How do you come up with a great

How do you come up with a great

How do you come up with a great speech from your essay? In this lesson, you will learn how to write a speech for your History Fair project by using what you have learned. LetsReview Review Lets Writing Process 1 Generate Ideas

2 Write Drafts 3 Revise and Edit Planning Planning will will make make all all the the difference difference

CoreReview Lesson Lets Speech format Introduction Hook your listeners' attention from the start. Tell an interesting story about the topic. Tell a personal story related to the topic. Share an attention-grabbing fact about the topic. Give a quote related to the topic. State your topic. Outline your three supporting details to explain your topic. Body This is the main part of your report and will take the most time. The body of the report is where you tell what you found out about your topic. It helps to make an outline of this part of the report so that you don't forget what you want to say.

Conclusion Finish briefly restating your main points. Ask yourself: What do I want my listeners to remember about this topic. CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Introduce yourself. Hook your listener. State your topic. 2 State what you learned/know about

your topic. 3 State your conclusion and recap your topic. LetsReview Review Lets This This is is interesting interesting An attention grabber makes your listener want

to hear more. A Civil War soldiers chance of surviving the war was about 1 in 4. My great-grandfather fought bravely in the Civil War. A Common Lets Review Mistake Stating simple facts not interesting facts. The Civil War was a war. The Civil War was the bloodiest war ever fought on American soil. In this lesson, you have learned how to start your History Fair speech by

introducing yourself, grabbing your audiences attention and stating your topic. Guided Practice Lets Review 1. Use the index card provided. 2. Introduce yourself. 3. Leave 6 lines blank (to add attention grabber). Go to bottom of card. 4. Write a complete sentence that states your topic. Extension Lets

Review Activities 1.Share with a partner your introduction so far. 2. Give ideas on how your partner can grab the audiences attention. 3. Return to your speech and add an attention grabber using the ideas you got from your partner. Now, you will learn how to transform your essay into a body for your speech by providing your compelling question and supporting it with a few details from your essay. CoreReview Lesson

Lets 1 2 3 Introduce yourself. Hook your listener. State your topic. State what you learned about your topic. State your conclusion and recap your topic statement. A Common Lets Review Mistake Having the same reasons but using different words

The Civil War was a war fought between the north and the South.The Union Army and Confederate Army fought in the war. It was a war that they fought against each other. CoreReview Lesson Lets 1a. Give your compelling question. Did anyone truly win the Civil War? CoreReview Lesson

Lets Give your thesis statement. 1b. No, a Civil War is still fought in many parts of our country today. CoreReview Lesson Lets 2 State your strongest supporting reasons for your thesis statement Today we still have fighting between people.

CoreReview Lesson Lets 3 Give details to support this argument. Explain what you mean. Today we have fighting between people. Gang violence is on the rise in many cities across the country. People are hurting and even killing each other because they do not agree. Senseless violence occurs ever day in America. CoreReview

Lesson Lets 4 Transition words Does my speech flow smoothly? In In addition addition However However Furthermore Furthermore

Also Also As As a a result result Therefore Therefore For For example example Similarly Similarly But But Yet Yet Consequently

Consequently Another Another For For instance instance CoreReview Lesson Lets 4 Adds some transitions. For example, today we have fighting between people. Furthermore, Gang violence is on the rise in many cities across the country.

Consequently, People are hurting and even killing each other because they do not agree. Senseless violence occurs ever day in America. In this lesson, you learned how to transform your essay into a body for your speech by providing your compelling question and supporting it with your strongest detail from your essay. LetsReview Review Lets Attention grabbers make listeners want to further hear what you have to say.

Do I feel anything when I think about this topic? Guided Practice Lets Review 1. Use the 2nd index card provided. 2. Skip lines to leave room for revisions later. 3. Write your compelling question and thesis statement. Guided Practice Lets Review

1. Use the 3rd index card provided. 2. Skip lines to leave room for revisions later. 3. Explain in detail your strongest argument. Extension Lets Review Activities 1.Share with a partner your supporting details. 2. Give ideas to how your partner can transition from one sentence to another. 3. Return to your speech and add transitions using the ideas you got from your partner. Now, you will learn how to expand your body by providing

additional information about your topic. CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Add who, what, when, where, why, and how. 2 Add causes and effects. CoreReview Lesson

Lets Who Who Where Where For For example, example, just just like like the the North North and and the the South South fought

fought in in the the Civil Civil War, War, today today we we have have fighting fighting between between Americans. Americans. people. people. Furthermore, Furthermore, Gang Gang violence violence is is on on

the the rise rise in in many many cities cities across across the the country. country. 86% 86% of of US US cities cities with with aa population population of of Cause Cause

100,000 now 100,000 or or more more report report gang gang activity. activity. People who who were were once once best best friends, friends, now When When People &

