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Sep 28

[A/B] To Name is to Know and Remember

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

This week has been a time of completing our study in the importance of nonverbal messages.In order to better understand their dependence and use of nonverbal language, students worked on the following:​ students studied the verbal/nonverbal cues of Lambert students communicated via charades The class is now beginning to focus on the use of vocal variety and nonverbal communication in order to effectively speak.…

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Sep 20

Let the Speeches Begin

By Patrick C. Ames | Classroom Updates

Period 1​There has been enough preparation and work toward a common understanding of speech and debate that the class is now on the cusp of starting a new journey: your children are preparing to become professional speakers. After several weeks of table topics and literary analysis, each student will now begin applying his and her knowledge toward communicating ideas, values, and stories that each one holds dear.In preparation for this new journey into public speaking, students completed the following: students completed various activities to focus on developing nonverbal communication (i.e.…

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