YuYu Yuan and Spencer Travis of The Half Hour return with their One Clap exclusive special edition podcast series about improving Extemporaneous Speaking skills. In The Half Hour: Prep Room, YuYu and Spencer will break down the skills that are especially valued by extemp judges. The third episode of this five part series is about how to go about researching in an extemporaneous round.
Each episode of the Prep Room will tackle a specific question and include a conversation between YuYu and Spencer about how extempers can best approach this question in a way that resonates with judges. In the context of today's episode, the question will be used to frame a discussion about sources and best research practices in an extemp round.
The question: Do schools adequately teach the history of indigenous people in the United States?
No time to waste, Extempers! Get in the Prep Room!
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-----Credits and Credentials-----
Video/Audio Recording: Zoom Video Communications
Production Recording: OBS Studio
Design Production: Adobe Spark
Hosts: YuYu Yuan, Spencer Travis
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Produced By: Spencer Travis
Edited By: Spencer Travis
Powered By: One Clap Speech and Debate Podcast [Lyle Wiley]
Music By: Lyle Wiley (Production: GarageBand)
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