Let's face it: the new kids are easily impressed. And with good reason. This speech and debate thing is probably new to them. If they're half as clueless as I was in my novice year, they'll be blown away by a two minute impromptu. Even if it only has one point. And that point is George Washington. I know my club is a big fan of demonstrating for novices at our annual summer day camp. I was blown away when I saw my first DI, apologetics, OO, and impromptu. The fact that I still remember them and that that was over two years ago should confirm that.
Most of us love an audience. I know I do. Novices are the best audience you can have. They'll laugh. They'll cry. They'll be so astounded they won't know what to do with themselves. Awesome, right? I mean, you may not want a novice for a timer, but other than that, sure.
Yesterday I did a new DI for my coach. Some new kids and parents watched. It was fun. I hoped they liked it and weren't scared or something. They probably were. That's ok.
You're homeschooled, and you obviously know how it's done.