Laerskool  De Vrije Zee  Primary School         

                                      

Speech Hub

We invite educators or learners of any primary school to make use of our service of delivering a relevant motivational speech right on your ‘doorstep’ by means of an e-mail and yes, free of charge of course.

OUR PURPOSE

To equip our youth with relevant speeches in order for them to develop their speaking skills and to enable them to present speeches with excellence.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT          

Our learners get the opportunities at school to present individual orals in front of an audience. To ensure  the further development of their speaking skills, we need to exploit the potential which is lying dormant in many of our learners. Therefore, I believe that every child needs to be given a chance to develop his or her speaking skills. Through development, they can improve their results for oral in school. This is, of course, also an investment for the future. Sometimes we need to sell ourselves e.g. with a job interview and  we do this by way of mouth.Invest now, request the speech you want your learners must present, and reap the benefits later. 


GOALS TO ACHIEVE PRESENTING A SPEECH


  • Improve confidence
  • Improve a positive self-image
  • To improve concentration
  • Improve verbal communication skills
  • To be able to recall information
  • To be able to memorize information
  • To be persuasive
  • To improve posture
  • To speak with the correct volume and speed
  • To be able to speak with the needed continuity
  • To be able to speak with emotion
  • To be able to put thoughts in chronological order
  • To know the form of a good speech

WHAT I NEED TO KNOW

  • Language of your preference: Afrikaans / English
  • The length of your speech
  • The topic and any information concerning the speech (PS: Preferably a motivational kind of speech)
  • The date the speech must be ready (topic must be given 2-3 weeks in advance)

CONTACT FORM

e-mail address: gvsgvs1081@gmail.com     

Yours sincerely

George van Schalkwyk