AHG Badge Help – Social Skills and Etiquette #19

Many of us dislike – yes, loathe is a better word – having to speak in front of a group. Even though being in American Heritage Girls has helped me improve in this area, it can be nerve-wracking.

One of the requirements to earn the Social Skills and Etiquette badge at the PiPa level is to give a short speech. I am currently preparing to teach this badge at camp this summer. One challenge in teaching this at a summer camp is the lack of internet. I have developed a list of speech topics for the class that should not require any research.

Please feel free to add your recommendations in the comments section below.

  • Why You Should take Social Skills and Etiquette Badge Class
  • What does Reverent Really Mean
  • Can Money Buy You Happiness?
  • Basic Camping Skills Everyone Should Know
  • Printing Photos is Better than Keeping Them on a Computer.
  • Funny Things my Parents Say
  • Why Cats are the Perfect Pet
  • Why Everyone Should Learn to Cook
  • How Listening to Music could Improve your Day
  • Let me Tell you About my Imaginary Friend
  • What My Mom Does All Day When I’m Not Around
  • My Favorite Season of the Year is…
  • If You Don’t Go to ________ You are Missing Out. (AHG event of your choice)
  • Why Anchovies Should not be a Pizza Topping.
  • What do Cows Think About
  • Coolest Superhero Power
  • Being Popular is not Always a Good Thing.
  • Why You Should Play the French Horn.
  • If You Only See One Movie this Summer, It Should Be …
  • If I had Three Wishes, they Would Be…
  • The Best Part about Being Sick
  • What Happiness Means to Me
  • If I Had $100…
  • Why Reading is Better than Watching Television
  • Creamy or Chunky Peanut Butter
  • If Time Travel Were Real…
  • Why Everyone Should Learn to Cook
  • The Biggest Lesson I Have Learned in AHG
  • A Day in the Life of a Pencil.

 

NOTE: The requirements have been simplified here. Please be sure to read the full text in the American Heritage Girl Handbook to make sure you fully understand the requirements.

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