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Second graders identify parts of speech. In this grammar lesson, 2nd graders use a Smart Board to identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Students create a comic strip and include several parts of speech. Students present their comic strips to the class.
In this Helen Keller worksheet, students read a speech that was delivered by Helen Keller in 1925. Students answer 8 true and false comprehension questions.
Not really a resource for use in the classroom - this file is a PowerPoint presentation which gives information about Dyspraxia. It is a very interesting presentation because it shares many signs to look for in a person who may be suffering from this particular disability. Some excellent classroom strategies are provided for a teacher who has a student suffering from Dyspraxia.
Tenth graders present to the class an event or experience in which they participated. They use descriptive language to convey relevant information about the event through speech and visual aids. Pupils watch the evening news and analyze the stories to determine the best.
In this current events activity, students analyze a political cartoon about the freedom of speech and respond to three short answer questions
First graders pronounce the au phoneme. In this speech lesson plan targeting students with hearing loss, 1st graders participate in a matching game. Students match pictures and words that have the au sound.
Third graders research a threatened or endangered animal around the world. They work in small groups to prepare a detailed presentation for the entire class. Powerpoint, Internet research and educational software are all used in this lesson.
Students organize ways to present effective poster presentations. Students skill their posters by the majors they have chosen. Students engage in researching how to use their collaboration time in groups effectively.
In this organizing and presenting information worksheet, learners read a paragraph and examine a table before they respond to 10 short answer questions regarding the information.
Students consider the important characteristis of an effective oral presentation. Students participate in an activity to discover the essential elements of evaluation an audience, timeliness of the topic, and delivery of the speech. They write, deliver, and critique speeches.
Tenth graders participate in a lesson that is focused on the concept of writing persuasive speechs. They conduct research from a variety of sources in order to gather information to write well informed speeches.
High schoolers participate in an advanced level public speaking lesson. The focus of the lesson is give them the opportunity to adapt speech content and speaking style to various types of audiences. Students also incorporate visual aids and other presentation tools.
Eleventh graders research, write, and present a persuasive speech. First, they view a speech given by a popular speaker. Next, they discuss the speech and identify the major components in a persuasive speech. How to grade a speech is also discussed. They finish by researching and presenting their own persuasive speech.
Seventh graders write informational speeches on their favorite foods, sports, music, etc. The written speech should have a strong introduction, supporting detail, and a conclusion, and follow a specific structure, such as cause/effect, problem-solution, or compare-contrast.
Ninth graders consider issues in their school and/or community they would like to change, interview people in the school and/or community for background information and facts, research comparable situations from published sources and construct a persuasive paper expressing a position on the issue.
Students research, prepare, write, and give an oral presentation on a topic related to marketing given instruction and the proper tools. They also identify the skills needed to effectively create visual aids as an asset to their job and personal lives.
In this reported speech activity, students fill in the blanks to sentences, rewrite questions, rewrite commands, and more using words like say or tell. Students complete 4 activities total.
In this presentation worksheet, students fill out an graphic organizer in order to organize a presentation. Students complete 5 sections in the graphic organizer.
High schoolers are introduced to the rubric to guide them in an oral presentation. Individually, they use the internet and other sources to research a predetermined topic. They must prepare and use a visual aid when presenting and answer questions posed to them by their peers.
Students view and read portions of John F. Kennedy's Cuban Missile Crisis speech from October 22, 1962. Later in the year, students recall what they remember about the speech and use a Venn Diagram to compare it to Patrick Henry's "Liberty or Death" speech from March 22, 1775.