Oral Communication Steps For Composition and Delivery

1. Identify the rhetorical situation.

Activity: Group 1 (Jo Boaler), Group 2 (Malcolm X), Group 3 (Aziz Ansari),

2. Consider your audience.

Be simple but not simplistic.

Repeat, repeat, repeat.

3. Write a script.
4. Practice everything.

And then practice again. Throw in one or two more practices for good measure. Make sure that you consider content, affect, and technology in your practice sessions.

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