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After the oral presentations, groups should glue the print ad, the storyboard, the radio script, the press release, and the logo and tag line to the poster. Have them attach the packaging to the poster in such a way that it allows all sides of the package to be seen. For example, they could tie a string to the package and tape the string to the poster, allowing the package to hang freely. Hang the posters in the hall or on a class wall for everyone to see. Add a large banner that reads TRY IT! YOU’LL LIKE IT!
Then ask them to go back over their poem and draw a line through every “I see,” “I hear,” “I taste,” etc. , leaving them with Waves. Palm trees. Seagulls. ) Students should add adjectives and adverbs to the remaining phrases to make them more vibrant and clear. , Angry, storm-tossed waves. ) Then have students scan their poems to find places where they could add similes, metaphors, and personification. Have students review the poems for word choices which could improve alliteration and assonance.
PITCH: “Pitch” is the highs and lows of a person’s speaking voice. Without a varied range of pitch, a speech will sound monotone and dull. Vocal warmups are helpful before oral reports. For instance, students can say, “Aaaaaah,” over a 10-second period, starting at the top of their register and sliding down into their lower register. Singing songs that have a wide range of notes is helpful—and fun. 6. ST ANCE: It is important to stand straight and tall and confidently when speaking. Do not sway, pace, rock, or cross your legs.
20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards by Michael Gravois