CBSE Class 10 English Worksheet - Speech
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Points to remember:
1. Begin with a formal address to the chief guest, fellow speakers and audience. E.g.,
if you are giving a speech in the school assembly—Good morning respected
principal, teachers and my dear friends, I am Anurag Batra and I am here to
present my views on………
2. It should have a catchy introduction. You may begin with a small incident,
quotation, striking statistical data or a thought provoking question.
3. Give good and relevant content and be to the point.
4. First para.- introduction, second para- details of the topic, third paragraphsuggestions,
if any for the improvement of the situation, fourth para- conclusion,
which should be brief and striking. You must consolidate the points mentioned
earlier and leave the audience thinking.
5. Be original and use good language.
6. You must thank the audience at the end.
A speech given by a student in the assembly.
Respected principal, teachers and my dear friends a very good morning to you.
Myself Anurag Batra am here to give a speech on the topic ‘We should let animals
It is a matter of great joy and satisfaction that today our school is celebrating the
Animal Rights Day. We have thus taken the lead in raising our voice against man’s
cruelty to animals and creating public awareness about preserving the fauna. For
centuries, man has been ruthlessly and wantonly killing animals, such as fox, deer and
stag, elephants, snakes and so on. The years of slaughter have left the number of
several species of animals severely depleted. Today many species of animals which
once roamed the earth have become extinct and many more are facing the danger of
The government has enacted stringent laws against poaching to preserve the
endangered species, still indiscriminate killing of animals goes on. I have collected
statistical data of antler seizures since May 1998. in the year 1998, there was total
seizure of 241 kg of antler from various places. In the year 1999 it was 210 kg. then
there was a lull in the illegal antler trade in 2000. in the year 2001, the traders seem to
have come back with a vengeance. Till 11 September 2001, a huge quantity of 8238
kg. of antler has been seized from various places in Maharashtra.
Now the question arises: what is the purpose behind killing animals? Obviously it is
man’s greed and his commercial interest. Antler is used in making chandeliers, ash
trays, daggers handles and medicines. In fact the most ignominious shopping list of
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