& Why Why are of are enemies enemies because because of the the gang gang they they belong belong to. to. In In the the Civil Civil War War of

of 1854-1865, 1854-1865, Effect Effect neighbors chose different sides. Best friends turned on each other. People neighbors chose different sides. Best friends turned on each other. People became became enemies

enemies just just because because they they had had different different opinions opinions about about how how our our country country should should be be governed. governed. Consequently, Consequently, just just like like in

in the the Civil Civil War, War, today today How How The people people are are hurting hurting and and even even killing killing each each other other because because they they do

do not not agree. agree. The 20th 20th century century was was one one of of the the most most violent violent periods periods in in human human history. history. An An

estimated191 estimated191 million million people people lost lost their their lives lives directly directly or or indirectly indirectly as as aa result result of of conflict, conflict, and and well well over over half

half of of them them were were civilians. civilians. Senseless Senseless violence violence occurs occurs every every day day in in America. America. In this lesson, you earned how to expand your body by providing additional information about your topic.

Guided Practice Lets Review 1. Add more details in the spaces that answer who, what, when, where, why and how. 2. Add cause and effect when possible 3. You may have to erase and rewrite to fit. You may need to add more index cards. Extension Lets Review Activities 1.Share your speech with a partner. 2. Give feedback on how your partners

speech is coming along. 3. Return to your speech and continue to revise and edit until it is the best it can be. How do you write a memorable conclusion ? In this lesson, you will learn how to conclude your speech by leaving your reader with a NIP CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 2

3 Introduce yourself. Hook your listener. State your topic. State what you learned about your topic. State your conclusion and recap your topic statement. A Common Lets Review Mistake Sometimes writers just end Hey what happened to the speech?

CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Re-read your thesis statement 2 Ask, How can I NIP my reader? 3 Write a statement using a NIP stem CoreReview Lesson

Lets 1 Use your thesis statement as a book marks Civil War is still fought today We can truly end the Civil War. CoreReview Lesson Lets 2 Ask, How can I NIP my reader?

N New Thinking I In our lives today P Plea CoreReview Lesson Lets 3

Write a statement using a NIP stem N-Its possible IP- Its possible that a war never truly ends. Conflict will always exist in America. CoreReview Lesson Lets 3 Write a statement using a NIP stem N-Imagine

I- If (then) P- If we can not find a way to resolve our disagreements peacefully then we will continue to have civil war in our country. CoreReview Lesson Lets 3 Write a statement using a NIP stem N-Imagine

I- Ifthen P- Its up to us...so that Its up to us to find a way to get along so that we can prevent war from happening again. CoreReview Lesson Lets Its possible that a war never truly ends. Conflict will always exist in America. If we can not find a way to resolve our disagreements peacefully then we will continue to have civil war in our country. Its up to us to find a way to get along so that we can truly end the American Civil War.

CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Re-read your thesis statement 2 Ask, How can I NIP my reader? 3 Write a statement using a NIP stem In this lesson, you have

learned how to conclude your essay by leaving your reader with a NIP Guided Practice Lets Review You try it! 1. Use your last index card 2. Bookend your thesis statement. 3. Write a NIP 4. Skip lines for revisions later Extension Lets Review Activities 1. Listen as your partner reads his or her NIP

conclusion. Give feed back on the success of his or her NIP. 2. Go back a revise your NIP based on your partners feedback. How do you make sure that your speech makes sense? In this lesson, you will learn how to revise your speech by practicing! LetsReview Review Lets A speech needs to be connected and remembered HmmI never

thought of it that way LetsReview Review Lets Writing Process 1 Generate Ideas 2 Write Drafts 3 Revise

and Edit A Common Lets Review Mistake A speech that has CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Re-read with a purpose; look for the key ideas from the thesis statement 2

Ask; Am I going off the path? 3 Revise by removing unrelated anecdotes or evidence CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Re-read with a purpose; look for the key ideas from the thesis statement Are my key ideas from my thesis

statement repeated throughout? CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Imagine Imagine students students waiting waiting in in line, line, aa delicious delicious smell smell in in the

the air, air, they they think think its its cookies cookies but but as as they they dig dig in in its its the the vitamin vitamin C C powerhouse; powerhouse; sweet

sweet potatoes. potatoes. Schools Schools should should have have tasty tasty and and nutritious nutritious lunches. lunches. Students Students who who have have these these lunches lunches have have more more energy,

energy, learn learn lifelong lifelong lessons lessons and and gain gain positive positive experiences experiences with with healthy healthy food. food. First, First, many many students students dont dont know know that

that healthy healthy food food can can taste taste good. good. There There are are many many recipes recipes that that swap swap or or add add ingredients ingredients without without changing

changing the the taste taste of of dishes dishes children children love. love. Whole Whole wheat wheat macaroni macaroni and and cheese cheese and and pizza pizza with with veggies veggies on on top

top are are two two examples. examples. Macaroni Macaroni and and cheese cheese is is aa classic. classic. Many Many children children live live on on the the stuff. stuff. By By having

having these these recipes, recipes, schools schools can can be be places places where where students students take take risks risks and and have have positive positive experiences experiences with with nutritious

nutritious food. food. CoreReview Lesson Lets 2 Ask; Am I going off the path? Key Key ideas: ideas: Tasty, Tasty, Nutritious, Nutritious, positive positive experiences, experiences, at

at lunch lunch There There are are many many recipes recipes that that swap swap or or add add ingredients ingredients without without changing

changing the the taste taste of of dishes dishes children children love love Whole Whole wheat wheat macaroni macaroni and and cheese cheese and

and pizza pizza with with veggies veggies on on top top are are two two examples. examples. Macaroni Macaroni and and cheese

cheese is is aa classic. classic. Many Many children children live live on on the the stuff. stuff. ?? CoreReview Lesson Lets

