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True/False transition Fact/Opinion. “Trippingly on the tongue…” The True/False Speech Recap What was easy in the assignment? What was difficult? Keys.

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1 True/False transition Fact/Opinion

2 “Trippingly on the tongue…” The True/False Speech Recap What was easy in the assignment? What was difficult? Keys in choosing? The True/False Speech Recap What was easy in the assignment? What was difficult? Keys in choosing?

3 In groups Get one dictionary Find the definition for either Fact or Opinion Each group member reads the definition Individually record your thoughts on a basic version of each term Read definitions around the group Come to a consensus definition for each term Get one dictionary Find the definition for either Fact or Opinion Each group member reads the definition Individually record your thoughts on a basic version of each term Read definitions around the group Come to a consensus definition for each term

4 As a class Have your group definition for each term ready One group will read their definition Write this down near your definition As each group reads their definition the distinctive parts of the definition will be added to the class definition Have your group definition for each term ready One group will read their definition Write this down near your definition As each group reads their definition the distinctive parts of the definition will be added to the class definition

5 CriteriaExcellent 2 Competent 1 Basic Skill 0 Statements 2 True statements are present 1 False statement is present 1 True statement is present 1 False statement is present Some statements are present or only one statement is given Construction Identifiable fact and opinion are present in every statement 2 statement contain both fact and opinion One statement given contains both fact and opinion Speaking Conventions The speaker is easy to hear and understand Some words are difficult to understand The speaker can be heard at times with some intelligible words used Continuity The speech starts with the speaker’s name, proceeds to statements, and ends with a clear conclusion. Either the speaker’s name, or the conclusion, is omitted Multiple elements of the speech are missing

6 Back in your small groups Reviewing True/False Speeches - Review your basic statements Have the group give feedback on possible opinions Provide feedback for all group members Start to write your script If all group members have completed scripts use the remaining time for rehearsal Reviewing True/False Speeches - Review your basic statements Have the group give feedback on possible opinions Provide feedback for all group members Start to write your script If all group members have completed scripts use the remaining time for rehearsal


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