We offer public speaking workshops ranging from 2 hours to two lessons of 2h each.
These are suitable for kids ages 6 to 10. They are introductory level courses and students will learn through play/role-playing.
Typically these workshops are held during school holidays. Drop us a message or register your interest on our website to find out about our future classes.
What are the key learning outcomes of our public speaking courses?
Module I: Power Voice
Draft and present a self introduction
Learn about the key elements of a powerful speech
Do a presentation or role play a scenario from memory with your power voice
Module II: Power Poses
Learn power poses and power actions
Incorporate power poses/actions into a memorized speech
How to communicate clearly and confidently
WATCH OUR PUBLIC SPEAKING STUDENTS IN ACTION!
Before: Introducing themselves
After: Role playing confidently
What are the benefits of public speaking classes for kids?
1. Improved Communication Skills: Public speaking classes help children develop effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills. They learn how to articulate their thoughts, express themselves clearly, and use body language to enhance their message.
2. Boost in Confidence: Regular practice of public speaking builds confidence in children. They learn to overcome stage fright, speak in front of an audience, and handle nervousness. This newfound confidence extends beyond public speaking and can positively impact various areas of their lives.
3. Enhanced Critical Thinking: Public speaking encourages children to think critically and organize their ideas logically. They learn to analyze information, evaluate arguments, and present persuasive speeches. These skills can benefit them in academic pursuits and future professional endeavors.
4. Effective Presentation Skills: Kids gain valuable presentation skills through public speaking classes. They learn how to structure a speech, use visual aids effectively, and engage an audience. These skills are essential for delivering compelling presentations in school, college, and later in their careers.
5. Improved Social Skills: Public speaking classes provide opportunities for children to interact with their peers, receive feedback, and collaborate on group activities. They develop better listening skills, learn to give constructive criticism, and appreciate diverse perspectives.
6. Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking: Many people have a fear of public speaking, and starting at a young age can help children overcome this fear early on. By gradually exposing them to speaking in front of others, public speaking classes can help children become more comfortable and confident communicators.
Overall, public speaking classes for kids offer a supportive environment for learning and honing crucial skills that can positively impact their personal and professional lives.