Wednesday, 6 September 2017

speeches

WALT: Write a speechSpeech - Free images on Pixabay
Remember:IntroductionDo NOT start with “Hi I’m Jo and I’m going to talk to you about ...”State your key focus/point of viewHave a great hook!  Get your audience’s attention!Interesting fact - Did you know..?3 powerful adjectivesStatement - turn our into question into a statement sentence.Rhetorical questionSeveral ParagraphsOne big idea per paragraph with evidence/information to support that big ideaUse interesting connectives - see our modelling book for ideas Concluding StatementRe-state key focus/point of view and leave your audience with something to think aboutTitle Top four most  harmful and dangerous animals IntroductionWhat are you most scared of? Finding a spider, under your bed or having a weta in your house or swimming in the deep blue sea with a shark? Well let me tell you that there are scarier animals in the world. Today I am going to tell you about the four most dangerous animals in the world. They are black mamba, saltwater crocodile, cone snails and a box jellyfish . Big Idea 1Did you know that cone snail look like a crab. It has a two long line like a vines and it is full of venom  poison. They are just strong a enough to kill a human in one go. Big Idea 2Now we are going to talk about saltwater crocodiles. They kill by catching prey in their sharp teeth and dragging them under the water. This is called a death roll. Did you know they are the  largest species from the crocodile family . Did you know that a saltwater crocodile can travel 1,000 km by sea . They also live in salt water lake and swamps in Australia so watch out when on holiday.
Big Idea 3 Now we are going to talk about black mamba and they are not actually black, only the rims of the their mouths are black.   They are a olive green or brown colour. They have two big teeth and they are full of venom that will kill you if you are bitten. They can and they can grow up to 14 feet that is very long and you don’t want to be close to one . Big Idea 4Now we are going to talk about a box jellyfish. Did you know that a box jellyfish is the size of a peanut and you can’t even see them in the water because they are so small.  They use their long tentacles to sting their prey. When a human is stung it really hurts and can make you feel sick. If you are struck by more than 2 metres of tentacles, the venom will kill you. When you are in  Australia at their beaches, there they are and I mean there are so many jellyfish it might be best to swim at the pool so you don’t get stung . Concluding StatementSo now you know what animals to watch out for when you are next on holiday. Make sure to look under your bed before you go to sleep or take a long look before you leap into the water.
By ebony

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