Fluency and Fun: ESL Speaking Games for Shy Kids and Beginners
This is a one time class with fun games, speaking drills, and fluency exercises for shy kids and beginning speakers. (8-12 public speaking, fluency, ESL, shy)
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These are fun, actor based drills that help speakers relax, slow down, and play the role of a confident and fluent public speaker. Students will also learn basic public speaking terminology. For the past 20 years I have been working as an actor, director, educator, and business coach. I have found that the tools actors use to warm up and show up for a performance are also vital life skills. I will keep the class interactive and fun, encouraging confidence. Each session will include: 5...
2 files available upon enrollmentA one page handout of tongue twisters will be provided. A one page list of poems, limericks, and songs will be provided. Please print these handouts so students have a copy. I will also share my screen to help them with the material.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Positive feedback and encouragement.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I will use tongue twisters, poems, songs, and theater games.
SondaActor/Director/Theatre Artist/Acting Coach/Fluency Coach
80 total reviews
130 completed classes
Sonda Staley teaches public speaking, fluency, and beginning to advanced acting classes in monologues, open scenes, scene study, understanding and playing Shakespeare, and character development. Sonda's background as an educator and...