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Demonstration Speech/Presentation
Old 04-07-2010, 09:00 AM
 
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As state assessments wind to a close I like to do more projects with my kids. Does anyone have any suggestions about demonstration speeches? Topic Ideas- that work with 5th graders? (I've searched the net but come up with more adult topics). Thanks!


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How to speeches are always fun. The students have to teach the class how to do something. They have to give a little history first, explain their interest and then demonstrate each step. It is neat because they can usually bring in some sort of hobby. Origami, magic tricks, dance steps, and scrapbooking are popular topic choices. When I did this I wish I would have said no food - as the cooking ones got repetitive.

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Some excellent 4-H resources
Old 04-11-2010, 08:39 AM
 
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4-H has a public presentation program and this link http://nys4h.cce.cornell.edu/program...sentations.php has excellent rubrics, some model talks, etc. that you may find helpful.
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