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E. Just a Minute
The class will be divided into groups of five. Each one of you will get a topic to speak on, which will be related to the theme of the unit. A preparation time of one minute will be given. Then, you have to speak for one minute continuously. The teacher will ring the bell to signal the end of a minute. Next person in the team will take over.
The challenges of the one minute speech are to speak without
* hesitation, stuttering and stammering.
* pauses, gesticulations and repetitions.
* deviating from the topic.
Respected principal/Headmaster/Headmistress, teachers and friends.
We are all proud citizens of India. 26th of January is celebrated as Republic Day in India every year. On this day in 1950, India became a Democratic Republic. Celebrations are held every year on this day throughout the country.
On 26th January, 1950 the constitution came into force. We commemorate this day to recall and show respect to the day on which the foundation was officially laid in our country. This means that the people of our country rule them selves and all are equal and free. The government is ruled by elected representatives by the people of our country and hence the supreme power is held by the people of India.
A few suggested topics:
1. My school
2. My country
4. Teachers Day
5. Independence Day
6. Children's Day
7. Pongal celebration
10. Forest and its uses.
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