3 First, First, many many students students dont dont know know that that healthy healthy food food can can taste taste good. good. There There are

are many many recipes recipes that that swap swap or or add add ingredients ingredients without without changing changing the the taste taste of of dishes dishes children children love.

love. Whole Whole wheat wheat macaroni macaroni and and cheese cheese and and pizza pizza with with veggies veggies on on top top are are two two examples. examples. Macaroni

Macaroni and and cheese cheese is is aa classic. classic. Many Many children children live live on on the the stuff. stuff. By By having having these these recipes, recipes, schools

schools can can be be places places where where students students take take risks risks and and have have positive positive experiences experiences with with Should I re-order or remove?

CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Re-read with a purpose; Look for the key ideas from the thesis statement 2 Ask; Am I going off the path? 3 Revise by removing unrelated anecdotes or evidence

In this lesson you have learned how to revise your persuasive speech by rereading to make sure your reasons support your thesis statement. Guided Practice Lets Review Re-read your draft with a purpose: 1) Look for the key ideas from the thesis statement 2) Ask; Am I going off the path? 3) Revise by re-ordering or removing unrelated anecdotes or evidence

Extension Lets Review Activities Practice re-reading to find key ideas by trading papers with your partner. Compare your highlights with your partners and discuss differences Extension Lets Review Activities Sometimes evidence is good but its just in the wrong place. Using one of your revisions, try to move its position in your piece. Reread to see what you think! Remember: Its ok to re-word to make a better fit Quick Quiz

Lets Review Using a persuasive speech or essay that you have drafted 1. Locate key ideas that match the key ideas from thesis statement 2. Jot you thinking about how each sentence fits on your path 3. Remove any sentences that dont support your thesis. How do you take what you have written and present it to others? In this lesson you will learn how to present your persuasive speech by keeping your pace, volume and pauses in check.

LetsReview Review Lets Persuasive writing is shared through a speech A Common Lets Review Mistake Using a monotone voice, a voice without expression. She She sounds sounds like like a a robot

robot CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Ask, Am I going too slow or too fast? 2 Ask, Am I too loud or too soft? 3 Ask, Do I use extra words to pause?

CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Ask, Am I going too slow or too fast? Hey Hey Slow Slow down! down! Core Lesson Imagine students waiting in line, a delicious smell Lets

Review in the air, they think its cookies but as they dig in its the vitamin C powerhouse; sweet potatoes. Schools should have tasty and nutritious lunches. Students who have these lunches have more energy, learn lifelong lessons and gain positive experiences with healthy food. First, many students dont know that healthy food can taste good. There are so many recipes that swap or add ingredients without changing the taste of dishes children love. CoreReview Lesson Lets 2

Ask, Am I too loud or too soft? II cant cant hear hear her her Core Lesson Imagine students waiting in line, a delicious smell Lets Review in the air, they think its cookies but as they dig in its the vitamin C powerhouse; sweet potatoes. Schools should have tasty and nutritious lunches. Students who have these lunches have more energy, learn lifelong lessons and gain positive

experiences with healthy food. First, many students dont know that healthy food can taste good. There are so many recipes that swap or add ingredients without changing the taste of dishes children love. CoreReview Lesson Lets 3 Ask, Do I use extra words to pause? Um, Um, like, like, um um

Core Lesson Imagine students waiting in line, a delicious smell Lets Review in the air, they think its cookies but as they dig in its the vitamin C powerhouse; sweet potatoes. Schools should have tasty and nutritious lunches. Students who have these lunches have more energy, learn lifelong lessons and gain positive experiences with healthy food. First, many students dont know that healthy food can taste good. There are so many recipes that swap or add ingredients without changing the taste of dishes children love.

CoreReview Lesson Lets 1 Ask, Am I going too slow or too fast? 2 Ask, Am I too loud or too soft? 3 Ask, Do I use extra words to pause? In this lesson you learned how to present your persuasive

speech by keeping your pace, volume and pauses in check. Guided Practice Lets Review Practice with a partner Have them help you answer the following questions Am I too slow or too fast? Am I too loud or too soft? Do I use extra words to pause? Extension Lets Review Activities Try this

Practice your speech without looking at the paper Practice your speech in front of a mirror checking to see if you are smiling and looking at your audience Quick Quiz Lets Review Give the speech to your teacher Am I too slow or too fast? Am I too loud or too soft? Do I use extra words to pause?

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