I did a 'biography of walt disney and his studios', I also discussed topical issues with disney films now eg no lgbtq+ representation. Definitely do something you have interest in and can give your own opinion on, as it's easier to talk about for the whole 3 mins
LIterally just do anything you are interested in. Once you can get up and there and talk confidentely and fluently about something that you are clearly interested in you'll get a good grade. At the end they also ask you questions which are usually about why you chose the topic and how it relates back to your life.
I SPOT AN NCTZEN!!!:joy: Our teacher told us we can do it on a role model/ celebrity or anything you are confident about. I know quite a lot of people who did theirs on their favourite K-Pop group and they got exceptional!
@skz2020 , they got exceptional because they were truly genuinly interested about their chosen topic and It would have shown in their presentation , the key to this CBA is to pick anything to speak about , if you have true passion or a true interest for your topic, and it shows in how you speak and the emotions you portray to the teacher and classmates , they will award you a high grade. P.S i wouldn't have the guts to say on my kpop interests , so cheers to the people who did theirs on kpop , I would have just fainted at the first sentence, thinking would people think I'm crazy or something... hah
@tara11 , lol same.. i literally made three presentations, two about k-pop thinking that it'll be easy to present it since I could literally go on and on for hours about it. but when I went to practice in front of my mirror, I literally was like 'there's no way ill be able to do this in front of my class' :'] I decided to do 'impact of social media on mental health'
do anything you want but make sure you have a reason behind it. for example my friend talked about when her house caught fire and she also talked about how there is good, even in the most stressful moments