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1 Note: These slides are mostly image free. I bought the images you saw and do not have the right to give them to others. (Today’s lesson: copyright rules! We don’t teach that but we should.) For a class presentation, just go to Google and download images. Type in “gestures”—select “images”—select high resolution, for example.

2 Two fish…

3 Water & Insanity What I will share today: a practical framework for teaching effective oral communication

4 Goals: To transform the way you think about oral communication To share ideas for updating current speaking activities

5 100% Of your lessons that depend on… Of life’s important communication Of what you do will be better if…

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7 zero books in NCTE catalog teacher prep/workshops confidence you have that you can teach speaking

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10 Speaking…

11 Digital Speaking…

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14 Speaking and Listening: Flexible communication and collaboration Including but not limited to skills necessary for formal presentations, the Speaking and Listening standards require students to develop a range of broadly useful oral communication and interpersonal skills. Students must learn to work together, express and listen carefully to ideas, integrate information from oral, visual, quantitative, and media sources, evaluate what they hear, use media and visual displays strategically to help achieve communicative purposes, and adapt speech to context and task.

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18 New tools showcase speaking… Webinars Podcasts Video Skype Digital stories…

19 but students don’t speak well. Blame technology: they text, tweet, Facebook Blame us: we don’t specifically teach speaking

20 Making kids talk as an afterthought in some other unit is not the same as teaching speaking.

21 Assigning ≠ Teaching Assigning ≠ Teaching

22 War against ISIS is a good Idea. It will keep America safe. There are bad people there. We need to stop them. My dad says that they have a bad religion, too. We are making the world safe.

23 three diferent groups are fiting for control in the MidEast the sunnis the shiites and the curds. For 1300 years they have been killing each other we need to stayin iraq to stop them from fiting and destaybleizing the entire region, not doing so would open the door to violint movemints And terreris organazations

24 Multiple-trait writing Content Organization Voice Sentence structure Word choice Mechanics

25 Students listen and speak in your class.

26 It is up to you to teach students how to do those well.

27 That is not the same as commenting after the fact.

28 What are the pieces of effective speaking?

29 elocution articulation enunciation clearly slowly volume loudly pitch tone eye contact posture poise stand up straight hold head up body language body movement gestures expression projection presence enthusiasm inflection look at audience fluid expression rhythm intonation vocal modulation stance

30 Necessary Doable Sufficient Understandable

31 Two distinct parts Building a speech Performing a speech

32 Audience Content Organization Visual aids Appearance

33 Who? What?

34 Important information Interesting information

35 Connectors Clarifiers No verbal viruses

36 Basic speech plan

37 Grabber opening Signposts Powerful closing

38 Relevant Accessible Important Designed, not decorated

39 Convey the appropriate image

40 Audience Content Organization Visual aids Appearance

41 Poise Voice Life Eye contact Gestures Speed

42 Poise Calm & confident No shuffling, rocking, fidgeting Nervous smile That one thing you do

43 Voice Every word heard

44 Life Feeling Emotion Passion

45 Eye Contact

46 Gestures Hands Face Body

47 Speed Too fast? Fast & slow Pause

48 Poise Voice Life Eye contact Gestures Speed

49 Mini lessons:

50 Tell us about a great vacation spot.

51 Tell us what your favorite activity is. Why is it your favorite?

52 What is your favorite restaurant? Why?

53 Life Feeling Emotion Passion

54 I don ’ t think you ’ re dumb.

55 Tropical forests cover just 7% of the world ’ s surface, but these forests contain more than half of the world ’ s living species. A sad fact is that these forests are being destroyed. Each year, 40 million acres--about the size of the state of Washington--disappear, along with the plants and animals that live there.

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57 The dog was real little. He hardly came up to my knee. But he opened his mouth real wide, jumped up, and bit me on the hand! I looked at my hand and there were tooth marks.

58 It was a crazy play. I was on 2nd base and my teammate was batting. He hit a ball to left field. I was running around third, the ball was coming in from the outfield, the catcher was blocking the plate, there was a big crash, we looked at the umpire, but she just stood there. We waited. And waited. And waited. And finally the ump said, “OUT!”

59 Evaluating Speaking

60 Articulation Volume Projection Enunciation Word choice Eye contact Body movement Presence Grammar PD 360

61 Articulation Volume Projection Enunciation Word choice Eye contact Body movement Presence Grammar PD 360

62 Nonverbal skills eye contact body language “movements seem fluid…” poise Verbal skills enthusiasm elocution Content subject knowledge organization mechanics “no misspellings…” ReadWriteThink

63 Voice enthusiasm confidence interesting Conventions volume look at audience appropriate rate enunciate Organization story structure audience Word choice Ideas and content Heinemann

64 SBAC scoring guide

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67 Mistake made by Plymouth North and South High Schools? Haphazardness.

68 Commas, semi-colons, etc. Proper paper markage Squiggles and dots used correctly

69 Proper use of large letters Correct upper-casing Cases appropriately used

70 Hold head up Calm demeanor Good stance and posture

71 Speak loudly Projection Good volume

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74 “engages the audience with charisma”

75 The answer? Use the framework.

76 Give equal weight to building and performing. (Consider giving more weight to performing.)

77 The audience must be involved in evaluating.

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79 Go to pvlegs.com

80 Taylor Mali

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