2017 – 2018 Trimester 1 Agenda

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Week 1: September 4 – 8

September 4

Labor Day – No School

September 5

Welcome Freshman First Day of School!

September 6

  1. Word of the Day: Speech & Debate
  2. Welcome!
  3. What is Speech & Debate?
  4. Syllabus and calendar-- sign up for donut sales!
  5. Pay to Play and athletic paperwork
  6. Interviews
  7. Homework: Be ready to present interview tomorrow, bring athletic paperwork and driver/ rider by Friday

September 7

  1. Sit with interview partner
  2. Word of the Day: IE
  3. Shirt sizes?
  4. Events in Speech & Debate
  5. Reminder on donut sales/ finish signing up
  6. Pay to Play and athletic paperwork-- reminder
  7. Go through calendar-- September 16th!
  8. Veterans-- want to help with Sept. 16th event?
  9. Code of Conduct
  10. Finish interview
  11. Present interviews
  12. Homework: Be ready to present interview , bring athletic paperwork and driver/ rider by TOMORROW

September 8

  1. Sit wherever you want-- this is your seat for the year!
  2. Turn in your athletic paperwork and driver/ rider agreeement
  3. Word of the Day: Philosophy
  4. September 16th-- attendance and drivers
  5. Philosophy Phriday! What is philosophy?
  6. Present interviews
  7. Homework: Attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian

Week 2: September 11 – 15

September 11

  1. Word of the Day: case
  2. NVHS workshop permission slips
  3. "Dance Party" tickets! Sell 5!
  4. Finish interview speeches
  5. Group pic on THURSDAY-- reminder
  6. Choice of events
  7. Group responsibilities:
    • Radio, Oratory, Expository-- brainstorm topics, share with a partner to get feedback, bring and read 1 or more articles on your topic
    • Po Fo-- decide who will research AFF and NEG, find and print one article on your topic, read it
    • LD-- find a partner, decide who will research AFF and NEG, find and pring one article on your topic, read it
  8. Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (first is Thursday from 4:30-6 in rm 27), practice today at lunch (#27) and from 4-6pm (tech center), NV workshop is Saturday, group picture on Thursday in class-- dress professionally!

September 12

  1. Word of the Day: expository
  2. NVHS workshop permission slips
  3. "Dance Party" tickets! Sell 5!
  4. Finish interview speeches
  5. Group pic on THURSDAY-- reminder
  6. Choice of events
  • Group responsibilities: Radio, Oratory, Expository-- brainstorm topics, share with a partner and then Sully to get feedback, print and read 1 or more articles on your topic
  • Po Fo-- decide who will research AFF and NEG, find and print one article on your topic, read it
  • LD-- find a partner, decide who will research AFF and NEG, find and print one article on your topic, read it
  1. Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (first is Thursday from 4:30-6 in rm 27), practice today at lunch (#27) and from 4-6pm (tech center), NV workshop is Saturday, group picture on Thursday in class-- dress professionally

September 13

  1. Word of the Day: framework
  2. NVHS workshop permission slips-- last call and rides!
  3. Donut reminder
  4. Finish interview speeches
  5. Group pic on THURSDAY-- reminder
  6. READ THIS info on framework if doing debate  
  7. Work in small lab
  • Radio-- start writing your radio! Use this structure: Intro with name and station, hook audience, then write multiple body paragraphs about your topic, close with your name and station. Give credit to sources and keep track of all websites. Make a works cited page.
  • Oratory-- start writing your oratory! Use this structure: Intro that hooks audience-- consider a personal story, explain the topic, body paragraphs that teach and persuade on the topic (use historic fact, statistics, stories, etc.), close by restating topic and giving listeners something to think about! Keep track of sources and credit them in your piece. Make a works cited page.
  • Expository-- start writing your expository! Use this structure: Intro that hooks the audience, several body paragraphs teaching about the topic-- include sources of information, closing that gives listeners something to think about! Keep track of sources and make a works cited page.
  • Po Fo-- Continue finding articles, and start writing your case. Use this structure: State side of resolution WORD FOR WORD, define terms, share a weighing mechanism, explain the topic, give three contentions and include sources of info.
  • LD-- Continue finding articles, and start writing your case. Use this structure: State side of resolution WORD FOR WORD, define terms, share a value and criterion, explain the topic, give three contentions and include sources of info.
  1. Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (first is Thursday from 4:30-6 in rm 27), Monday after school from 4-6pm (tech center), NV workshop is Saturday, group picture on TOMORROW in class-- dress professionally

