Empower your child to overcome the fear of speaking in front of a crowd and experience them speak confidently in our captive project event.
Developing and strengthening your child’s public speaking skills with speech fluency and grammatical accuracy heightens their confidence. Our public speaking classes encourage children to influence decisions, form essential connections and motivate change through a powerful language. Though a critical skill to have, most of us do not have our thoughts and words in place when we are on stage. Some children are born leaders, while others fear the stage presence.
With our online public speaking course for kids, you would notice that your child has developed their communication skills, plans their words before speaking, and sharpened their persuasion power. As a result, there is a drastic change in their academic improvement, public performance, coherent expression, listening skills, self-confidence and organisational skills. It is also proven that children trained in public speaking are better at extempore, quizzes, theatrics and debates – all of which are essential skills to be included in a CV.
We prepare the children by assisting them in writing and delivering a speech, overcoming stage fear, surmounting stranger anxiety and becoming a certified public speaker.
Write and deliver a speech
Surmount stage fear
Overcome stranger anxiety
Become a certified Public Speaker
A grand opportunity to stage the students where they will perform live in our annual SPEAKATHON event.
9 – 15 years
Preparatory Stage -Prepare yourself mentally and brace yourself with all the required skills and traits
Constructional Stage –Plan, structure and organise your content to ensure seamless delivery
Oratory Stage -Apply all the components of an effective speech and transform into an impactful orator
|TOPICS||Setting intention and organised thinking||Analysing audience needs||Captivating the audience|
|Building vocabulary||Profiling the audience||Citations and quotes|
|Structuring and segmenting your sentences||Shifting of mind track||Rhythm of speech|
|Listening skills||Choosing the appropriate topics||Silence and pauses|
|Setting the right tonality||Outlining the core||Intonated vs Realistic delivery|
|Articulating||Preparing aids||Probing and audience engagement|
|Body language||Sourcing and resourcing||Persuasive speech|
|Building confidence in front of the crowd||Importance of OER||Need for breaks|
|Physical and mental relaxation||Mental mapping||Acceptance and acknowledgement|
|Backup planning||Be pleasantly audacious|
|Setting the right duration||Dealing with attacking and complex questions|
|Memorable speech writing||Speech closure|
|Rehearsals and techniques|
|Preparing for Q and A|
Content guide – soft copy