Online Activities Week 3
Activity One: Delivery (Chapter 13)
Watch a 10-minute segment of a television drama with the sound turned off. What do the
characters say with their dress, gestures, facial expressions, and the like? Do the same with
Informative Speech: What are dreams?
Title: What are dreams?
General Purpose: To Inform
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about what dreams are
and give them a few insights as to what may cause dreams.
Central Idea: Everyone has usually more than on
Senatorial class (senatores):
Basis was political
Men who served in the Senate and their families
Dominated by the nobles
Equestrian class (equites):
Basis was economic
A man had to possess a stable minimum amoun
Every night experience
Remember them or not
1/3 of our life spend sleeping
Good dream or nightmare
More than just a simple random thought in your
How dreams actually form in our minds?
The hardest thing you have ever done?
-Did any of you have a Guidance class in High School?
-Hardest class I had in my life
-How to become a leader
-Fist Class I had in the US
-Sister in law
-Largest island in the Caribbean
-90 miles from Key West
- Under Fidel Castro control, 01/01/1959
- Raul Castro current president
-Everybody is the same
-Changing their views
-Allowing people to own business
Three sisters; two older and one younger
Massachusetts at 9 years old
Five graduate and one undergraduate
One in Health
Five in Education
Currently, Doctors in Education Policy
Wife for 14 years (1999)
It has been three years since you finished college. After gaining experience as an administrative
assistant at a major publishing company, you have just been promoted to marketing manag
Now that you have completed your Informative Speech, take a
moment to evaluate your own presentation.
How did you do? Answer the following questions and submit them
through the Dropbox.
Professional Evaluations for Small Group
Your Name: Dayani Marrero
Small Group Presentation Topic: Unlock the Wii
Did the group clearly define the problem for discussion?
Did the group phrase
Activity Five: Beginning and Ending the Speech (Chapter 10)
Using your preliminary informative speech topic, create an introduction for the speech. In your
introduction be sure to gain the attention of the audience, to reveal the topic and relate it to th