Public Speaking


Public Speaking Masterclass- Public Speaking 1.0

Our Public Speaking Masterclass allows students to discover their inner orator and develop their public speaking abilities. This is accomplished through debates, planned speeches, and presentations to the class. Students learn how to write speeches and deliver them with passion, conviction and enthusiasm in order to make a positive change. Students will be encouraged to debate and discuss modern topics in which they are interested. The key learning outcomes will center on speech creation, delivery and presentation fundamentals. Finally, students will harness all they have learned and create their own mini TED Talk! Public speaking will build confidence, improve students abilities to communicate better, and is a great way of overcoming any fear of speaking in front of big groups. The Speak and Be Heard Mastery: Public Speaking program is suggested for grades 4 – 8.

Co.Ed. Recommended program length: 8 Weeks. Program Frequency, One session per Week.

Debating Masterclass – Public Speaking 2.0

Debating takes the principles learned in public speaking and takes them to the next level. Students learn how to formulate contrasting speeches depending on subject matter, learning how to craft arguments in a persuasive and logical manner. Students will learn how to work with time pressure, how to create speeches in record time, and how to hold and deliver speeches in the most effective way possible to be able to win any debate.

Ages 8-12. Co.Ed. Recommended program length: 8 Weeks. Program Frequency, One session per Week.

Students learn how to become amazing public speakers in our Speak and Be Heard Mastery program. They learn effortlessly how to create speeches, deliver them with passion and enthusiasm, and persuade positive change.

Program Goals and Objectives: 

  • To perfect the body posture and vocal projection of students
  • To understand the fundamentals behind a great speech or presentation
  • To help students find their passion
  • To understand the fundamentals of storytelling
  • To build ability to present a 3 minute mini-ted talk


Students learn the elements of speech creation with fun games. Students learn how to structure the speeches, use humor, stories and facts to have the most persuasive and engaging speech possible.


Students learn about the key elements of vocal delivery, body posture, vocal inflection, pacing, dynamic movement, and vocal projection. Students will learn to speak so that others will listen!


Children are encouraged to speak about their passions, and create a final end speech like a TED Talk, where they speak about an idea that can change the world.