No More Stage Fright: Our Public Speaking Class Can Help Your Child Speak Confidently in Any Situation

Don't let fear of public speaking hold your child back

Stop the Nerves: Help Your Child Tackle Public Speaking Anxiety and Build Confidence with Our Expert-led Class

Did you know how many essays we've read from college applicants about their struggles with stage fright and anxiety when presenting? It's a common pain point that many students face when it comes to public speaking

Many of these students were relieved when classes went online, but found themselves struggling when they returned to back to school and had to face their peers in person for presentations.

The fear of public speaking can be a real obstacle for students in traditional classroom settings.

Just imagine how much easier life would be for students if they were confident public speakers.

It could help them lead a team, deliver a persuasive speech, or even become a student body president. Like any other skill, public speaking can be mastered with the right instruction and dedicated practice

The Art of Public Speaking: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Communication for 6-10th Graders

This course content was developed with great care and attention, ensuring students get the most out of their learning experience.

Over the 8-week period, students will have the opportunity to deliver three speeches and even have the option to receive 1:1 private coaching.

The final speech is designed to challenge students to step out of their comfort zone and present in front of a large audience using all the techniques learned during the previous 7 weeks of the course.

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Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up

Improved Confidence

Public speaking classes can help individuals overcome their fear and anxiety of speaking in front of others, resulting in increased self-confidence.

Enhanced Communication Skills

Through practice and feedback, public speaking classes can help individuals improve their ability to communicate clearly and effectively with others.

Personal Growth

Public speaking classes can be a challenging and rewarding experience, allowing individuals to step outside their comfort zone and develop valuable skills that can be applied in various areas of life.

A Sense of Accomplishment

When you successfully deliver a speech, you'll feel proud of yourself and your accomplishments. This can boost your self-esteem and confidence, and it can also motivate you to continue speaking in public.

What’s in the course

Let your visitor know how many modules there are and what each one is about.


Week 1: Use of Anaphora and Antithesis

 Students will watch and analyze the virtues put forth in Wallace’s address using our REACT guidelines for class. 

Students will define and analyze the use of anaphora and antithesis within Author's speech in order to craft a written speech that their own principles. 

Students will read and analyze Author's piece in an effort to dissect how the argument is being made with anecdotal evidence and the art of storytelling.


Students will journal for 2 pages double-spaced about at least 3 virtues that they consider essential to life. 

Students will read and watch “Story” by CA. Students will REACT to “Story” choosing 3 of the 5 activities of Reflecting, Empathizing, Analyzing, Creating, or Talking back to the author. REACT Responses should always be in complete sentences and 5 sentences per category. 


Week 2: The Meaning of Dialogism

Learning Objective: Students will be able to synthesize the disparate pieces of A's speech to define the meaning of dialogism. 

Students will analyze the positionality and perspective of the speaker in order to integrate these themes into their own virtue speeches in week 4. 


REACT using 1 category to "XYX" by BB. Please be ready to share next class.  Students will respond to 1 of the 10 exercises listed in the “Story Telling Exercises” Worksheet within the google drive in 1 page double-spaced. Students will then write a 1-page response to themselves as an outsider perceiving their written event in order to further understand positionality and perspective. 


Week 3: Humor & Verbal Irony

Students will dissect the elements of humor and verbal irony within B' stalk to integrate them appropriately into their own pieces to explain their allegiance to their virtue. 

Students will define and note the use of linking and allusion in B’s speech in order to incorporate it at least once into their own virtue speech next week. 


Finish your Virtue Speech, and be ready to deliver it next week!

Speeches should incorporate:

  • Various Elements (list available for the students)

Please remember to prepare you speech around one central virtue and uphold it in a 3 – 5-minute speech next class. 


Week 4: Virtue Speeches 

Students will deliver their virtue speeches on the virtue or theme of their choice.

Speeches will:

  • Incorporate the elements of storytelling, anecdotal evidence, dialogism, verbal irony, and allusions that we have studied in class over the past weeks.
  • Additional details available for the enrolled students.


Complete the XYZ Worksheet found within google drive.

Brainstorm and submit at least 3 possible topics that you would like to persuade the class about. Make sure to include at least 1 piece of research and 1 piece of justification for your choice. 


Week 5: Persuasive in Delivery & Content. 

Students will identify the use and power of historical allusion and precedent within a speech and use of ethos. 

Students will dissect and examine what makes a speaker persuasive in delivery as well as content. 


Fill out the “Persuasive Essay Graphic Organizer” for "XYZ"

Use G’s speech as an example to draft the Intro, hook, body paragraphs, rebuttal, and conclusion of your own paper and speech. 


