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Writing a Speech Poster

PDF | 1 page|Grades: 3 - 7

A poster highlighting the main parts to a speech.

Information includes:

There are 3 main parts to a speech:

1. Introduction:
• State the topic of your speech.
• Engage the audience and state why they should listen to your speech.
• Outline the main points of your speech.

2. The body:
• Discuss your main points and any sub-topics.
• Provide supporting evidence and any further information.

3. The conclusion:
Sum up your ideas and leave the audience with the main message .

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