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适合年龄:5-10年级
开课日期:7/20/2020

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公开演讲和辩论101/102课程教学大纲

June – July 2020

指导信息

Marc Pollack has extensive experience debating in high school and college, both in American and British Parliamentary debate, and has spent several years coaching the UC Davis debate team. He has worked on both argumentative style and speaking style, helping students to build experience as public speakers and manage the anxieties that often accompany public speaking.

Course Time: P101: 3:30-4:30 PM PST, P102: 1:00-2:00 PM PST

基本信息

描述

Public speaking and debating beginning 101/102 course targets for middle school students who have limited experience and are seeking to grasp basic presentation and debating skills. This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of communication, both in general presentation terms and specific debate skills. Classes will begin with small presentations on the last week’s homework, with the bulk of the session revolving around brief presentations on general skills, as well as practicums during each lesson.

课程资料

所需材料

  • Computer with keyboard for Lesson Communication via Zoom
  • Accessible Google Drive
  • Google Docs and Slides
  • PDF viewer
  • Other as needed

课程主题

US history and current events with a focus on general international relations and political theory. Topics will be set in advance with occasional readings for clarification or preparation.

基本规则

I try to use Zoom as if it were a classroom, and so I expect everyone to treat it that way. Debate is very interactive, and to improve on those interactions, please keep your camera on whenever possible. Also, respect the voices of your classmates, and mute your microphone when you aren’t speaking. Background noise can be distracting. If you have a question, you can physically raise your hand, push the “Raise Hand” button in Zoom, or put out a message in the chat and wait for a response. Finally, I will often send out a worksheet and/or homework ahead of each week. I expect that everyone will do the work as assigned. I am not expecting that everyone does it perfectly (you won’t be graded on accuracy), but I want you to do these to the best of your ability. It’s training for you, and helpful for me to see how much of the lessons you understood.

课程安排

  • Week 1
    • Introduction to Basic Argumentation and Organization
    • Introduction to the course. Skills assessment for students to document skills. Provide examples of argument and speech structures, both for building an argument and for rebutting an opposing argument.
  • Week 2
    • Supporting an Argument: Evidence and Reasoning
    • Breakdown of when to use evidence in speeches vs. when to learn about the general theories that support those examples and arguments. This will also involve a general breakdown of some common theories.
  • Week 3
    • Finding and Screening Through Evidence
    • Introduction to some research tools and tricks. We will run some drills with research and work on brainstorming for research purposes.
  • Week 4
    • Bias, Credibility and Reliability
    • Understanding what makes your evidence more, or less, effective. Presenting what standards we use to evaluate evidence and know what to use in our speeches.
  • Week 5
    • Impacts
    • Discuss what connects arguments to real world outcomes, known as impacts. There are many different types of impacts, and we will discuss both likelihood and gravity of impacts to determine what makes them more important.
  • Week 6
    • Audience
    • Connecting with an audience requires both good, logical support and a strong emotional pull. This session will cover what elements of a speech reach a broad audience best, and how to deal with specific problems certain audiences present.
  • Week 7
    • Debate Formats
    • Breakdown of different formats of debate for students with an eye to both practical application in day to day conversation and for competitive success. This will largely be focused on structure, breaking down what makes each style different and showing examples.
  • Week 8
    • Practice Speeches
    • You will present practice speeches on topics of your choice. This will bring together all you have learned from previous sessions, and provide an opportunity to receive feedback (both from your instructor and classmates).
  • Week 9
    • Argumentative Speaking and Informative Speaking
    • We will take a step back from how to structure a speech and focus on the broader elements that are required for a good debate: both informative and persuasive speaking. We will discuss the differences and how they work together to form a good speech.
  • Week 10
    • Debating Tactics: Flowing, Asking Questions
    • This week will begin our focus on specific tactics used to win a debate. Up to now, we have focused on single speeches and responses. This will focus on the debate as a whole, examining how we keep up with the arguments presented and how we make ourselves relevant even when our opponents are speaking.
  • Week 11
    • Debating Tactics: Summarizing, Getting the Vote
    • The end of a debate can be incredibly tricky to manage. Here, we will focus on how to clarify what happened in the debate, weigh the arguments against one another, and explain why the outcome should be in your favor.
  • Week 12
    • Week 12 will work to put all the information from the previous weeks into practice with a tournament style debate. All students will participate in the debate and provide feedback to one another.

公开演讲和辩论202课程教学大纲

June – July 2020

指导信息

Marc Pollack has extensive experience debating in high school and college, both in American and British Parliamentary debate, and has spent several years coaching the UC Davis debate team. He has worked on both argumentative style and speaking style, helping students to build experience as public speakers and manage the anxieties that often accompany public speaking.

