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Homeschool public speaking club - McKinney
Complete details at The McKinney Homeschool Speakers League meets every first and third Tuesday, from 11am-12:30pm, between September and May, plus the second Saturday in June for the annual regional meet. Homeschool Speakers League clubs (recommended for ages 10+) help kids bypass or overcome a fear of public speaking in an encouraging environment. Visit this, or one of our other, youth public speaking or debate clubs located around the DFW area. More details at (, or contact Julia at[masked] or julia[at]

First Baptist Church

1615 W Louisiana St · McKinney, TX

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Are you looking for a fun way to develop your child's confidence and communication skills? Ready Set Resources offers speech and debate clubs and workshops, including:

Speakers League Recommended for children ages 10-18, though younger children that are ready* may also join on a provisional basis. Our Speakers League youth public speaking clubs are a fun, supportive environment where you can become more comfortable and confident with public speaking. Members have opportunities for impromptu speaking, prepared speeches, and peer-to-peer evaluation.

Skill Builders Speakers League Recommended for children that meet our Skill Builders readiness guidelines.* Max. age 18. Skill Builders Speakers League clubs open the world of Speakers League to younger children and those who need a little extra time or assistance to master the speaking and leadership skills learned through Speakers League.

Debate League Recommended for children ages 10-17. Debate League club members participate in quick, fun, and creative games, activities, and debate sparring to learn the relevant skills for Public Forum debate, a popular style of debate that focuses on current national events.

WorkshopsRecommended for children ages 10-18. Learn new skills related to public speaking at our upcoming workshops. Current and past workshops have included: Introduction to Public Speaking, Creating a TED Talk, and How to Use a Teleprompter. Some workshops available for children and adults.

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