Take a noun, any noun, and you have the basis for a speech.Author: Niamh
Take a noun, any noun, and you have the basis for a speech. Whether the speech is a good one or not depends on you and what you write about that noun. You might choose to speak about stress or sleep for instance. You might say that stress is good for you or, alternate because it gets you hyped up and ready to win that match. Alternatively you could speak about how bad it is for your health. If you speak about sleep you could expand your speech to speak about how difficult it is to sleep, or speak about the varied positions we hold while sleeping. You might choose a topical subject such as obesity or a more general one such as leadership. Whatever the speech, whatever the words, the same rules apply. You must consider your audience and choose something suitable for them. Capture the attention of that audience with your opening remarks. Make it short and interesting rather than long and boring. Add a touch of humour and end on a thought provoking note.