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A Speech to the Haters
1. Quickly go to your seat. 2. Get out a sheet of paper & pencil. 3. Write down the following: If you could write a speech to your “haters” (those who talk bad about who you are), what would the following details be? A) What about you would they “hate” on? B) Who would these haters be? C) What thing(s) would you say to them? (this can be a bullet-pointed list) Bell Work – 5 mins.
Students will compose & (potentially) present a speech tailored to a directed audience. Standard : Convey a clear and distinct perspective, such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning – style is appropriate to purpose and audience Target:
We will watch the summative speech Olive Penderghast gives to her haters at the end of “Easy A.” We will then compare Olive’s story to Hester’s “haters.” You will then turn your bullet list into a sincere speech to your “haters.” SOME will present these speeches at the end of class. Agenda
We’ll watch a speech to the haters now. As we watch, write down 3 things Olive says to her haters. Easy A
What things did Olive say to her haters? Who were Hester’s haters? How did they hate? What did they learn about her by the end of the novel? Written & a Comparison
During the next 8 minutes you will quickly write a speech directed to your “haters.” It must be sincere, and it must be appropriate. Some of you will come to the podium and present your speeches. Think now if you don’t mind being one of those. Your Turn – 8 minutes