September 14

  1. GROUP PICTURE!!!!!
  2. Word of the Day: contention
  3. NVHS workshop reminder
  4. Donut reminder
  5.   
  6. Work in small lab
  • Radio-- Continue your script and share with Sullivan
  • Oratory-- Continue your script and share with Sullivan
  • Expository-- Continue your script and share with Sullivan
  • Po Fo-- Continue case and share with Sullivan-- watch synposis
  • topic synopsis
  • LD-- Continue writing case and share with Sullivan
  1. Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (first is Thursday from 4:30-6 in rm 27), practice Monday after school from 4-6pm (tech center), NV workshop is Saturday

September 15

  1. Word of the Day: student congress
  2. NVHS workshop reminder-- 8 am tomorrow and bring a lunch!
  3. Run throughs-- Blake and Payten
  4. Philosophy Phriday
  5. Legislation and choose bills on which to write speeches
  6. Congress speech structure: Quick intro, state your side ("I stand in affirmation/ negation of a bill/ resolution to...), give contentions supporting your side with some research, restate your side; keep track of sources and print any articles that might be useful to you
  7.   
  • Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (next is Saturday from 5-6:30 in tech center), practice Monday after school from 4-6pm (tech center), NV workshop is Saturday, congress speech due Friday-- BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS!

Week 3: September 18 – 22

September 18

  1. Word of the Day: bill
  2. Workshop debrief
  3. Finish interview speeches
  4. Continue legislation and choose bills on which to write speeches
  5. Congress speech structure: Quick intro, state your side ("I stand in affirmation/ negation of a bill/ resolution to...), give contentions supporting your side with some research, restate your side; keep track of sources and print any articles that might be useful to you
  6. Sign up for upcoming events
  7.   
  • Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (next is Wednesday from 5:30-7 in rm 27), practice TODAY after school from 4-6pm (tech center), congress speech due Friday-- BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS

September 19

  1. Word of the Day: presiding officer/ PO
  2. Schedule for presenting current events
  3. Work on Congress speech and event-- inside and outside of class
  4. See Sullivan at lunch, etc.?
  5. Congress speech structure: Quick intro, state your side ("I stand in affirmation/ negation of a bill/ resolution to...), give contentions supporting your side with some research, restate your side; keep track of sources and print any articles that might be useful to you
  6.   
  • Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (next is Wednesday from 5:30-7 in rm 27), practice TODAY at lunch rm 27, congress speech due Friday-- BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS, debate cases due this FRIDAY, all other scripts due next FRIDAY
  • Upcoming presentations
  • Sept. 26: Po Fo Hearne/ Mitchell v. Gilliland/ Zavala
  • Sept. 27: Po Fo Banry/ Fox v. Tartaglio/ Yeo
  • Sept. 28: LD Wood v. Baymiller
  • Oct. 2: Expos-- Chase, Skyler, Maddi Impromptu-- Jack, Maddi
  • Oct. 4: Oratory-- Charles, Seth Radio-- Billi, Carisa, JC, Payten
  • Oct. 9: Parli-- Worthylake/ Mitchell v. _____/ ______; Oratory-- Brooke
  • Oct. 10:  Po Fo Lindbloom/ Arnold v. Webb/ Pochatko
  • Oct. 11:  LD Beck v. _______
  • Oct. 12:  Poetry-- Payten

September 20

  1. Word of the Day: value
  2. Donut sales reminder
  3. Work on Congress speech and event-- inside and outside of class
  4. Congress speech structure: Quick intro, state your side ("I stand in affirmation/ negation of a bill/ resolution to...), give contentions supporting your side with some research, restate your side; keep track of sources and print any articles that might be useful to you
  5.   
  • Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, attend ONE parent meeting with your parent or guardian (next is TODAY from 5:30-7 in rm 27), practice TUESDAY at lunch rm 27 and 4-6 in tech center, congress speech due Friday-- BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS, debate cases due this FRIDAY, all other scripts due next FRIDAY
  • Upcoming presentations
  • Sept. 26: Po Fo Hearne/ Mitchell v. Gilliland/ Zavala
  • Sept. 27: Po Fo Banry/ Fox v. Tartaglio/ Yeo
  • Sept. 28: LD Wood v. Baymiller
  • Oct. 2: Expos-- Chase, Skyler, Maddi Impromptu-- Jack, Maddi, Blake
  • Oct. 4: Oratory-- Charles, Seth Radio-- Billi, Carisa, JC, Payten
  • Oct. 9: Parli-- Worthylake/ Mitchell v. _____/ ______; Oratory-- Brooke
  • Oct. 10:  Po Fo Lindbloom/ Arnold v. Webb/ Pochatko
  • Oct. 11:  LD Beck v. _______
  • Oct. 12:  Poetry-- Payten

