Topics for gcse english speaking exam!Watch
Here goes a few we had:
1. The chocolate industry
2. The evolution of Jazz
3. Basketball, with specifics on top players.
4. Event planning
5. Evacuation Go bags
6. Jewellery making
7. Crafting, specifically bow making.
8. Paintings and top artists
It has to be something you know a lot about, and passionate on the subject. You will need to use technical lingo to get the top marks, and you can do it without notes, but you can reference back if need be. Try to take in items to illustrate what you are talking about (the chocolate presentation student brought it different types of chocolate (ie USA, European and UK). Keep it on time, even with the questions. etc.
I did a handout with further reading, informational sources and places for people to take notes. I also took in examples of the thing I was discussing.
Oh make sure you are on time as the door is locked when the exams start, and you wont be allowed in if you are late and thus you fail your GCSE. It is also recorded.
Got Merit and weren't too impressed but at least it's better than failing or getting a pass.
edit: if you want to make people laugh and get the teachers all confused and laughing too, talk about your dear ol'precious hairline. good luck!
And most importantly, don't stress about it! You'll do much better if you have a clear head. Best of luck to you...
A food you like
A movie you like
An animal species
How to do a job interview
The death penalty
Transgender and sexuality
Development of a country
Anything you’ve been studying at school
Hope this is helpful!
That is classed as the individual presentation. There are many things you can talk about. I wouldn't suggest you pick a topic for the sake of it - pick a topic you are passionate about and can answer questions on.
My friend isn't the best speaker - by far - he has poor grammar etc, but he picked a topic he was passionate about the whole class' mouths' dropped. That allowed him to gain an A*.
Here are a few you can choose from, but pick a topic you feel passionate about:
Adverts before a film at the cinema - how ridiculous?
A tV you show you love or lathe.
Cars, aeroplanes, etc - if you are passionate about any particular model.
Common irritating habits,
Why we should/nt have school uniform?
I hope these possible topics can help you find a topic you can use to get a good grade.
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