1. What past experiences have you already had in public speaking? (Giving speeches, presentations, etc.)

2. There’s an ELA standard that says: “Present claims and findings, emphasizing salient points in a focused, coherent manner with pertinent descriptions, facts, details, and examples…”(SL.6-7-8.4). What things do good speakers do to accomplish that?

3. The second half of that standard says: “…use appropriate eye contact, adequate volume, and clear pronunciation.”

a. How exactly should you do that? (What does that mean?)

b. Does all of that really matter? Explain.

4. Does your negativity or positivity matter while speaking, either in a speech or just a conversation? Explain.

5. Do your voice and body language REALLY matter, or do people exaggerate the importance of this? Explain.

6. Does your structure (order of ideas) matter, or do you just need to make sure you say everything that you want? Explain.

7. Who are some public speakers you admire? Why? Choose at least two and explain.

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3. a: Making eye contact with the people you’re speaking or presenting help to make you seem more confident, as does adequate volume and clear pronunciation (those last two also help people to follow along better, and show them that you know what you’re talking about)
b: This does matter, because without confidence the people listening and/or watching 1) won’t believe you genuinely care 2) won’t be interested in what you have to say and 3) might not be able to even understand what you’re saying

4. Negativity and positivity help persuade people to or away from something, so yes, it does matter. Seeming to negative could push people from wanting to interact with you more, trying to be positive helps to keep people interested and involved.

5. Those both matter very much. Depending on the circumstances your voice and body language can make or break a situation. Aggressive body language makes people want to leave, shy body language makes people uninterested, but upbeat and confident body language and speaking helps pull people in.

6. The order of what you’re speaking on does in fact matter. If you get out of order and just speak as things come to your mind, you’ll seem incredibly uninterested in what your speaking about or even confused on the topic, you seeming uninterested or confused will make your audience uninterested or confused.


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