Using this Parent's Guide, parents of speech students easily keep up with their students’ assignments from class. NCFCA’s speech curriculum promotes excellence in communication skills through the complete instructions in the Coach’s Manual and the Competitor’s Handbook. In order to effectively communicate to many audiences, students practice skills for articulate speaking and critical thinking.
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This Guide is the perfect resource for parents who may not serve as a designated speech coach, but wish to encourage and inspire their children in practice and competition. Parents of speech students easily keep up with their students’ assignments from class. The Guide includes links for supplementary PowerPoint presentations and streaming demonstration videos.
For the 2017–2018 competitive NCFCA season, supplements are now included for After Dinner Speaking and Original Oratory Platform events. Receive all necessary material to teach these speeches as PDF downloads with the purchase of any NCFCA Comprehensive Guide to Speech product.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE BOOK?
- Notes, summaries, objectives, and assignments for instruction material
- Assignment worksheets and completed samples
The NCFCA Comprehensive Guide to Speech (Parent's Guide)
First Edition, October 2016
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