A speech is an extended textual composition. May be based on a verbal or visual stimulus. A speech, like the article, requires a student to express his/her own opinion on a given subject. Write about 3-5 paragraphs.
•Heading or title
•Introduction-salutation- Addressing the audience, self-introduction- and introducing the topic
•Logically develop your argument. Credit is given for creativity in presenting ideas. •Points should be well organized and linked. Should read fluently. •Use rich vocabulary. Spellings must be correct. Use idiomatic expressions
•Give different thoughts.
•Points should be coherent.
•You can take up different issues.
•Discuss the connected themes as well.
•Discuss problems if any and provide solutions.
•Arrive towards a conclusion.
•Repeat and reiterate your point of view.
•Correct voice (passive, active) and tense to be used.
•Finally, give a very strong conclusion.
Speech: Forgiveness makes, anger mars
By The Speech Writer
Good morning respected Principal, teachers and my dear friends! This is The Speech Deliverer from 10-A, delivering a speech on, “Forgiveness makes, anger mars.”
In today’s hectic times anyone can hurt us anytime—and that too without any rhyme or reason or fault of ours! May be we can also do the same to others. We always look for a healing touch after someone has hurt, humiliated or insulted us. A wise man will make haste to forgive because he knows the true value of time, and will not suffer it to pass away in unnecessary pain. On the other hand, anger is a short madness and when a man grows angry, his reason rides out. Fury and anger carry the mind away.
True, anger is never without a reason, but seldom with a good one. In fact anger is the fury and frenzy of the soul. Anger is hard to combat as it is willing to buy revenge with life. By controlling the anger of a minute, one...