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I need a really good How-To speech idea.... any ideas?? Answered

I dont care what kind of "how to" it is...
i just need ideas please
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Rock Soldier

10 years ago

Explain a little bit more please? Do you need to write a speech, improve your speech, read a speech?

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girlymee13Rock Soldier

Answer 10 years ago

i need a speech topic... so i can write a speech.. and possibly demonstrate it...

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lemoniegirlymee13

Answer 10 years ago

"How to get answers from strangers on the internet"

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Bigevlemonie

Answer 10 years ago

Genius! She's already an expert! Use Instructables, and... and... does anywhere else do this?

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robotguy4Bigev

Answer 10 years ago

Yahoo Answers... Sort of...

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lemonieBigev

Answer 10 years ago

It's a viable subject - communicating with "I don't know who or where" in plain text, to build a presentation could be worthy, if properly constructed. L

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Kevvixx

10 years ago

As a freshman, I did a speech on How To Wash Your Hands.

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Phil B

10 years ago

How many minutes is the speech to be? If it is only 5 minutes, you can make one or two points and you will have to explain something relatively simple. You could explain how to backup important files to a CD and include a searchable index on the CD. You could explain how to change your car's engine oil. You could explain how to balance a checkbook. You could explain the proper way to pour a bottle of beer into a glass.

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Phil BPhil B

Answer 10 years ago

I just read your profile. You could explain how you flirt with a boy and what works best for talking to a boy you do not know.

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NobodyInParticular

10 years ago

My speech was on how do the first step in DNA fingerprinting, gel electrophoresis.

Basically:
  • Get some DNA
  • Slice it up into various sized-pieces with enzymes
  • Drop the pieces on one end of some electrified jello
  • Wait for piles of small pieces to migrate to the other end, while piles of bigger pieces move more slowly
  • Stain the DNA and take a picture of the pattern

Keeping a description like this fairly accurate while remaining brief and non-technical is actually rather fun. If you need an example of this, try Mama Ji's Molecular Kitchen