How do you write a student council speech?

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Your student council speech should always have a beginning, a middle and an end. May sure you give a good introduction of yourself and what you intent to do. You can find more information here: http://www.speech-topics-help.com/student-council-speech-idea.html
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1. Decide what your message should be. You might have a teacher, advisor or another authority figure tell you what to write. If you're not told what to do, look at the school around
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1. Think about it. Why do you want to join Student Council? What will you do once you join Student Council? Think about these questions. If you can't answer them, you might want to
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Begin with an introduction like good morning, good afternoon, or hello fellow students. Next, tell the viewers what your name is, what grade you're in, and what you're running for
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You need to Select an issue that is very important to you and go out there and tell the rest of the world why. Watch Obama, what ever you think about the man, he is good at giving
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How to Write a Speech for the Student Council
Whether you're the president of the student council or hoping to ghostwrite a piece for someone else, writing a speech can be fun and rewarding. You'll have two goals: to motivate and educate. After providing the listeners with relevant facts and some... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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A student council speech is little different than any other public speaking. Open with your purpose, give your points, prove your points, restate the points, close reviewing your purpose. Every speech should be gear towards the listener. You don't want to give a speech at a doctoral level to a group of kids entering their first year of middle school.  
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