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How to help your child write a speech (without doing it for them)

By Joanne O'Mara, Associate Professor in Education, Deakin University
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It’s hard for parents to help kids with homework without doing it for them. It can be especially difficult to work out where to start when your child is preparing a speech for school.

You might find your child is procrastinating more about getting started with a speech than about other homework. This could be because they are anxious about it.

Having something that they want to say to their class can help to increase your child’s confidence and…The Conversation

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