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  1. Oratorical Contest Revising Activity 8th Grade Language Arts

  2. How you can set up your speech… • Introduction Paragraph • Lead/Hook • Connect Passion to hook/define passion • Thesis • Body • Explain Passion • Explain how passion impacts the world • Address the opposing viewpoints (knock back) • Conclusion • Restate Thesis • End speech creatively • Leave audience wanting to know more about your passion

  3. Passion Speech Revising Activity Do you have the following elements in your speech: • Announced Title: “My Passion Impacts the World” • Strong hook • Definition of Passion • Thesis statement: My passion is ___ and it impacts the world by_____. • Opposing viewpoint • Statistics (%, #, data) • Story OR Quote

  4. Have you… • Explained your passion? • Explained how your passion impacts the world? • Written your speech in a sincere manner? • Concluded your speech so that it leaves an impression on your audience? • Timed your speech?

  5. Verbally Giving Credit to Sources of Information • According to (name of source)… • In a recent study conducted by (name of source)… • “Famous person” once quoted… • In an article titled “ “ published in the (name of source)

  6. Speeches will be judged and scored as follows: • Poise (20 Points)— • Appearance and Personality • Content of Speech (35 Points)— • Subject adherence, theme, content logic, and color • Delivery/Presentation (35 Points)— • Voice, Volume, Pronunciation, Eye contact, Sincerity, and Emphasis • Overall Effectiveness (10 Points)— • Appeal, Impression, Attitude, and Effect