Course Time: P101: 3:30-4:30 PM PST, P102: 1:00-2:00 PM PST

基本信息

描述

Public speaking and debating intermediate 202 course targets for middle school students who have gained some experience in presentation and debating skills. This course is designed to improve on the fundamentals of communication students have developed, both in general presentation terms and specific debate skills. Classes will begin with small presentations on the last week’s homework, with the bulk of the session revolving around brief presentations on general skills, as well as practicums during each lesson.

课程资料

所需材料

  • Computer with keyboard for Lesson Communication via Zoom
  • Accessible Google Drive
  • Google Docs and Slides
  • PDF viewer
  • Other as needed

课程主题

US history and current events with a focus on general international relations and political theory. Topics will be set in advance with occasional readings for clarification or preparation.

基本规则

I try to use Zoom as if it were a classroom, and so I expect everyone to treat it that way. Debate is very interactive, and to improve on those interactions, please keep your camera on whenever possible. Also, respect the voices of your classmates, and mute your microphone when you aren’t speaking. Background noise can be distracting. If you have a question, you can physically raise your hand, push the “Raise Hand” button in Zoom, or put out a message in the chat and wait for a response. Finally, I will often send out a worksheet and/or homework ahead of each week. I expect that everyone will do the work as assigned. I am not expecting that everyone does it perfectly (you won’t be graded on accuracy), but I want you to do these to the best of your ability. It’s training for you, and helpful for me to see how much of the lessons you understood.

课程安排

  • Week 1
    • Introduction to Topic Analysis
    • Introduction to the course. Breaking down topics to focus on the key issues involved in each debate. Discussion of definitions, scope of a topic, and the values involved.
  • Week 2
    • Argumentation and Organization, Pt. 1
    • Watch and discuss a debate to understand how arguments are structured. Discuss the different kinds of structure used in the debate and their effectiveness.
  • Week 3
    • Argumentation and Organization, Pt. 2
    • Use both the topic analysis learned in Week 1 and the lessons learned from Week 2 to craft and deliver arguments based on a new topic.
  • Week 4
    • Working in Teams, Prep
    • Discuss a new topic that places students in specific roles. Students will discuss different arguments that could be used in the debate, and work with partners to provide a more effective set of points.
  • Week 5
    • Working in Teams, Debate
    • Practice debate using the preparations done in Week 4. Students will provide and receive feedback.
  • Week 6
    • Debate Strategy, Pt. 1: Evidence
    • Breakdown of when to use evidence in speeches vs. when to learn about the general theories that support those examples and arguments, including common theories. Application of evidence to different debate types.
  • Week 7
    • Debate Strategy, Pt. 2: Building Impacts
    • Discuss what connects arguments to real world outcomes, known as impacts. Discussion of how to make impacts stand out, and improve on weaker/more unclear impacts.
  • Week 8
    • Debate Strategy, Pt. 3: Connecting with the Audience
    • Connecting with an audience requires both good, logical support and a strong emotional pull. This session will cover what elements of a speech reach a broad audience best, and how to deal with specific problems certain audiences present.
  • Week 9
    • Debate Strategy, Pt. 4: Questions/Comments
    • Almost every style of debate gives students opportunities to ask questions. These can be used to improve the strength of one side’s argument if used correctly. We will discuss how to present effective questions, and what you should be thinking on as your opponent speaks. We will also be discussing how to take good notes to improve questions.
  • Week 10
    • Debating Strategy, Pt. 5: Finishing Strong, Analysis
    • The end of a debate can be incredibly tricky to manage. Here, we will focus on how to clarify what happened in the debate, weigh the arguments against one another, and explain why the outcome should be in your favor.
  • Week 11
    • Debating Strategy, Pt. 6: Finishing Strong, Practice
    • Practicing what we learned in Weeks 9 and 10, we will do several rounds of debate and cap off the debate with strong analysis.
  • Week 12
    • Week 12 will work to put all the information from the previous weeks into practice with a tournament style debate. All students will participate in the debate and provide feedback to one another.

其他信息

适合年级

10年级, 5年级, 6年级, 7年级, 8年级, 9年级

教学语言

英文教学

课程日期

零基础班第一期一班(6/8-7/10), 零基础班第一期二班(6/8-7/10), 零基础班第二期一班(7/13-8/14), 零基础班第二期二班(7/13-8/14), 初级班第一期(6/8-7/10), 初级班第二期二班(7/13-8/14), 初级班第二期一班(7/13-8/14), 中级班第一期(6/8-7/10), 中级班第二期(7/13-8/14), 高级班第一期(6/8-7/10), 高级班第二期(7/13-8/14)

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    by standofjewel (verified owner)

    Nice class for my daughter,improve her debating a lot~

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  1. 2020年7月8日

    我的兩個小孩一個上九年級,一個上六年級,平常上課有學過一點演講課,他們應該報名哪個程度七月初的課?

    您好, 我们的公共演讲课非常适合6年级的学生,教练非常有经验,多年演讲课教学, 目前做重要政客的私人顾问。

    九年级的学生如果有一年以上的正式训练可以报高级辩论班,如果有基础但是少于一年可以报中级辩论班

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