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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Oct 26

[A/B] The End of the First Quarter (Moving Toward the Second Half)

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Your children - my students - have spent approximately twenty-two days in Speech and Debate, they have completed a minimum of three speeches, and are currently in the process of finishing their fourth. As we move into the second quarter, the question begs to be asked, "What is next?"The answer to that question is predicated on a simple objective: make students more than just great public speakers - make them great leaders in all venues of their daily lives.​In order to achieve this objective, their will be three primary goals that I will pursue throughout the school year:Improve students' capacity to engage in group discussions (and not just participate)Teach students how to persuade with words (and not fight with words)Train students to develop a business, product, and service that they will then market (and not just keep good ideas to themselves)​These three goals are extremely simple but the execution will be complex.…

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Oct 26

[P.1] The Second Half and a Nine Week Vision

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Your children - my students - have made tremendous growth in their public speaking skills during this nine weeks. The question therefore "begs to be asked": what is next?I want to answer that question by stating a primary concern: students need communication skills.​ The ability to communicate is not limited to speaking before an audience or debating a person on the moral attributes of a policy, practice, or position.Speech and debate our skills that must transcend the classroom and the halls of academia.…

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Oct 19

[A/B] In the Midst of Transit Transition

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Classes that extend throughout the entire year do not have midterms. This is due to a schedule that rotates every other day.So as many students at Phillip O. Berry Academy prepare for midterms - racing toward the second half of the semester - my students will be transitioning into the second portion of the first quarter.In order to bring this section of the year to a close, we finished the first nine weeks with an exam on chapters one through four of Speech, and we will continue to present our Organized Speeches as we move further into the content of the first quarter.​​…

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Oct 19

[P.1] Winding Down to Ramp Back Up

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

This week has been a week of closure. Students begin testing next week, and in preparation for their midterm, we have been practicing table topics (impromptu speaking) and studying the first four chapters of Speech.As we wind-down this quarter, I couldn't be more proud of my students. I have seen amazing transformation in the poise and confidence of each student, and I am extremely enthusiastic as we ramp up for the next nine weeks.​…

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Oct 11

[A/B] Speaking with Style and Structure

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Students completed their Declamations, and we are now beginning our Organize Your Speech unit.The focus of these speeches will be to engage the class with an original piece that has a definitive introduction, body, and conclusion.​Through the combination of both the Declamation and the Organized Speech, students are learning how to meld the structure of their speech with their personal speaking style - they are learning how to punctuate the content of their speeches though their nonverbal communication and vocal variety.​These first few speeches therefore function as the DNA for the remainder of the year, helping students to engage the oratorical processes that enhance the message(s) within their speeches.…

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Oct 11

[P.1] Unlocking Academic Excellence Through Scary Stories

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Students have recently completed their Organized Speech in which they shared stories of their past, visions of their future, or wisdom for today.This week we not only completed our Organized Speeches, we also began a unit in story telling. Although I am not a big Halloween person, I do enjoy a good scary story (especially around a campfire).In the spirit of the classic campfire-scary-story, students will unlock their story telling talents.In preparation for this, we have studied various dramatic interpretation and duo interpretation pieces.…

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Oct 05

[P.1] Close to Completion – The First Two Speeches

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Students are finishing their second speech. With only a handful of speakers remaining, the class has experienced the stress of creating a quality speech and the euphoria of giving that speech before a group of peers.We have had numerous stories, experiences, and ideas shared throughout the week - the pain of losing a loved family member, the humor of a retelling a past prank, the need to share an experiencing so that past mistakes are not repeated by others.The class has begun to take a more collective role in leadership roles: various students taking on the roles of class lead, grammarian, time keeper, and evaluator.…

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