Loud and Clear: Classroom Activities on Public Speaking
Loud and Clear: Classroom Activities on Public Speaking is resource book for teachers. It is a comprehensive manuall on public-speaking activities that can be carried out in the classroom for students from class VI to XI. It aims to cultivate the art of effective communication by making use of well known activities such as elocution, extempore, debates, quizzes and group discussions. The activities have been formulated for easy use by stating the purpose, procedure, time, evaluation and desirable number of students for each of these. The Note to Teachers serves as a guide for teachers to conduct and evaluate the sessions. The activities in the book are divided into 10 chapters. The book progresses from simple activities to relatively complex ones, building confidence in students and enabling gradual honing of communication and speaking skills. The appendices include a section on how to create and run a club for public-speaking activities, and also provide some useful quotes and speeches.
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Note to Teachers
For the Wellinformed
Brief and Eloquent
How to Run a Club
12 speakers 25 minutes Evaluation 30 minutes 45 minutes allotted allowed per speaker announced answers ask questions asked to evaluate Brutus Caesar calls chairperson chance passes Class management clues conduct the session decided Desirable number direct question dream Duration Settling elocution evaluate the session form the audience Gettysburg Address group discussion Group size guess the right he/she his/her ideal India Let freedom ring meeting mime minutes Evaluation Evaluation minutes per speaker moderator nation Negro Note to Teachers number of listeners number of participants number of speakers number of students office-bearers organising person player pledge podium presentation Procedure A student programmes public-speaking activities randomly from topics rebuttal round of debate running a club satisfied as long Seating arrangements second speaker slips of paper speakers i.e. speaking session speech student to speak student/team team guess theme three minutes Tryst with Destiny words