September 21

  1. Word of the Day: criterion
  2. Donut sales reminder
  3. Powder Puff concessions on Oct. 11?
  4. Easybib
  5. Work on Congress speech and event-- inside and outside of class
  6. Congress speech structure: Quick intro, state your side ("I stand in affirmation/ negation of a bill/ resolution to...), give contentions supporting your side with some research, restate your side; keep track of sources and print any articles that might be useful to you
  7.   
  • Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is Sept. 28th, practice TUESDAY at lunch rm 27 and 4-6 in tech center, congress speech due TOMORROW-- BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS, debate cases due TOMORROW, all other scripts due next FRIDAY
  • Upcoming presentations
  • Sept. 26: Po Fo Hearne/ Mitchell v. Gilliland/ Zavala
  • Sept. 27: Po Fo Banry/ Fox v. Tartaglio/ Yeo
  • Sept. 28: LD Wood v. Baymiller
  • Oct. 2: Expos-- Chase, Skyler, Maddi Impromptu-- Jack, Maddi, Blake
  • Oct. 4: Oratory-- Charles, Seth Radio-- Billi, Carisa, JC, Payten
  • Oct. 9: Parli-- Worthylake/ Mitchell v. _____/ ______; Oratory-- Brooke
  • Oct. 10:  Po Fo Lindbloom/ Arnold v. Webb/ Pochatko
  • Oct. 11:  LD Beck v. _______
  • Oct. 12:  Poetry-- Payten

September 22

  1. Word of the Day: resolution
  2. Philosophy Phriday/ check congress speeches
  3. Crash Course Ep 3
  4. Practice congress!
  5.   
  • Homework: Sell "Dance Party" tickets-- event is THURSDAY, practice TUESDAY at lunch rm 27 and 4-6 in tech center, debate cases due TODAY, all other scripts due next FRIDAY
  • Upcoming presentations
  • Sept. 26: Po Fo Hearne/ Mitchell v. Gilliland/ Zavala
  • Sept. 27: Po Fo Banry/ Fox v. Tartaglio/ Yeo
  • Sept. 28: LD Wood v. Baymiller
  • Oct. 2: Expos-- Chase, Skyler, Maddi Impromptu-- Jack, Maddi, Blake
  • Oct. 4: Oratory-- Charles, Seth Radio-- Billi, Carisa, JC, Payten
  • Oct. 9: Parli-- Worthylake/ Mitchell v. _____/ ______; Oratory-- Brooke, Blake
  • Oct. 10:  Po Fo Lindbloom/ Arnold v. Webb/ Pochatko
  • Oct. 11:  LD Beck v. _______
  • Oct. 12:  Poetry-- Payten
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Week 4: September 25 – 29

September 25

September 26

September 27

September 28

September 29

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Week 5: October 2 – 6

October 2

October 3

October 4

October 5

October 6

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Week 6: October 9 – 13

October 9

October 10

October 11r

October 12

October 13

State Inservice – No School

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Week 7: October 16 – 20

October 16

October 17

October 18

October 19

October 20

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Week 8: October 23 – 27

October 23

October 24

October 25

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 26

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 27

Parent/Teacher Conferences

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Week 9: October 30 – November 3

October 30

October 31

November 1

November 2

November 3

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Week 10: November 6 – 10

November 6

November 7

November 8

November 9

November 10

Veteran's Day – No School

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Week 11: November 13 – 17

November 13

November 14

November 15

November 16

November 17

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Week 12: November 20 – 24

November 20

November 21

November 22

November 23

Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

November 24

Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

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Week 13: November 27 – December 1

November 27

November 28

November 29

November 30

End of Trimester 1

December 1

Teacher Inservice – No School

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