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Writing the main part of a speech

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How to write the main part of your speech.

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Writing the main part of a speech

  1. 1. Mmmmmm BurgersWALT write the main part of a speech...
  2. 2. Mmmmmm BurgersWALT write the main part of a speech...
  3. 3. Burger
  4. 4. BurgerThink of your speech as a burger.You have the burger buns, then you have the meat,cheese, lettuce, tomatoes...all the things that make theburger yummy!
  5. 5. A Burger???
  6. 6. A Burger???The top bun is your introduction
  7. 7. A Burger???The top bun is your introductionThe ‘yummy bits’ are the main part of your speech (thereasons people should agree with you!)
  8. 8. A Burger???The top bun is your introductionThe ‘yummy bits’ are the main part of your speech (thereasons people should agree with you!)The bottom bun is your conclusion
  9. 9. S.E.E.
  10. 10. S.E.E.Remember these 3 letters
  11. 11. S.E.E.Remember these 3 lettersWhat do they stand for?
  12. 12. S.E.E.Remember these 3 lettersWhat do they stand for? You will SEE!
  13. 13. S.E.E.Remember these 3 lettersWhat do they stand for? You will SEE!Use this model to write each reason/point you want tomake (you should have at least 5 different points)
  14. 14. S.E.E.Remember these 3 lettersWhat do they stand for? You will SEE!Use this model to write each reason/point you want tomake (you should have at least 5 different points)For this lesson, my speech topic will be: That the fiveday school week is too long
  15. 15. S.E.E.Remember these 3 lettersWhat do they stand for? You will SEE!Use this model to write each reason/point you want tomake (you should have at least 5 different points)For this lesson, my speech topic will be: That the fiveday school week is too long I have completed my research and I am ready to write my speech.
  16. 16. S...is for Statement
  17. 17. S...is for StatementMake a statement (reason/ point)This should be a brief, to-the-point reasone.g. Five days is too long to be at school becausechildren need time to play
  18. 18. E...is for Explain
  19. 19. E...is for ExplainNow you need to explain what you mean in yourstatement (reason, point)
  20. 20. E...is for ExplainNow you need to explain what you mean in yourstatement (reason, point)You can include facts or proof
  21. 21. E...is for ExplainNow you need to explain what you mean in yourstatement (reason, point)You can include facts or proofe.g. The dictionary defined the word play as ‘engagingin activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than aserious or practical purpose’...shouldn’t our childhoodbe filled with this type of activity rather than learning,learning, chores, chores?
  22. 22. E...is for Example
  23. 23. E...is for ExampleGive an example of what you meanYour examples might come from: Everyday life Movies Stories Your own experiences e.g. I asked 30 children when they are most happy and over 70% of them said they preferred playing than doing homework!
  24. 24. Now to put that all together
  25. 25. Now to put that all together Five days is too long to be at school because children need time to play. The dictionary defined the word play as ‘engaging in activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purpose’...shouldn’t our childhood be filled with this type of activity rather than learning, learning, chores, chores? I asked 30 children when they are most happy and over 70% of them said they preferred playing than doing homework! I now have one of my burger fillings done! Phew that wasn’t too hard
  26. 26. Watch these two great examples of persuasivespeeches...

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