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* Like the character you will embody in the Reacting to the Past game, you all have cultural values, personal experiences, values, spiritual beliefs that shape how you live your life. In crafting your individual arguments for your Position Papers, you will need to consider the backgrounds, values and the perspective of your character. Your speech should reflect those experiences, cultural values and beliefs and the action they are asking all players to take in support of their perspective!
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* Like the character you will embody in the Reacting to the Past game, you all have cultural values, personal experiences, values, spiritual beliefs that shape how you live your life and define what is most important to you. In crafting your individual arguments for your Position Papers, you will need to consider the backgrounds, values and the perspective of your character. Your speech should reflect those experiences, cultural values and beliefs and the action they are asking all players to take in support of their perspective!
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!!! Public Speaking Power
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!!Public Speaking Power
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* Find a partner! (You will change partners a few times!) Explain/discuss your quotes meaning to one another!
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* Find a partner! (You will change partners a few times!)
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** Pace yourself! Read your quote aloud. Don't rush in explaining your quote, speak slowly. Make sure and clearly explain what your quote means and what meaning it holds for you. Make a statement. Make sure that your partner can hear you clearly.
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** Pace yourself! Read your quote aloud. Don't rush in explaining your quote, speak slowly. Make sure and clearly explain what your quote means and what meaning it holds for you. Make a statement. Make sure that your partner can hear you clearly.
** Explain/discuss your quotes meaning to one another!
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'''For example: "Go and live your young lives!" ~ Marquez(Teacher)
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**'''For example: "Go and live your young lives!" ~ Marquez(Teacher)'''
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!!! Stepping up to Speak Your Truth!
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!!! Speaking to Connect!
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* Find a partner! (You will change partners a few times!) Share your quote. Explain/discuss your quotes meaning to one another!

* Like the character
you will embody in the Reacting to the Past game, you all have cultural values, personal experiences, values, spiritual beliefs that shape how you live your life. In crafting your individual arguments for your Position Papers, you will need to consider the backgrounds and values from the perspective of your character. Your speech should reflect those experiences, cultural values and beliefs and the action they are asking all players to take in support of their point of view!
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* Find a partner! (You will change partners a few times!) Explain/discuss your quotes meaning to one another!
** As you work with you partners,
you will need to maintain Eye Contact the entire time.
** You and your partner will need to remain standing and maintain good posture as you have your conversation. Try to remain in standing in place.
** Try
to not gesture too much with your hands.
** Pace yourself! Read
your quote aloud. Don't rush in explaining your quote, speak slowly. Make sure and clearly explain what your quote means and what meaning it holds for you. Make a statement. Make sure that your partner can hear you clearly.

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!!! What was the purpose of this exercise?

* You just practiced the strategies that Lily Lamboy encourages students to consider in giving their speeches!

* Like the character you will embody in the Reacting to the Past game, you all have cultural values, personal experiences, values, spiritual beliefs that shape how you live your life. In crafting your individual arguments for your Position Papers, you will need to consider the backgrounds, values and the perspective of your character. Your speech should reflect those experiences, cultural values and beliefs and the action they are asking all players to take in support of their perspective!
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* On the note card provided, share your Personal Bio.
** Introduce yourself as though the readers
of your Bio have
never met you:
** Start With Your Name, the city
you are from, and where you graduated from high school.
** How did I get here to TAMU-CC?
** What is your major? What do you hope to spend your life doing?
** What are your personal interests/hobbies?
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* On the note card provided, write your first name in the top left hand corner of the paper. On the top right hand corner, a culture that you identify with, and on the bottom center of the card your major/future profession.

* In the center of the card, think about your past and think about the people whose advice has had the most meaning to you. Write a meaningful quote/message you heard from someone influential in your life. Write down the message in quotation marks and the name of the person who said it.
'''For example: "Go and live your young lives!" ~ Marquez(Teacher)

* Find a partner! (You will change partners a few times!) Share your quote. Explain/discuss your quotes meaning to one another!

* Like the character you will embody in the Reacting to the Past game, you all have cultural values, personal experiences, values, spiritual beliefs that shape how you live your life. In crafting your individual arguments for your Position Papers, you will need to consider the backgrounds and values from the perspective of your character. Your speech should reflect those experiences, cultural values and beliefs and the action they are asking all players to take in support of their point of view!







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!!! Let's dive into Ms. Lamboy's Workshop!
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!!! Let's dive into Ms. Lamboy's Workshop!

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!!! Stepping up to Speak Your Truth!

* On the note card provided, share your Personal Bio.
** Introduce yourself as though the readers of your Bio have
never met you:
** Start With Your Name, the city you are from, and where you graduated from high school.
** How did I get here to TAMU-CC?
** What is your major? What do you hope to spend your life doing?
** What are your personal interests/hobbies?
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!!! Stepping up to Speak Your Truth!

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!!! Let's get some tips from a former Reacting to the Past-er: [[Attach:lilylamboy.pptx|Lily Lamboy Speaking Videos]]

!!! Let's dive into Ms. Lamboy's Workshop!