Advanced Public Speaking 1 and 2

Advanced Public Speaking 3 and 4

Trinity College London Speech Communication Arts Assessments





Advanced Public Speaking 1 and 2

(For children 13 and 14 years old)
Skills are developed further and include: contributing constructively to group discussions, speaking expressively from memory pieces of narrative verse and prose that include direct speech from one or more characters and devising and telling original complete stories. Study journals become more detailed, demonstrating a range of personal and original responses to the work undertaken.

Advanced Public Speaking 3 & 4

(For children 15 - 18 years old)
At this level, the core skills should be embedded in the students’ practical work. Activities include identifying and researching a public issue, planning and delivering a talk aimed at their peers. They also learn to speak a poem from memory expressively, displaying an understanding of its meaning and form. They will contribute constructively to group discussions and keep a cohesive, thoughtful and thorough study journal.

Trinity College London Speech Communication Arts Assessments

The Trinity College London Speech Communication Arts Assessments are practical oral assessments that are internationally recognized. In addition to challenging students to achieve the skills they need to succeed in school, they are guaranteed to give students a real edge in the increasingly competitive world of education and employment.

Although encouraged, the assessment is entirely optional. Students can enjoy the whole Lorna Whiston Public Speaking course without entering the assessment.
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