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Kids of all ages have something to say. Match their problem-solving, research, writing, and public speaking skills to their reading levels. Get an early start towards self-expression, abstract thinking, and overall academic excellence.
Write and present facts with an informative speech. Establish an argument with a persuasive speech. Research facts to confirm their initial impressions.
Week 1: Self-Introduction; State Your Name, Age, and a Key Fact
Week 2: Introduction to Speeches; Create an Introduction with an Informative Topic
Week 3: Research with Kid Reading Databases and Search Engines; Find Information with the Resources, Complete the Body with References, Finish with a Conclusion
Week 4: Voice Projection and Opinions; Perfect the Speech with Your Voice, Visual Aids, and Eye Contact, Give a Persuasive Topic and Introduction
Week 5: Clear Voices and Paragraphs; Work on the Statements with Resources
Week 6: Check Your Work; Make Sure that You Follow the Outline with Good Subpoints, Sentences, and Paragraphs
Week 7: Memorize and Practice; Ask Questions, See How You Can Help Your Presentation
Week 8: Impromptu with Quotations for Kids; Read and Provide Examples for the Quotes
As students approach their secondary education and beyond, public speaking and writing skills are critical. You want to speak in front of others and express yourself. It is important to be able to articulate your thoughts. With proper preparation, understanding of speechwriting, research strategies, and speaking techniques, you will gain greater confidence. During this session, you will learn about the informative and persuasive speeches.
The students will determine speech topics, research, create speeches, and present those speeches to an audience of their peers. Throughout the course, they will receive constant feedback to improve their speaking and writing style.
Week 1: Self-Introduction; Identify Important Facts and Details
Week 2: Introduction to the Informative Speech; Provide an Informative Topic, Subpoints, and Initial Research
Week 3: Research and Transitions; Research in Greater Detail and Review the Outline
Week 4: Voice Projection and Persuasive Topic; Perfect the Speech with Writing and Speaking Style
Week 5: Clarity with Voice and Message and Persuasive Introduction; Develop a Persuasive Topic and Introduction, Present a Clear Message and Opinion
Week 6: Memorization, Analysis, and Practice; Recall Key Facts and Data
Week 7: Think Positively and Relay a Message; Increase Natural Speech Patterns for Credibility
Week 8: Quotations and Impromptu; Prepare a Short Speech Based on a Quote
Students are putting their abilities to the test. They are able to include public speaking endeavors in their projects and research activities. In turn, there is a possibility that these assignments could be replicated in their coursework, conferences, and/or competitions.
The students will emphasize cross-curricular learning and speeches. Specifically, we will acquire greater knowledge of speaking events, such as expository, commentary, after-dinner, humorous, and informative speaking. In addition, there will be research, posters, and project learning.
Week 1: Innovations, Instructions, and Ideas, Descriptions; New Technology and Techniques, Intro – Decide on an Innovation with 2-3 Points
Week 2: Expository Speaking, Effective Communication Styles; Provide the Speech with 2-3 Points as well as 2-3
Week 3: Speeches throughout the Disciplines, Science, Social Sciences, and Linguistics; Determine the Type of Poster and Presentation, Consider a Topic and Initial Research
Week 4: Research and Discover with Methodology, Answer Self-Designed & Interview Questions; Recall the Scientific Method & Follow the Plans for the Project + Answer Questions
Week 5: Facts and Information, Command, Inform, and Entertain an Audience; Develop and Confirm the Visuals with PPTs and Poster as well as the Full Speech
Week 6: Commentary, Entertainment, and Humor, Tell Stories and Engage the Audience; Introduce a Piece of Information with a Humorous or Entertaining Tidbit
Week 7: Experiences and Moments, Determine Key Details and Memorable Events; Center the Speech around a Person and/or Theme + Practice
Week 8: Community Involvement, Virtual Tours; Present the Important Speeches
The students will utilize their public speaking strategies and expand on their ideas. Extension, argumentation, mass appeal, and individualism will be discussed.
The students will design speeches that speak to a larger audience. Also, they will use their creativity to reach others.
Week 1: Focus and common themes – introductions for a historical figure, athlete, and/or accomplished person
Week 2: Cooperation with group presentations – compliment and create for both the public announcer and main speaker
Week 3: Argumentation with the use of scientific facts and/or statistical data
Week 4: Recognition and authority – evidence speaks volumes
Week 5: Lighthearted moments with highlights and talents – dramatization and facts within a speech
Week 6: Planned pauses and written anecdotes – soundbites throughout the speech
Week 7: Larger audiences with recognition and graduation speeches – describe philosophies, wonders, journeys, and/or quotes
Week 8: Connections with keynote speakers – comment and reflect on favorite speeches by you and others
- 家长们协助孩子安装上课软件 Zoom，协助孩子调试设备，方便进行线上学习。
- 上课前请家长确认电脑或 iPad 的充电状态，以防临时没电。
- 上课时学生 Zoom 镜头必须打开，让老师能看到学生。
- Zoom 的名字必须是报名上课孩子的名字，课堂只限已报名学生，否则老师将会要求离开课室进行调整。
- 让孩子熟悉使用 Zoom 的静音，Chat，和举手的功能。
- 请家长监督孩子完成作业，按时在 Google Classroom 里提交给老师。
上课前 48 小时会通过电子邮件发送 Google Classroom 链接，Zoom 链接会在 Google Classroom 里的 Class Information 中查看。不熟悉 Google Classroom 使用方法的家长请观看视频教程学习。
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