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Name____________________________ = Public Speaking, Mrs. Danowski
Show and Tell
Your “Show and Tell= 8221; mini- presentations are due on Mondays.&nb= sp; They are worth up to ten points.&nb= sp; To receive credit you must have the S&T work sheet completed and deliver a 1-3 minute extemporaneou= s presentation to the class.
Ø Must be 1-3 minutes in length
Ø Must be delivered extemporaneously
Ø Must make eye contact with your classmates= p>
Ø Must speak of one object or subject (a pictu= re, song lyrics, news information, food, memento, clothing, childhood object, etc.) Show us something and t= ell us something about what you are showing us
Ø Must use the object or visual aid related to= the topic
Ø Must have an introduction, body, and conclus= ion
Ø Your audience contains 10-12 graders. Is your “Show and Tell” interesting and appropriate? = Be warned…if your topic is inappropriate, you will receive a zero and ma= y be referred to the Dean for administrative action. USE GOOD JUDG= EMENT!
Ø This is an informal and short presentation to get you comfortable with your classmates and with the thought to speaking in public.
Ø Have fun.&n= bsp; Be creative.
Ø Teach us something new. Expose us to something unique.
Ø The presentation should extend beyond descri= bing physical characteristics or knowledge that may be already apparent or obvio= us to the audience through simple observance.= (Example: Please do not bring in an apple and say, “This is an apple. It is round. It is red on the outside and white= on the inside. It makes a good pie.”)
Ø When speaking about your object consider the following:
§ Why did you choose this particular object/to= pic?
§ What is the background or history of the obj= ect?
§ Is there a sentimental value to the object?<= /p>
§ Where was it found? Who gave it to you?
§ Give descriptive information that can be fou= nd in library books, encyclopedias, or almanacs.