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Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
Speaking Intensive Teaching & Learning
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  • http://www.ted.com/talks/nancy_duarte_the_secret_structure_of_great_talks.html
  • What does it look like in your applied field?What kinds of speaking will your students be doing once they graduate?Formal, traditional presentationsBriefingsPitchesMeetingsConference presentationsData / research
  • Moves youConfidenceConvinces youEngages youEnlivens youInforms youSticks with youProvides meaningPolished
  • Model good behavior Discuss novice mistakesCritique samplesSee it as “story-telling”Share rubrics in advanceSelf-record practice sessionsPartner students for practiceProvide substantive feedbackCreate multiple opportunities
  • http://studio151server.lsu.edu/familyfeud/…a little game of “Faculty Feud”! The great divide will be here in the center and it will be the “Left Family” versus the “Right Family” So let’s get started. Queue theme music![hit 1 at bottom to revel board][stop music] We’ve polled some of our Speaking-Intensive faculty over the years and asked what are the top mistakes student-speakers make. What did they say?[hit ring in][left/right arrows for which family answers][number reveals answer / x if not right]filler phrasesunder/over prepweak structure (intro/conclusion)time managementfidgeting/gestures rely on podium transitionsslides as crutchin appropriate dress*Only use keyboard. If you accidently us mouse, move cursor to below FF logo until it turns into a line and click to regain keyboard control
  • Introduce lecture/topicSummarize lecture/topicDeliver lectureFacilitate class discussionClass debateReading responseProject update/summary Audio reflection
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrCQnRFBuGc
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