Most people are afraid to speak in public; most would prefer to die a fiery death in a plane crash than to get up on stage and address a crowd. That said, we all have to public speak at some point, so it's important to build kids' confidence, ability and comfort level around speaking in public.
Good public speaking includes the ability to project your voice, enunciate, make eye contact, engage/entertain an audience, communicate clearly and effectively, control your nerves, and occasionally improvise. Public speaking skills are useful for presenting new ideas or products, sales pitches and school projects.
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