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Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!

Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!
Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!
Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!
Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!
Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!
Public Speaking Curriculum Bundle- Complete Unit!
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30% savings! Eleven lessons for the price of eight!

The following ELEVEN public speaking lessons are included with this product: Listening Skills, Voice and Gestures, Stage Fright, Public Speaking Vocabulary, Introduction to Speech Writing, Sales Speech, Speech of Introduction, Award Speech, Pet Peeve Speech, Storybook Speech, and 200 Inspirational Quotes.

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1. Listening Skills- Graphic Organizer, Listening Survey, Activity, and Assessment
Graphic Organizer- Verbal and Nonverbal Signals: Students are taught the difference between verbal and nonverbal signals and how noticing those signals can help with their listening skills. The double bubble map includes four verbal signals and four nonverbal signals. A completed map is provided for use as a teacher's guide.
Two Pages

Listening Skills Survey: The survey gives students a chance to take a look at their strengths and weaknesses when it comes to listening. After taking the survey, the students complete a short reflection in which they determine steps they can take to improve their listening skills.
One Page

Listening Skills Activity: The listening skills activity is composed of two passages to be read aloud to the class. After listening to each passage, students answer questions based on the reading.
One Page

Listening Skills Assessment: The listening skills assessment is set up just like the listening activity. Students will listen to two passages read aloud and answer questions after each passage. Ideally, after completing the unit activities and assessment, it will be clear as to which students need additional support in building their listening skills.
One Page

2. Public Speaking: Voice and Gestures- Practice, Text, and Activities!
Voice Practice: Students learn about the effective use of voice by completing two practice activities. Each activity requires students to correctly match their voice to a corresponding situation and comment. The activities can be completed as a class or with partners.
One Page

Voice Activity: The public speaking voice activity contains 26 situations and comments to be completed as a class. Each student will randomly draw a situation and comment to be read to the class in an appropriate voice.
Two Pages

Gestures Informational Text: The text is one page in length and covers everything students need to know about the effective use of gestures.
One Page

Gestures Comprehension Questions and Practice: Students answer five comprehension questions based on the gestures text. The questions are set up to ensure student understanding. The gestures practice activity can be completed as a class or with partners.
One Page

3. Stage Fright Handout and Questions
Stage Fright Handout and Questions: This handout defines stage fright and provides methods for controlling the nervous energy often felt before a performance. Students will also learn the benefits of stage fright and answer questions based on the article to ensure understanding.
One Page

4. Public Speaking Vocabulary- A Complete Unit
Master List of Public Speaking Terms: The master list of public speaking terms includes all forty words and definitions in alphabetical order.
One Page

Divided Circle Maps: A divided circle map is provided for students to define each new public speaking word. The divided circle map has four spaces for students to fill in: definition, synonym, sentence, and picture.
Eight Pages

Word Scramble and Answer Key: All forty words have been scrambled for students to figure out. For additional practice, students add the definition to each unscrambled word. An answer key is provided for easy grading or use with a substitute.
Six Pages

Assessment and Answer Key: An assessment covering all forty public speaking terms is included. The assessment is broken down into four parts: matching, multiple choice, true or false, and fill in the blank. An answer key is provided for easy grading or use with a substitute.
Eight Pages

5. Introduction to Speech Writing- Text, Outline, and Practice
An Introduction to Speech Writing Handout: The handout clearly explains the components of an introduction, body, and conclusion of a speech.
One Page

Speech Writing Outline: The outline template assists students in correctly organizing the introduction, body, and conclusion of their speech.
One Page

Speech Writing Practice: A list of informative speech topics is provided for students to practice outlining a complete speech.
One Page

6. Sales Speech- Students sell a product to the class!
Sales Speech Vocabulary: The vocabulary terms include 14 words that relate to the sale and marketing of a product. A worksheet listing each word is included for students to write the definition. A master list of words and definitions is also included for teacher use.
Two Pages

Vocabulary X-Word Puzzle: A x-word puzzle is included for students to practice using the sales and marketing terms. An answer key is provided for easy grading or use with a substitute teacher.
Two Pages

Vocabulary Assessment: The vocabulary assessment includes matching and multiple choice questions to ensure student mastery of the vocabulary terms. An answer key is provided for the assessment to make grading easier.
Two Pages

Sales Speech Introduction: Students brainstorm possible products they could sell to the class by completing a bubble map. After completing the brainstorming activity, students answer thought provoking questions for three of the products from their bubble map. The goal of the introductory activity is for students to select the best possible product for them to sell to the class.
One Page

Sales Speech Survey: After selecting the product they will sell to the class, students complete a product survey. The survey contains five product related questions with space for three people to be interviewed.
One Page

