Introduction to Persuasive Speaking with Highest Speak

grades 2-4

In this fully interactive class, students in grades 2-4 will have plenty of fun learning the elements of persuasive speech, playing hilarious persuasive speech games, and practicing multiple persuasive pitches.

Each class includes: “open forum” positive discussions, daily lessons on a specific topic, speaking games, and out-of-class assignments for skills practice*.

All classes are taught by two instructors to ensure every student gets plenty of individual attention and feedback. Highest Speak instructors are also stand-up comics/performers (in addition to being teachers/public speaking professionals). In this unprecedented time, Highest Speak's goal is to ensure kids learn valuable skills, but also have a very fun, interactive, and memorable experience!

*Please note, assignments are expected to be completed in order for children to gain the most benefit from the class.

3 weeks

class duration

2 times per week

session frequency

1 hour

session duration

5 hours

total instruction


How to Participate

  • Download the Zoom app for free on your laptop or mobile device.
  • Before each session, you’ll receive an email with a link to join.
  • Gather any necessary supplies for class and be prepared to learn!

1 Class Offering Available

Small Group Class

  • Typically 6-9 students per class.
  • Students get personalized help and attention.
  • Opportunities to collaborate and engage in discussion.

Tue, Dec 1 - Tue, Dec 15

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$20.00/hr $100

1hr live sessions
3 weeks, 2 sessions per week
5hr total class time

Weekly Class Times

165 students already enrolled

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About Small Group Classes

Personalized Instruction
Small classes allow the instructor to give individualized attention to each student.

Customized Curriculum and Learning
Class content and pacing is tailored to the interests and needs of the students.

Collaborative Experiences
Student-to-student collaboration foster deeper learning and engagement.

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