There are several steps you should take to plan your speech.
1. What is globalization? Read about it online or in your textbook. Once you understand what it means, think about:
2. How can parents teach the values of globalization to their children at home? When we say something "begins at home," it usually means parents teach it to their children while they're young. So how can this be done in terms of globalization?
3. Plan! Create an outline. Start by writing three main points about how parents can teach children about globalization. Then add some supporting details, examples, and/or steps for each main idea. Whatever you do, DON'T copy from a book or website; make sure these ideas are in your own words and from your mind! Also make sure you're following the assignment structure for the speech.
4. Practice! Say the speech a few times by yourself until it becomes comfortable. Time yourself to make sure it's within the time limits. Make changes if you need to. You can even record a video to watch it and find mistakes. When you feel comfortable, you're ready!