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Introduce a Classmate Speech
Transcript of Introduce a Classmate Speech
Year 6 English
Interview your partner:
1. What is your name?
2. What is your favorite food?
3. What are your hobbies?
4. If you could meet anyone in the world (dead or alive) who would it be and why?
How to start the speech:
"Today I am going to tell you a little about Kevin,"or
"Today, I would like to introduce you to Kevin,"
Prepare your speech.
Some students prefer to write the speech out word-for-word, while others prefer to prepare an outline or note cards to take with them when they give their speeches.
Choose whichever speech-preparation method you think will suit you best.
Deliver your speech to the class.
Use your notes with you to help you stay on track and to make sure that you cover all of your main points, but do not read off of the page the entire time.
Make frequent eye contact with your audience, and try to relax and have fun introducing your new friend and classmate.
An example of a good speech: