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How to write and deliver a speech

How to write and deliver a speech

Detailed advice on how to develop a convincing line of argument and engage your audience, as well as a checklist of the language features of a formal speech. The resource includes comprehensive notes on the following aspects to support students plan and rehearse a speech:

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Writing a speech

Writing a speech

Subject: English

Age range: 14-16

Resource type: Worksheet/Activity

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Last updated

28 August 2020

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Speech Writing - KS3 

(59-slide editable PowerPoint-led unit of work with 6 worksheets) 

KS3 English - Speech Writing is a five lesson unit of work which explains how to write an effective speech. It guides pupils through the process of how to plan, draft, write and redraft an effective speech.

Speech Writing - KS3 covers the following:

- Mind the GAP - Genre, Audience and Purpose – why it's important in speech writing

- How to plan, structure and organise a speech

- The key techniques of speech writing

- Exemplar speeches for modelling and assessment

- Identifying problems and creating solutions

To preview Speech Writing - KS3 please click on the images from the PowerPoint presentation.

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