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Speech and Debate

Wax Museum

1.  Research a famous speech that you would like to present in character.

2.  With a partner, gather information about this person (life, background, history)

3.  Write down information that will help your audience understand the person, and s/he gave the speech.

4.  Practice reading your speech, so that you have it memorised.

 

Here are some links to famous people and their speeches:

 

http://mocomi.com/learn/culture/speeches/

 

http://www.famous-speeches-and-speech-topics.info/famous-speeches-and-speech-topics-sitemap.htm

 

https://www.englishtrackers.com/english-blog/10-famous-speeches-in-english-and-what-you-can-learn-from-them/

 

http://www.ranker.com/list/famous-short-speeches/william-neckard

 

http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/entertainment/people/the-10-greatest-all-time-speeches-by-10-inspirational-women-79732

 

http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/20-best-inspirational-speeches-from-the-movies.html