Students gain practice speaking from notecards while introducing a classmate to the rest of the class!
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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