The ultimate book of ideas for boosting speaking. Excellent for increasing speaking for any course in a school curriculum. How to create a variety of creative and relevant speaking prompts from any subject material. How to increase student speaking through all aspects of any lesson.
"5 stars. I love my new Quick Prompts book! There are so many excellent activities and very useful advice on how to structure speaking activities. I love the idea of the 30 (second)speaking limit. I can't wait to use this with my students!" Andrea Candida Henderson, TX
1) maximize speaking skills for everyone
2) teach everyone to think on their feet (and improve cognitive analytical skills)
3) build confidence speaking to empower people for life: in school, at home, in business dealings, with friends, and in public contexts
4) speaking: academic, social (out in the world), personal/creative (self-expression)
1) 4,000+ serious to funny prompts for monologues & talking by twos (great for group discussions, too) for as little as 30 seconds (or more)
2) prompts may be used for writing, listening, or homework, too
3) over 70 categories; strategies and procedures
4) how to create custom speaking prompts for the content of any subject
5) ways to easily add short speaking tasks all through the lesson
6) the steps to effective talking by twos
7) a chapter on speeches with checklists for preparing and presenting speeches
8) 100's of prompts for 15 types of speeches
9) a chapter on Common Core speaking (focus on discussions, media, etc.)
10) how to acclimate students to speaking on a regular basis until its second nature; teach the procedures and watch them soar!
SAMPLES OF THE 70 CATEGORIES: Problem solving, collaboration, storytelling, improvisation, brainstorming, stand-up comedy, negotiating, questioning, monologue topics, giving advice, speculating, imagination, excuses, apologies, true confessions, keynotes, wacky instructions, skits, debates, opinions, imagine that, introductions, hit or myth, expository speaking, opinions, role play cue sheet, personification, on the job chats, goofy commercials, description snapshots, compare & contrast, acceptance speeches, instructional speeches, etc.
A lot of fun and opportunities to be imaginativ. Students will enjoy using