Originally, I was going to do my speech on Language development in children, because we have to research a topic for our speech.
She told me it sounded more like a research paper and doesn't seem personally motivated and I would be better off(and she would prefer) a more personal topic so it doesn't sound like I am reading something I read and so it does sound like I am personally motivated, so it sounds like I am motivated.
So I am thinking of making my topic What it's like to be a twin. and what would be a good thesis statement?
Does that sound interesting?
Anyone who isn't a twin, do you have any questions about what it's like being a twin, it would help me develop my speech, plus I have to come up with a good thesis statement for my speech too.
And again, what would make a good thesis statement? (Just typing that twice because I am having trouble coming up with one too...)
This is what I put as a Thesis Statement: "Three things that come with being a twin are you two develop a really close bond, you are able to help each other out in school, and you are able to help each other out socially."
How does that sound? I know this is a bit biased towards me, I mean some twins can experience the exact opposite..but she says it has to be personally motivated so.... It has to be an informative speech too.