These speech analysis worksheets are ready-to-go for an online classroom, and they are an excellent modern and engaging activity to have students take ownership of their learning and dig deeper and closely read a speech.
The questions and tasks on these graphic organizers correlate directly with not only CCSS anchor standards, but also with higher-level thinking analysis skills on topics such as theme, mood, structure, tone, background, and more. They enable you to scaffold the speech reading process and take students step by step deeper into the text. The sheets can be used in isolation, or you could use several for one speech depending on what your needs are! The best thing about speech worksheets such as these is that they work with any speech you have for any level of secondary students.
You can have these graphic organizers ready and assign them to your students' Google Drive with just a moment's notice to conduct an amazingly in-depth lesson of your favorite or required speech! Your students will love that they are beautifully designed and online. You will love that your students are engaged successfully in discussing texts. Your admin will love that students are thinking critically and meeting standards.
The images, questions, and boxes are fixed in Google Slides, but they are made ready for students to type their answers right on the page!
Take a look at my additional speech resources:
Rhetorical Appeals Speech Exemplars Task Cards
Patrick Henry Teaching Pack
Malala Speech Teaching Pack
MLK,Jr and To Kill a Mockingbird Speeches Teaching Pack and Prompt
Gun Control Speeches Prompt Pack
Speech Analysis Task Cards
Women's History Speeches Teaching Pack
Get other online e-worksheets for Google, too!:
Poetry Analysis e-worksheets
Movie Analysis e-worksheets
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