Prepared Speech (545)
Demonstrate communication skills in securing, arranging, organizing, and presenting information orally.
The event may be repeated, but the topic may not. A contestant may not participate in Prepared Speech
Tis not unknown to you, Antonio,
How much I have disabled mine estate,
By something showing a more swelling port
Than my faint means would grant
Nor do I now make moan to be abridged
From such a noble rate but my chief care
Is to come fairly
Protesters demonstrating against the Vietnam
War, New York City, April 27, 1968.
This photo makes me wonder what made them
protest. Obviously it was the fact that we were in
Unit 1: Lesson 5: Names and Faces Chopin and Freeman Stepping Beyond Societys Limits
Womens Roles in Society
1. How would you describe the tone of each story?
- Story of an Hour: The tone begins with hints of sadness and very quickly ascends into
Letter Analysis Chart
How many paragraphs constitute the introduction?
How many paragraphs constitute the middle portion?
How many paragraphs constitute the conclusion?
List briefly the four different arguments or topics Dr. King
addresses in the m
Unit 2: Lesson 9: Word of the Day
The conversation with his mom created ire for the teenager.
Petulantly - unreasonably irritable or ill-tempered
After a long day at work, he petulantly told everyone to go home.
Privy - made a participant in kno
Unit 1 Lesson 4
My Modest Proposal
As you wonder the streets of any big city, you will come face-to-face with the
homeless men and women and children of the nation. These men and women have
somehow lost everything in their lives and h
Unit 3: Lesson 5: Editorial
1.Briey describe the situation preceding Dr. King's arrest and what prompted him to
write the letter.
-Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested for demonstrating without a permit; his activities were
described as unwise and untimely