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 Monroe's Motivated Sequence in speeches in order to improve listening comprehension.
Use Monroe's Motivated Sequence and inversions grammar to improve structure and formality.
Speak with varied, precise, correct vocabulary and grammar.
Discuss the positives and negatives related to your topic.
Basic exercise: learning outcomes
Intermediate exercise: student examples
Advanced exercise: need and satisfaction
Exit ticket and homework
Read the learning goals
Time for the activity: 5-10 minutes
I will look at four things while you speak:
If you can show how to use MMS
If you can use inversions correctly
If you can vary your vocabulary and grammar
If you discuss positives and negatives
Please see the rubrics (matris) for details.
Read student examples and compare them with the learning outcomes
Time for the exercise: 10-20 minutes
In need of inspiration? Please look at the student examples and consider how you would assess them.
Please remember that some speeches might be great at one skill, but lack another.
Example speech: (No title)
Example speech: All education should be free
Example speech: Just do it! Life's too short to think - just do it
You are going to hold a ~3-5 min motivational speech.
Please follow these steps. Today, focus on 3, 4 and 5:
To begin with, select one of the four themes:
We need to write letters to strangers about …
Be uncomfortable and speak the truth about ...
Try … for 30 days.
Leave your comfort zone and believe that you can ...
Secondly, you decide on a specific topic. Here you can enjoy great freedom!
Thirdly, follow Monroe's Motivated Sequence according to the cue cards.
Fourthly, use varied, precise, correct vocabulary and grammar.
Remember inversions and compound-complex sentences!
Finally, discuss the positives and negatives related to your topic.
Download the checklist and cue card template on Unikum or click the link below.
Need and satisfaction
Your need should be a relatable problem.
A satisfaction provides the listeners with an encouraging solution to the need
Avoid passive words such as, think or consider.
"My need and satisfaction are.."
The students prepare their cue cards and speeches since next lesson you will present.