Students learn how to appropriately present and receive an award! Prompt, outlines, rubric, and an award certificate are included!
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Award Speech Prompt and Guidelines:
The speech prompt introduces students to the concepts of presenting and receiving an award. After reading through the prompt, students are provided guidelines that outline the speech process.
Award Speech Outline:
An introduction, body, and conclusion outline is provided for students to follow as they write their award speeches. Key tips for both types of speeches are also included.
Award Speech Rubric:
The rubric provided covers general and specific criteria related to presenting and/or receiving an award. The rubric provides students with clear expectations for preparing and giving their speech.
An original award certificate is provided for the presenter to fill out and give to the recipient during the speech.
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