Teachoo Sample Paper 2 - English Class 11

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English Class 11
Solutions to CBSE Sample Paper - English Class 11

You have to deliver a speech on the World Environment Day on the topic ‘The role of youth in protecting the environment’. Write the speech in about 150 words.

Answer as written by the student:

Our environment is our home. It provides us with everything we need to live and thrive. But our environment is facing many threats due to human activities. Pollution, deforestation, climate change, and biodiversity loss are some of the major environmental problems that we are facing today. These problems affect not only our present, but also our future.

As youth, we have a great responsibility and opportunity to protect our environment. We are the future leaders, innovators, and citizens of this planet. We have the power and the potential to make a positive change. We can raise awareness, take action, and inspire others to join us in saving our environment. There are many ways that we can protect our environment.

We can adopt eco-friendly habits, such as using renewable energy, recycling waste, saving water, and planting trees. We can participate in environmental campaigns, such as clean-ups, rallies, and petitions. We can educate ourselves and others about the environmental issues and solutions . We can support and collaborate with environmental organizations, such as WWF, Greenpeace, and UN Environment.

The role of youth in protecting the environment is crucial and commendable. We have the passion, the creativity, and the courage to make a difference. We have the vision, the voice, and the choice to shape our future. We have the duty, the right, and the power to protect our environment . On this World Environment Day, let us pledge to do our part in saving our environment. Let us take action today for a better tomorrow. Let us be the change that we want to see in the world.

Thank you.

Step-by-step explanation of the answer:

  • Choose a theme  that relates to the purpose and goal of your speech. In this case, the theme is the role of youth in protecting the environment and how they can make a difference. 🌎
  • Use catchy words  that rhyme, repeat, or create a memorable phrase. In this case, you can use words like “youth”, “future”, “action”, and “change”. 🎡
  • Include the details  of your speech, such as the occasion, the audience, the main points, and the conclusion. In this case, you can mention the World Environment Day, the youth, the environmental problems, the solutions, and the call to action. πŸ“…
  • Keep it short and simple  and use clear and concise language. Avoid unnecessary words or details that might confuse the listener or take up time. Remember the word limit and check your spelling and grammar. ✍️
  • Use a professional speech template  that suits your theme and style. You can find some free online speech makers, such as  Speech Generator  or  Speech Builder , that offer a variety of templates and tips. πŸŽ™οΈ
  • Add some visual elements to make your speech more engaging and effective. You can use gestures, facial expressions, voice modulation, and eye contact to create a connection with your audience. 

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