Without hesitation

March 26, 2014 

Seventh graders at Pleasant Lea Middle School in Niki Stanleys Speech and Theater class played Zip, Zap, Zop, March 25 to loosen them up before giving their first speeches on the second day of class. A student starts by saying Zip, looking and pointng randomly to another, who responds with Zap pointing to a third who is supposed to say Zop and the round starts again. Fast. Say the wrong word or hesitate and you’re out.

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Seventh graders at Pleasant Lea Middle School in Niki Stanleys Speech and Theater class played Zip, Zap, Zop, March 25 to loosen them up before giving their first speeches on the second day of class. A student starts by saying Zip, looking and pointng randomly to another, who responds with Zap pointing to a third who is supposed to say Zop and the round starts again. Fast. Say the wrong word or hesitate and you’re out.

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