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Public Speaking is a Related Arts class for 6th grade students. Each classroom participates in public speaking for one quarter. In Public Speaking this year students have the opportunity to learn about active listening, voice and gestures, stage fright, how to write a speech, and much more. They will also have the chance to interview and introduce a classmate and read a story to the class. The goal is for every student to give public speaking a try, and most of all, have fun!
Remote Learning March 23rd-April 3rd
During this remote learning period, students will have options in a "menu" format to choose from. There are nine "May-Do" options and two "Must-Do" options. They should choose four "May-Do" options and one "Must-Do" to complete. All work can be found and submitted through your student's Google Classroom. Your student should have received an invitation in their @sau11 email-if they did not, they may use the following class codes to join the appropriate course:
Copley (Day 1/2): i6cci6s
Allen (Day 3/4): oma6ipp
Hackett (Day 5/6): ovcuwtc
If your student is unable to access the internet and you need a paper copy of materials and have not received one by March 23rd, please let me know. If you have any questions during this period of remote learning, do not hesitate to reach out at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. I will also be checking my voicemail remotely, and can be reached at (603) 516-1605.