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Interpretation Speeches Lesson 7 Speech & Debate
Interpretation Speeches These speeches are basically an upgrade to your childish backyard plays you used to do. These speech events can be a lot of fun, but take a lot of effort and time. There is a 10 minute time limit on the presentation of these interpretive events. Since we are in this classroom setting, we will not perform a duo interpretation unless you have a sibling who is taking this course or another student you know is taking this course. Duo interpretation is a partnership of two students who perform a
Interpretation Speeches Let's focus on individual interpretation speeches. Usually, classic literature pieces work well. These pieces are called "classics" because they have stood the test of time of enjoyment by several generations and span a wide range of audience ages. Here are some ideas as you choose your piece to interpret: Robin Hood Treasure Island Peter Pan Pride & Prejudice Moby Dick Jungle Book
Online Video For your "script, " you can cut as much as you want--for the most part--but there is a limit as to how much can be added by you and your own words. These specific rules are on the league websites. Pay attention to them. Let's watch an interp that went to nationals.
Homework page can be downloaded and uploaded on the main course page. All homework must be uploaded prior to the next class or you will receive a zero. No late homework is accepted. Have a 2 -minute interp ready to present. It does not have to be perfect. These take time to develop. Remember: the competitive time limit is 10 minutes, so we're just getting our feet wet. You may use your script Thursday when you present. Ordinarily, you would not be able to do so. If you don’t give your speech in class you will make a voicethread.