Students will love giving this speech! This product includes a complete lesson plan with example speech outline- everything you need to prepare students for giving a pet peeve speech!
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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