Give your child the advantage of public speaking training.

Our Young Speakers program is a great way to introduce your child to public speaking. This is a fun and active program that kids love. They will learn about projection, body language, eye contact, and get lots and lots of practice giving speeches!

Age Range

9 - 11 Years Old

Hours

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Skill Level

Beginner - Intermediate

Prerequisites

None

Length

1 week

Tuition

$800

Please note, there is a $75 per-week surcharge for our UES sessions due to a higher cost of rent in these locations. For all locations, we will not be running class on July 4th. Sessions that include July 4th will be receiving a pro-rated discount, which will be applied in June (in case you need to change dates before then).

Confident Body Language and Delivery

Practice from a young age is key to building up the confidence they need to speak to school teachers, new friends, and groups of classmates. At Lumos, students practice daily, speaking in small and large groups. They build the confidence they will eventually use to connect with others, and advocate for themselves in all situations.

All our programs guarantee a 6:1 student teacher ratio, which means that your child will get lots of individualized coaching and attention.

Students will learn about different types of speeches - from argumentative, to informative, to impromptu!

Structuring and Supporting Arguments

Students need to articulate clear and completed thoughts in order to communicate effectively with those around them. At Lumos, young students deliver speeches by taking stances, researching, and structuring writing. Through practice, they empower themselves to speak clearly to others about topics they care about.

All our programs guarantee a 6:1 student teacher ratio, which means that your child will get lots of individualized coaching and attention.

Especially in public speaking, students have to learn that mistakes are OK, as long as they keep on going and give it their best shot!

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