Can you give a very short speech on games and sports?
yes, anyone can do it it is possible
A stump speech is a short political speech, such as campaigners for public office give. The phrase goes back hundreds of years. You're going to give a speech, and you've gathered a crowd, but you don't have a proper stage available. So if you're in the city, you climb up on a soap box--and if you're in the country, you climb up on a tree stump!
Pennsylvania delegate Benjamin Franklin, one of the few Americans of the time with international repute, wanted to give a short speech to the Convention prior to the signing of the final draft of the Constitution. Too weak to actually give the speech himself, he had fellow Pennsylvanian James Wilson deliver the speech. It is considered a masterpiece.
Recognition speeches in elementary school are generally given on a special day when good students are recognized. Since the speech giver is dealing with young children, the speech should be short, to the point, and engaging. The speech should talk about how well all the students have done and how proud they are.
The Tenth Amendment does not give the freedom of speech. That is found in the First Amendment. The Tenth Amendment states that all rights not listed by the federal government nor prohibited to the States by the Constitution are reserved for the States or the people. In short, the Tenth Amendment is what many Americans refer to as "States' rights."