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  1. Speeches/ Presentations Junior Composition

  2. Presentation 1: Interpretation of a Famous Speech • Introduction: Present a brief introduction to the speech. • You may use outside sources for your introduction, yet it must be in YOUR words. • Provide the audience with the historical context in which the speech was given. • Oral Presentation • Present an excerpt of the speech. • Your expression should communicate the intended meaning of the speech. • Interpretation • Explain the meaning and significance of the speech.

  3. Suggested Speeches • Martin Luther King, Jr. "I Have A Dream" • John Fitzgerald Kennedy “Inaugural Address” • Franklin Delano Roosevelt “First Inaugural Address” • Franklin Delano Roosevelt “Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation” • Barbara Charline Jordan “1976 DNC Keynote Address” • Malcolm X "The Ballot or the Bullet"  • Ronald Wilson Reagan “Shuttle ''Challenger'' Disaster Address” • John Fitzgerald Kennedy “Houston Ministerial Association Speech” • Lyndon Baines Johnson "We Shall Overcome” • http://americanrhetoric.com/top100speechesall.html

  4. Presentation 2: Persuasive Public Speaking • Choose a topic and an attitude • Identify your main points • Create a speech of around 3-4 minutes • The speech should contain: • A brief opening/ introduction • Explanation of Main points • Specific examples to prove your main points • A conclusion

  5. Suggested Topics • Real wealth is never measured in money or possessions. • Conservation is survival. • To err is human. To forgive is divine. • The world is a smaller place these days • The more we communicate, the less we really say. • To be grown up is a state of mind. • Goals are good for you. • Team sports build strong individuals. • Laughter is the best medicine. • The media controls how and what we think.

  6. Presentation 3: Interpretation of a Famous Poem • Introduction: Present a brief introduction to the poem. • You may use outside sources for your introduction, yet it must be in YOUR words. • Provide the audience with the historical context in which the poem was written. • Oral Presentation • Present the poem, or an excerpt if too long. • Your expression should communicate the intended tone of the poem. • Interpretation • Explain the meaning and significance of the poem.

  7. Presentation 4:Creative Writing • Create a poem or short story to present to class. • Oral Presentation • Present the poem or short story. • Interpretation • Explain the meaning and significance of the poem or short story.

  8. Presentation 5: Interpretation of a Famous Work of Art • Introduction: Present a brief introduction to the piece of artwork. • You may use outside sources for your introduction, yet it must be in YOUR words. • Provide the audience with the historical context in which the poem was written. • Presentation: Present a photograph of the famous piece of art • Interpretation: Explain the meaning and significance of the painting.

  9. Presentation 6:Creative Work of Art • Create a work of art to present to class. • Oral Presentation • Explain how the piece of art was created. • Interpretation • Explain the meaning and significance of the piece of art.