Giving a Republic day speech in school or taking part in elocution always gives every student feeling of pride. Despite the ongoing pandemic and online schooling students, teachers and schools are not losing zeal to celebrate the most important day of our nation India’s Republic day (26th January).
Selection of topic for this special day is very important as it’s a matter of pride and filled with emotions for every INDIANS. Make sure you select your speech or elocution topic wisely and prepare it well to present.
10 topics for Republic day speech and elocution:
While your school is organizing special functions online or offline for this day, speeches are an extremely important part of this program. It’s really an honor to give a speech and if they select you one, check out these topics for either for republic day speech or elocution which might inspire you to prepare.
1. The struggle for Independence.
Yes, it’s republic day, but you can always share the struggle our countrymen and freedom fighters have gone through to give us today freedom of air to breathe.
2. Importance of Republic Day.
One of the most important days in Indian history is Republic day and there is so much behind this day, you can select this topic to tell how important this day is for Indians even today.
3. India is an emerging new nation.
With new India, new policies, new yojana’s today India is emerging as one of the most promising and developing countries on the globe. Share the pointers and details to educate how we can progress.
4. Fundamental Rights of the Indian Constitution.
Do we really know the fundamental rights, do we follow them? These are some basic things we need to understand, time is here to educate people on how important our fundamental rights are and how we should maintain them.
5. The man behind the Indian constitution
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, The Father of the Indian Constitution and given so much to our country. You can select his journey and share it with your audience and schoolmates.
6. Power of Right to Speak.
The right to speak is among one of the fundamental rights and many times we misunderstood the actual power we get with this. Time to make all realize the correct responsibility of right to speak.
7. Indian laws and how they differ from other countries.
In India we have separate laws for all depending upon the case and justice is always given, just need to be educated about the correct laws we have and how it differs from other countries.
8. Indian social issues.
You can select the social issues and causes that are currently we all facing for the upcoming republic day speech.
9. Child Labor.
One of the major problems India is facing and need to be addressed, be responsible to share the perfect data and create awareness on how to handle this.
10. The heroes of the country.
Never forget the freedom fighters India have given us and their sacrifices and their stories need to be shared on such platforms to stay alive in our heart and memories.
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There are 5 important things as a parent, we need to be careful while preparing our kids for speech or elocution:
1. Research: While drafting your kid’s speech you need to check out the history, facts, and figures before you are writing a speech for your kid. Note down important points and facts from history and then prepare.
2. Time Limit: Check with the teacher, about the time slot allotted for your speech. Draft your speech according to the time.
3. Make it a story: You must research facts, but while writing a speech you should know the story behind and educate your child the same. Add some dialogues of freedom fighters to make the speech interesting.
4. Work with your child: Allow your child to first draft the speech and show it to you, as when they write themselves, they remember it well and as you share the story and facts to them. They will be more confident and can showcase it with more confidence.
5. Practice: I remember, my mom always told me to practice in front of the mirror. It not only boosts up your confidence but you also learn how to stand, speak, and your overall posture. Practice your speech, learn your speech, and speak from the heart.
You can conclude your speech by giving a message to work hard and standing with their values and righteousness like our outstanding leaders.
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