Commercial Analysis: The commercial analysis gives students a chance to analyze real world marketing techniques. The goal is for students to view a television commercial and answer questions that will help guide them in preparing for their sales speech.
One Page

Tree Map: The tree map outlines the purpose and highlights key points for giving a sales speech. Two copies of the tree map template are provided- a completed map for the teacher and a blank template for the students.
Two Pages

Sales Speech Outline: The sales speech outline gives students a framework for writing their speech. The introduction, body, and conclusion of the speech are broken down to incorporate everything students need to give a successful sales speech.
One Page

Sales Speech Rubrics: The rubrics provided cover general and specific criteria related to giving a sales speech. The rubrics provide students with clear expectations for preparing and giving their speech.
One Page

7. Speech of Introduction- Practice speaking from notecards- Student Introductions
Speech of Introduction Prompt and Guidelines: The speech prompt explains the purpose of a speech of introduction. After reading through the prompt, students are provided guidelines that outline the speech writing process.
One Page

Speech of Introduction Student Interview: Students interview a partner in order to gain information for their speech of introduction. The questions are set up for easy transfer to notecards when it's time for students to write their speeches.
One Page

Speech of Introduction Notecard Outline: Since this speech is designed to give students practice speaking from notecards, the outline provides students with exactly what they need to include on each card.
One Page

Speech of Introduction Rubric: The rubric provided covers general and specific criteria related to presenting a speech of introduction. The rubric provides students with clear expectations for preparing and giving their speech.
One Page

8. Award Speech- Presenting and receiving an award
Award Speech Prompt and Guidelines: The speech prompt introduces students to the concepts of presenting and receiving an award. After reading through the prompt, students are provided guidelines that outline the speech process.
One Page

Award Speech Outline: An introduction, body, and conclusion outline is provided for students to follow as they write their award speeches. Key tips for both types of speeches are also included.
One Page

Award Speech Rubric: The rubric provided covers general and specific criteria related to presenting and/or receiving an award. The rubric provides students with clear expectations for preparing and giving their speech.
One Page

Award Certificate: An original award certificate is provided for the presenter to fill out and give to the recipient during the speech.
One Page

9. Pet Peeve Speech- Complete lesson plan with example speech outline!
Speech Prompt and Guidelines: The prompt page clearly defines the meaning of a pet peeve. Several examples of pet peeves are given to ensure student understanding. In addition to the prompt, the speech guidelines provide students with a clear step-by-step list for completing their pet peeve speech.
One Page

Pet Peeve Brainstorm: The pet peeve brainstorm can be completed individually or a class. Students fill in a bubble map with 14 examples of pet peeves.
One Page

Pet Peeve Speech Outlines: Two speech outlines are provided to help students with the speech writing process. One outline is a template for students to follow when writing their speeches. The other outline provides students with an example of a completed pet peeve speech.
One Page

Pet Peeve Speech Rubrics: The rubrics provided cover general and specific criteria related to giving a pet peeve speech. The rubrics provide students with clear expectations for preparing and giving their speech.
One Page

10. Storybook Speech- Oral interpretation of a children's book
Storybook Speech Prompt and Guidelines: The speech prompt introduces students to the concept of oral interpretation. After reading through the prompt, students are provided guidelines that outline the entire speech process.
One Page

Storybook Speech Vocabulary: The vocabulary terms include 14 words that relate to oral interpretation. A worksheet listing each word is included for students to write the definition. A master list of words and definitions is also included for teacher use.
Two Pages

Vocabulary X-Word Puzzle: A x-word puzzle is included for students to practice using the oral interpretation terms. An answer key is provided for easy grading or use with a substitute teacher.
Two Pages

Vocabulary Assessment: The vocabulary assessment includes matching and multiple choice questions to ensure student mastery of the vocabulary terms. An answer key is provided for the assessment to make grading easier.
Two Pages

Book Analysis: Students complete a book analysis to ensure understanding of the book they have chosen before attempting to read it in front of the class. The book analysis requires students to identify major literary concepts including a plot summary.
One Page

Storybook Speech Rubric: The rubric provided covers general and specific criteria related to presenting an oral interpretation. The rubric provides students with clear expectations for preparing and giving their speech.
One Page

11. 200 Inspirational Quotes- Quote of the Day, Bell Ringers, Journal Prompts, etc.
A years worth of thought provoking quotes! Save yourself time!

This PowerPoint presentation contains 200 different inspirational quotes. The quotes are written in different fonts on different color backgrounds. They can be projected or printed dependent on need.

Ideas for using the slides are endless!
-Quote of the Day
-Bell Ringers
-Journal Prompts
-Class Discussions

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