Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7

Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
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This lesson plan is the seventh in a series of ninety-six Speaking and Listening lessons designed to teach lower-grade-level students (kindergarten and above) all about Public Speaking. This lesson teaches learners that public speaking is essentially a conversation with the audience, and that by creating a sense of back and forth dialogue, a speaker can help his or her audience feel relaxed, comfortable and engaged. Students practice making speeches as conversational as possible by asking questions, imagining they are conversing with friends or family, and using conversational pronouns such as “you,” “us” and “we.”
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Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7
Teaching Public Speaking to Young Children: First Year - Lesson 7