Date of publication: 2017-09-03 16:26
T o generate more impromptu public speaking topics:
Many topics for you to try. Some of these came from IELTS and other textbooks, others are from websites. You can also see TWE (Test of Written English) topics from the TOEFL exam here. Use CTRL+F to find keywords or topics from this page in your browser.
655 demonstration speech topic ideas to help you prepare for your next public speaking assignment. These how-to topics are fun to talk about and cover a huge range of activities - you're bound to find one to work with!
Read this example motivational speech on losing weight - it will give you some ideas of what to include in a presentation in order to motivate your audience and inspire them to take action.
When you're asked to prepare a speech, you're often given a specific time frame in which you have to deliver it. And it can be quite challenging to ensure your speech will fit into that time frame as you're writing it.
Using a persuasive speech and outline before you begin writing on your chosen topic will allow you to create a presentation that flows more smoothly, not only when you're putting it down on paper but when you're presenting it as well.
(And, yes, I know that's an understatement! I've been there as the parent AND as the teacher. Finding that gem of a topic lighting up a child's imagination can be a mutually exhausting exercise. Hopefully this page will provide the speech idea you need very quickly.)
868 topics, instructions for introducing and running a session on One Minute Speeches, plus activity variations in an instantly available format. A great reusable impromptu speaking resource for busy teachers! Have a look.
In addition to the controversy over enslavement and violent rule, the “Age of Exploration” Columbus led had the additional consequence of bringing new diseases to the New World which would, over time, devastate the native populations of many New World islands and communities. In the broader sense, historians have used the phrase “Columbian exchange” to describe the exchange of plants, animals and goods between the East and West that his voyages sparked. Though the effects were widespread and cannot all be dismissed as negative, critics of Columbus have asserted that the worst aspects of this exchange added up to biological warfare.
Ever sat through a boring speech? I know I have - and there's nothing worse than listening to someone droning on about something that interests us very little.