Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Room 8 Speeches

Room 8 have been studying Movie Magic. Part of making movies, is speaking clearly. We put this into practice by planning, crafting, practicing and presenting speeches. The topics we chose, were topics that would influence the thinking of others. We hope you enjoy!

The Homeless Man Who Won The Lotto.

Orientation: Long ago in the nineties there lived a man called Sam (homeless man). He lived in the streets with no family or home. He looked old, wrinkly, slow and hungry. But... one day he found $100 dollars in the street. He put his money in his right pocket. He then went to the shop and bought a lotto ticket, he put his ticket in his left pocket. Problem: When he was walking, the ticket fell out of his left pocket because his clothes were so old. He thought the ticket was in his pocket but when he felt that it wasn’t in his pocket, he was jumping up and down with rage.OH NO! Solution: The rest of the money that he had left he went to the shop and brought another lotto ticket. When he went to the dairy he checked it in, and it was a winning ticket.So the homeless man that won the lotto was the richest man in the word. He went to this place called The Skydiving Experience. He was on the biggest plane in the world and jumped off and skydive. THE END.

Speech Reflections.

How did you feel about presenting your speech to the class? I felt confident to present it to our class.

What was the hardest part about preparing a speech?
The hardest part on preparing our speech was to trying to get it ready before the speech day.

What did you enjoy most about speeches?
I enjoyed that we could present our speeches to everyone in the class.

How could you improve your speech making next time?
I could work more hard on it and practise more and more.

Shade in the squares to give your speech a rating out of TEN:


Famous New Zealand Actor.