Week 6: Speech Structure and Cohesion

Students will explore the structure and cohesion needed for an effective persuasive oral argument. 

Students will analyze and dissect the use deductive reasoning and logos used by H in his speech in order to convince the audience of downsizing their life. 

Students will analyze body proxemics, ornaments, and eye contact displayed in Hill’s speech to interpret and reproduce its effectiveness. 


Write your persuasive speeches. Remember to include 3 pieces of evidence that is not common knowledge.  Speeches must also be accompanied by at least 1 page explaining the rhetorical devices and techniques used to be effective in persuasion. 


Week 7: A Controversial Topic 

Students will disseminate a persuasive speech about a controversial topic of their choosing.  Speeches will:

  • Notes available for enrolled students. 

Students aim to use body proxemics, eye contact, rhetorical devices like ethos, pathos, and logos, as well as coherent structure to persuade their audience. 

Students will give and receive feedback in a Socratic manner in order to further foster growth. 


Take the feedback from your first two speeches and revise either your virtue speech or persuasive speech. 

***Please attach your new speech, along with 1 page explaining the changes that you made to make the speech stronger ***


Week 8: Final Speech 

Students will watch and analyze the speeches of their classmates before class. 

Notes available for enrolled students!

Students will recount synthesize the ideas that they have learned over the course of the last 10 weeks, and identify areas where they can be used in every day, as well as academic life. 

This is not a "Run of a Mill" Public Speaking Class

This public speaking class offered is not an ordinary or average program, but instead offers a unique and exceptional approach to developing public speaking skills.

The class provides specialized or advanced techniques beyond a standard curriculum, and is led by experienced professional who bring a high level of expertise to the learning experience.

This public speaking class is not for you if you are not willing to challenge yourself, put in effort, and push beyond your comfort zone to become a confident and effective public speaker.

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Wed - June 14 to Aug 2 - 1-2PM EST



  • Group 1: Wed - 1-2 PM EST
  • Dates: June 14 to Aug 2 
  • 8 Weeks - 1 Hour per Class
  • 4-8 Students per Class
  • Custom Date/Time Available from May 2023 for Group of 4 Students

Wed - June 14 to Aug 2 - 2:30-3:30 PM EST



  • Group 2: Wed - 2:30-3:30 PM EST
  • Dates: June 14 to Aug 2 
  • 8 Weeks - 1 Hour per Class
  • 4-8 Students per Class
  • Custom Date/Time Available from May 2023 for Group of 4 Students


  • Is our class schedule not convenient for you? No problem!  We can create a customized class schedule that works with your busy schedule. All you need is a minimum of four students to get started from May 2023. 
  • Batch 2: Wednesday - 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM will open once Batch 1 is filled. 

100% Satisfaction Guarantee 

In the event that a class fails to meet the minimum enrollment requirement of 3 students, your fee will be refunded. Additionally, if you attend the first class and are not satisfied, please let us know on the same day after the first class, and we will issue a swift and full refund - no questions asked. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can middle schoolers handle the this class/content?

Every great speech includes some or all of the elements taught in this Public Speaking Class.

The instructor of this course will engage students in meaningful discussions and ensure that the concepts taught are easy to understand and implement, making this course accessible to both middle and high school students.

What will my child achieve in this class?

Students will acquire the skills to be more effective speech writers and speakers in public, semi-public, and interpersonal deliverances. Students will rehearse coherence, concision, and proper delivery of written speeches meant to explain, recount, persuade, and integrate academic and colloquial thought. 

What's in the Bonus Resources?

Throughout the 8-week course, students will engage with curated speeches and published works to learn specific concepts. In addition, a bonus resource will be provided with additional materials related to the concepts covered in the class, enabling students to further develop their public speaking skills beyond the program's duration.

Will students give speeches during this course?

Students will give three speeches across the course of this interactive seminar. Students will be evaluated on three criteria: 

1. Preparation of research and central ideas

2. The written coherence and use rhetorical tools like ethos, pathos, logos, anaphora, etc.… 

3. Proper enunciation, pacing, time management, and delivery of the speech with appropriate eye contact and gesturing. 

Speaker & Speaker Pro: Whats' the Difference?

The Speaker+ option provides students with the opportunity to receive private 1:1 feedback and engage in discussions with the instructor to fine-tune their speaking and presentation skills after the 8-week class. The Speaker option, on the other hand, does not include private feedback.

How to Contact Support with questions?

Please send an email to [email protected] if you need a custom group class or with any other questions. 

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