Welcome! Please consider how your attitude affects your and other students experience of the lesson.
Be respectful, come prepared with relevant material and show interest in order to have the best possible educational experience.
During the course of this lesson, you will learn:
Identify and structure your own and classmates' speech by using Monroe's Motivated Sequence (MMS).
Use speech techniques and inversions grammar to improve fluency and formality.
Use cue cards as support to improve balance.
Design a motivating speech by yourself, and with others, using correct grammar, a precise, varied vocabulary and sentence structures.
Students work in their groups creating their knowledge artefact: a motivational speech about someone who inspired them.
Decide on a person who has inspired you as a group. Familiarise yourself with that person by reading about her or him.
Use a shared document (Word online, Google Docs), share it within the group and with Feke.
Organise the speech by using MMS - attention, need, satisfaction, visualisation, action.
Make a condensed, short speech (~5-15 minutes in total) with a minimum of two cards per person.
Practice performing the speech by acting it out as a group. (This will be recorded to receive feedback)
"Today, we succeeded with ..."
Carry on creating the cue cards and group knowledge artefact