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CC9.6A a. Use talk to explore own and others' ideas and to express understanding.

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CC9.6A b. Read aloud short prose passages to support a point.

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CC9.6A c. Participate in dramatic speaking experiences such as role plays and dramatic readings.

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CC9.6A d. Give oral presentations to different audiences for various purposes, such as summaries, narratives, persuasive topics, inquiry projects, and impromptu and dramatic speeches.

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CC9.6A e. Demonstrate respect for the needs, rights, and feelings of others.

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CC9.6A f. Establish a controlling impression or coherent thesis that conveys a clear and distinctive perspective on the subject and maintain a consistent tone and focus through the presentation.

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CC9.6A g. Support a position acknowledging opposing views.

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CC9.6A h. Organize ideas in appropriate format and sequence ideas and information clearly and logically.

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CC9.6A i. Move smoothly and logically from one point to another.

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CC9.6A j. Adjust language and tone to suit audience, purpose, and situation.

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CC9.6A k. Adjust volume, tone, pitch, and pace of speech to create effect and enhance communication.

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CC9.6A l. Use gestures, facial expressions, visual aids, and other non-verbal cues effectively to enhance meaning of talk.

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CC9.6A m. Hold audience's attention.

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CC9.6A n. Present ideas and opinion in response to a topic or presentation.

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CC9.6A o. Apply rules for co-operative or whole class debate and discussion on controversial issues.

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CC9.6A p. Solve a problem or understand a task through group co-operation.

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CC9.6A q. Define group roles using consensus to ensure task is understood and completed.

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CC9.6A r. Analyze oral statements made by self and others.

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CC9.6A s. Generalize from several comments and points made.

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CC9.6A t. Experiment with speaking in formal situations (e.g., debates, meetings, presentation to an unfamiliar audience).

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