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Tag Archives: Speech
I gave you the hour to work on drafting/outlining YOUR last lecture for Monday. We will begin in a randomized order. Be ready. An outline/draft must be uploaded to turnitin.com by Sunday night at 11:59 p.m..
After you finish your thank you notes, you have the rest of the hour to work on your speeches and to vote for the movie you would like to watch after speeches next week. Put 1 tally for your 1st, … Continue reading
We finished our speeches today before watching the last 10 minutes of A Raisin in the Sun. Afterwards, you got working on your final exam review. We will begin reviewing Catcher in the Rye tomorrow, Julius Caesar on Monday, and … Continue reading
We gave our Raisin speeches today. We will need to finish tomorrow before beginning to review for our exam a week from today. These speeches are the last item in the gradebook before exams. Good luck! 🙂
You had the day with the sub to work individually or in small groups to transfer your impromptu’s main points by paragraph to note cards. You will only be able to use note cards at the podium while I will … Continue reading
We wrapped up our speeches today. Well done! Afterwards, we watched a bit more of the film A Raisin in the Sun. We will begin reviewing tomorrow.
Great job with your speeches today. We will pick up with them tomorrow and watch a bit more of the film if we have time.
We first finished the symbol work in sixth hour from yesterday, and I then gave you time to work on preparing your speech for tomorrow. You can only have notecards at the podium, and I will have the typed/drafted versions … Continue reading
We first debriefed what happened in Act III via the reading guide from Friday, and then while you were working on filling out this plot diagram/symbol worksheet, I checked in the reading guide from Act III for completion. Third and … Continue reading