Fbla Speech Test Questions

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1. INTRO
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-Imagine it’s December 5th, and the snowflakes are gently falling on your car windshield as you’re on your way to your local high school. -You park upfront and your two children immediately hop of the car and chase each other to the front of the building -As they approach the entrance, two 10th grade students open up the doors to a Winter Wonderland. -You have officially entered the annual Hatboro-Horsham breakfast with Santa
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2. The encouragement of individual projects that contribute to the community
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-This event is organized by a fellow senior in FBLA for a graduation project, which encourages the development of individual projects that contributes to the community: one of the nine of FBLA goals -This senior has the opportunity to work with the other members of FBLA to create an event that is enjoyable for the whole community -The event has many different aspects to it such as food, arts and crafts, games and pictures with Santa. As a result, the senior is now more versatile in their organization skills because they have to handle more than one thing at once. -Along with that, the true purpose for this event is to raise money that is donated towards the Ronald McDonald House. -The purpose for this organization is to create, find, and support programs that directly benefits to the health and wellbeing of children. Therefore, the purpose for this event is to positively contribute to the community by raising money towards a successful foundation.
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3. Strengthen the personal confidence in students and their work
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-As your children enter the building, they see Santa Claus surrounded by his helpers in a big red chair, next to a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. -But what you see is a high school student dressed up in a Santa Claus costume shouting “Ho, ho, ho” to amuse the children. -By allowing high school students to engage in activities with children while playing a certain character, it strengthens the personal confidence of students in themselves and their work. -As a high school student, I can personally relate to how confidence can be a major issue in a teenagers daily life. To address this issue, my FBLA chapter encourages all students to participate in and contribute to events that require aggressive business leadership skills and personal confidence. -After being in FBLA for 2 years, I have successfully developed the proper skills to stand in front of an audience and express my thoughts and opinions. -From the cohesive teamwork required in not only FBLA but in life as well, I am able to present topics and ideas to a group of people and come to a common conclusion to a certain decision.
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4. The encouragement and practice of efficient money management
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-As you go farther in, you notice students are selling raffle tickets for prizes kids would enjoy such as candy, arts and crafts, and toys. As we do this, we address another FBLA goal; the encouragement and practice of efficient money management. -Before doing this, we need to consider how many raffles we’re selling and how much we’re selling them for. The reason we need to do this is to make sure we’re creating more revenue than the expenses spent on the supplies for the event itself. -Because we went through this process, we are left with no debt and gained more money than spent. Therefore, we practiced how to properly manage a certain amount of money that is given.
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5. CONCLUSION
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-Now the Winter Wonderland has officially come to an end, and you’re on your way home with snowflakes on your windshield, and a smile on your face. -You’re happy because your children had a wonderful time meeting Santa Claus, and so are they because they’re holding neat prizes in their laps.
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6. WRAP-UP
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-From this event alone, my chapter exercised money management, demonstrated personal confidence, and created an individual project that contributes to the community. -If we did not have the nine Future Business Leaders of America goals to base our events off of, the breakfast would not have been as efficient, organized, enjoyable, and impactful as it was. -Because of the amount of money raised from this event, children that are subjected to unfortunate circumstances now have the proper resources and cared they deserve due to the successful event Hatboro-Horsham held -Thank you

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