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Extra Speech Clinic Notes 7: Developing Extemp – Part 3 & 4.doc

This resource is labelled in terms of CAP 5.1 (Extemp – Part 3 & 4) : http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Extempguidelines%20Jan%202016.pdf

This resource received support from the Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory.

Topics/units addressed:

Complete beginner

(High Level) Complete Intermediate

(High Level) Developing / Improving

(Medium Level) Previous experience

(Low level) – some people

(Low level) fully speaking proficient

(Medium-High Level) Suggestions for Topics 1 x x x x

Clarifications:

Must speak to the side of the audience.

Costumes are not change during extemp

Extemp should not be over 6 minutes

Frequent Pausing

Engage with the audience, create eye contact

Take initiative

Openings: Talk about the topic in own words: Why are different people into different things (music, sports, activities, jobs) ?

Begin to use accent words: the, there, than, then,

Use the range of intonation

Movement: Talk with rhythm, dynamism and natural gestures that help to bring the words alive:

xx Discuss about events,

xx Get reactions,

xx Break the word, Pause after every word/sentence, then move and start new word or sentence/punctuation,

xx

xx Use both sides of the body,

xx Move up/down a little.

Bradshaw, Lenton, Roberts,

Dinnis

CAP 5.2 Developing Extemp 1: Character, Events and Topics http://ausetevalley.net/p/Ausk_News_Blog/Extemp%5F1.pdf

This resource group by Michele Kasere and Wayne Hargrove based on http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Guiding%20notes%20for%20Extemp%20Jun%202016.pdf

This resource received support from the Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory.

Topics/units addressed:

Complete beginner

(High Level) Complete Intermediate

(High Level) Developing / Improving

(Medium Level) Previous experience

(Low level) – some people

(Low level) fully speaking proficient

(Medium-High Level) Anticipated Speaking Concepts Examples of Content 1 1 x x x x

Clarifications Essays.

Citations during extemp

Limit knowledge: The existence of Dementor all over Australia and the impact the Dementor had to the economy and more than half a million people all around the globe lost their job when there were nobody to maintain all the finance transactions, only 0.6% of population was remain in Australia and supported the Australian economy: (Quantitative Statistics) Yet on this paper we go through different aspects of modern PLE, for instance its philosophy, architectures, modules and networks, components, its design specification and latest technologies applied in this field. (Qualitative Data/Narrative Data)

Grant, Ables, Kuhn

CAP 5.3 Jamestown High School Extemp- Part 1, 2 & 3.doc

This resource is labelled in terms of CAP 5.3: Jamestown High School Extemp- Part 1, 2 & 3 https://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Extemp-Jun-13.pdf

This resource received support from the Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory.

Topics/units addressed:

Complete beginner

(High Level) Complete Intermediate

(High Level) Developing / Improving

(Medium Level) Previous experience

(Low level) – some people

(Low level) fully speaking proficient

(Medium-High Level) Suggested Levels Speech Topic: ‘Easy choice’ Speaker: AmandaWatt Duration: 4 minutes Skills required: Intonation Factual Narrative extemp

Ann: x

Esk: x

Henry: x

*Extemp should be in present tense. The best evidence for this is that extemp is a declarative speech, which we have learnt from our training programme. As you are going to report facts and details, use first person in the sentence, your personal experience… This will provide justice to your speech and you will give the element of impartiality which is important. http://ausetevalley.net/Article%20Detail.asp?art_id=305 or http://ausetevalley.net/Article%20Detail.asp?art_id=315 or http://ausetevalley.net/Article%20Detail.asp?art_id=1759 or http://ausetevalley.net/Article%20Detail.asp?art_id=1951 or http://ausetevalley.net/Article%20Detail.asp?art_id=3088

Clarifications: one main point and one main topic to use. http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Extempguidelines%20Jan%202016.pdf

Please remember:- According to our analysis and experience, Extemp is not a chronological narration hence, you should be clear on what exactly you have to state. Apart from facts and figures/details, you may use insightful illustrations to add colour to your speech. This exercise should be completed by logical overall pieces and by helping individual clauses. (Take a look at the parts of an essay.) Illustrations • Paraphrasing: To avoid plagiarism or the undue imitation or use and adaptation of another party’s work, it is always a good idea to paraphrase language you choose to integrate in your speech. When informative or how to essays, articles, information and notices, newspaper/magazine/website articles, web content and web sites are paraphrased, changes in the language and sometimes reordered, then the overall result is a significantly better understanding, a higher level of coherence and clarity, an easier writing style and, consequently, a more interesting conclusion. In all borrowed text , the author’s source must be credited, otherwise plagiarism may be occurring. Please look at the instructive guidelines about this issue complying the academic marking criteria: http://www.australianuniversityenglish.edu.au/academic.html#Speaking, http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Extempguidelines%20Jan%202016.pdf

Clarifications: Please remember:- According to our analysis and experience, Extemp is not a chronological narration hence, you should be clear on what exactly you have to state. Apart from facts and figures/details, you may use insightful illustrations to add colour to your speech. This exercise should be completed by logical overall pieces and by helping individual clauses. (Take a look at the parts of an essay.)

http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Extempguidelines.pdf

http://ausetevalley.net/Artworksummary.php

http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/ExtempguidelinesNotes1September2005.pdf

This resource group by Wayne Hargrove and Michele Kasere based on http://ausetevalley.net/cfdocs/Extempguidelines%20March%2011%2009.pdf

This resource received support from the Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory.

Topics/units addressed:

Complete beginner

(High Level) Complete Intermediate

(High Level) Developing / Improving

(Medium Level) Previous experience

(Low level) – some people

(Low level) fully speaking proficient

(Medium-High Level) Suggestions for Topics Debate

Don’t start the extemp with a debate point. Comments are negative and debate is likely to draw the audience away from the topic.

Start with a topic, it is crucial.

Don’t use so much technical jargon. Use a simple language, good articulation. Hence speak at a slower rate of speed.

Anticipate possible questions and come up with answers for these questions.

Have facts ready for back up, not too much, not too little.

Use good body language. Appropriate eye contact, head nodding, appropriate noises, etc.

No notes at all during extemp, notes can get your disqualified!

(An example of a good key note speech)

It is clear from the research that there is growing shareholder pressure on directors to achieve higher corporate profitability while at the same time, delivering higher returns to shareholders.

While it is true that there is growing shareholder pressure on fiduciaries to reinvest and re-look at the strategies companies are pursuing, the reality is that shareholder interests are served every single day in so many ways. Shareholders are invested in long-term investment programs, they are the people who provide the valuable information the executives need to manage their companies and they are the very people that are responsible for the success of their company when they decide to put their money into an investment. Director’s need to listen to investors and shareholder on matters of value and respect for the companies’ ongoing interest, Which will include, who is the writer, where does he or she come from, why he or she wrote it, a beginning of the article, an end of the article, 1-2 images and the most important information about “Singapore.”

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