|Course Description||This course is an introduction to speech communication which emphasizes the practical skill of public speaking. Students create inspirational and persuasive speeches in small group settings. The course introduces the basic concepts of speaking and performing with the goal of making a child more comfortable and proficient when presenting in front of a group or in any form of verbal communication.
Exceptional communication skills lead to future success. Join us to improve your child’s communication and self-confidence.
|Teacher|| Owen Sun, 8th grade student at Princeton Academy
|Grade||This course is appropriate for rising 3rd-4th grade students.|
Mondays at 7-8 p.m. EST
8 classes from 7/11-8/29
|Course Topics||1.Introduction/impromptu speeches
2.Elevator speeches, what are they?
3.Work shopping speeches, and presenting
4.What is declamation?
5.Introduction to Original Oratory
6.Brainstorming Original Oratory ideas, and research and writing
8.Presentations summary and more tips
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 8 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Students 3
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes