This Class Is A Public Speaking Class About Introductory Speech Please Do The Outline – Assignment Example

Module Outline Thesis ment: I did not realize my freedom until I had conquered the enemy within me and outside: That enemywas low self-esteem.
Body
I. When I was eight years old, I was bullied and this negatively affected my self-esteem.
A. I was underweight and stood out from peers.
B. The bully words and actions affected my personality and personal relationships.
II. My parents helped me go through the issue.
A. My father had experienced bullying when he was my age.
B. My mother taught me to stand up for myself.
C. I volunteer for Special Olympics and this has taught me how to manage my time and deal with my anger.
III. Taking part in Special Olympics has enabled me develop my character.
A. I have learnt to be proud of my looks.
B. I have learnt how to accept myself.
C. I rarely experience anger or resentment.
Conclusion: Volunteering in Special Athletics has helped me deal with my self-esteem issues, manage my time better and made me a better person.
Introductory Speech
At a given point in the school life, we may experience issues varying from bullying, low self- esteem and prejudice. These issues affect how we relate with our peers and other members of society. Additionally, they affect the kind of persons we turn out to be in future. I did not realize my freedom until I learnt to deal with the enemy within and outside- low self- esteem.
I blame my low self- esteem from a bullying ordeal I experienced when I was eight years old. This was because I was underweight and my peers often picked on me. This left me scarred for life as I felt unworthy and had difficulties making friends and forming social relationships at school (Barnes 45). My parents were concerned about my self- esteem issues and supported me work through them. My father is my hero and I believe that he is the strongest and most confident man. He sat me down and told me that he had gone through a similar experience in his school days. He advised me that if I wanted to deal with my self- esteem issues I would have to take part in an activity that would build my character and help me improve my confidence. That is why I choose to volunteer in Special Athletics. My mother also taught me important lessons on how to stand up for myself.
Taking part in Special Olympics enabled me boost my self- esteem and develop my character (Barnes 45). This has taught me to accept myself, be proud of my looks and I rarely experience anger and resentment.
In summary, Volunteering in Special Athletics has helped me deal with my self-esteem issues, manage my time better and made me a better person.
Work Cited
Barnes, Elizabeth. A Family Guidebook on Bullies, Self-Esteem & Hidden Hurts! AuthorHouse, 2008. Print.