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Jenna McWilliams
Jenna McWilliams
(Bloomington - United States)

I studied creative writing and published some poems. Then I decided to  get all up in education's grill. I'm currently a doctoral student in the Learning Sciences program at Indiana  University.
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Public Speaking

Gr. 9-12 Public Speaking 2010 - 2011

The following CAP will be for Public Speaking I and is aimed at helping beginners to speak publicly, primarily focusing on overcoming fears associated with public speech. Lessons will include ice-breakers, mini-speeches, different forms of speech and the development/creation of speeches. The goal is to have students confidently give speeches by doing research, practicing, and preparing. This CAP is designed for the ninth to eleventh grades in the secondary school for an elective course. The unit is designed to meet the needs of the Honors, Regents and Regents Support student. Additionally, the lessons in the unit incorporate the NYS Learning Standards:

  1. Language for information and understanding
2. Language for literary response 3. Language for critical analysis and evaluation 4. Language for social interaction

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Expressive Speaking

This activity gives examples for expressive speaking skills.

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Speaking III

This course provides students with the range of activities which will help them communicate effectively and confidently in basic speaking skills for academic purposes.

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Giving a Speech (SMART-created)

Practice giving a speech and discuss tips for giving a speech.

To download Notebook interactive viewer visit www.education.smarttech.com/nbiv

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Speech Writing Outline

An outline for writing speeches. It includes a handout and a poster. This resource uses a format presented on a university website. Here is the website where the original format was found http://www.nsknet.or.jp/~peterr-s/public_speaking/detailoutline.html The documents I have created have changed this format in many ways but, this site contains many resources. If you need a rubric for this lesson you can find one at http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php

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