To give a short talk to the rest of the class on something that you like doing.
Speak for 5 minutes.
Talk about one of your hobbies, on a favourite book or film, or on something that really interests you. It's up to you what subject you choose.
Write a few notes on a piece of paper to help you. It's a good idea to write the order that you're going to talk about things.
Visual aids will make your talk more interesting. Visual aids are things like pictures, posters, objects or props. You can even write on the white board if you wish.
However, you cannot create and present a PowerPoint!
Writing a plan first will help (in your homework book); decide on the order of what you are going to say. Try not to write everything down on a piece of paper and just read off a script.
It would be very useful to practice your talk at home in front of your family. Remember to talk to your audience (eye contact), use a clear, loud voice, so everything can be properly understood.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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