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Here are the details for your first speech assignment. You should begin working on this assignment this week. Carefully review the assignment details and contact me with any questions.Speech #1: To InformGeneral Purpose: To informTime allotted: 4 to 5 minutesTotal points: 100 pointsSWTJC Library Website:The grading rubric for this assignment can be found at this link: Grading Rubric – Informative Speech.pdfTOPICS SELECTIONThe Purpose of a message To Inform is to share information, concepts, and ideas you present. When you inform someone, you assume the role of a teacher by defining, illustrating, clarifying, or elaborating on a topic. Possibly consider a person, place or procedure for your presentation.Students should be knowledgeable on their topic and feel comfortable discussing your topic. The topic should be fully explained during the specified time frame and simple enough for the audience to understand with prior knowledge of the task.OUTLINEOutline (15 points): The Purpose of a message to inform is to share information, concepts, and ideas you present.When you inform someone, you assume the role of a teacher by defining, illustrating, clarifying,or elaborating on a topic. Possibly consider a person, place or procedure for your presentation.Students should be knowledgeable on their topic and feel comfortable discussing your topic. Thetopic should be fully explained during the specified time frame and simple enough for theaudience to understand with prior knowledge of the task.SPEECH PRESENTATIONIntroduction (10 points): In order to receive full credit for the introduction the speaker must attempt to gain the audiences’ attention, establish credibility and goodwill, reveal the nature of the topic, and prepare the audience for the rest of the speech. Examples of gaining attention are personal stories, quotes, startling statistics, etc. Next, the speaker must establish credibility in that they must reveal to the audience why they are knowledgeable to speak on the topic chosen. Revealing the nature of the topic includes expressing the central idea. Finally, you must prepare the audience for the rest of the speech (forecasting). Tell them briefly what you will be talking about.Body (20 points): The body of your speech includes several components. First, you must clearly identify the main points and develop each main point with appropriate, credible supporting material that is orally cited. The topic must be developed for the occasion and the audience. The ideas must be arranged in a logical fashion (i.e. chronologically, topically, spatially, etc.). Transitions are also important to move seamlessly from one idea to the next.Conclusion (10 points): The conclusion is evaluated according to whether or not the speaker prepared the audience for the end (i.e. In conclusion….) and whether the speaker reviewed the main points, reinforced the central ideas, and provided closure (“The End” or “That’s it” is not appropriate).Oral Evaluation (15 points): Credit for the delivery of the speech rests on several items. First, it must be delivered with good eye contact, clarity and minimum note reading. DO NOT READ word for word. Reading the speech will result in deduction of points. You may use speaking notes, such as note cards and each card can have main points. Use them sparingly and only include key elements of the speech. Gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact are all important to the delivery. Try to avoid nervous gestures such as shifting weight, swaying, pacing, etc. Verbally, words should be pronounced correctly and speakers should refrain from using jargon that is unfamiliar to the audience. The speaker’s voice should be loud enough for everyone to hear and should include vocal variety. Finally, the speech should be delivered in the allotted time. Students will lose 2 points for every 30 seconds over or under the time limit.Visual Aids (15 points): Students are required to include at least one visual aid to accompany the speech presentation. Students are not required to have a PowerPoint; however, it is often easier for the audience to understand your topic when the speaker uses a PowerPoint or subject item as a visual aid. The visual must be pertinent to the speech and must not distract the audience from the presentation.Miscellaneous (15 points): This includes dressing appropriately, being organized, being prepared, speaking within the allotted time, etc.11 Oct 2021 18:54Sample OutlineThe following information is a guide that explains what information you should include on your outline. Make sure that you DOUBLE SPACE the outline and timeout the words that are in BOLD. Do not forget to include your works cited page using MLA format.IntroductionI. Attention Getter: This sentence describes what you will use to gain the audience’s attention.II. Credibility: This sentence establishes why you are knowledgeable to speak on the subject.III. Central Idea: This sentence briefly explains what you are going to discuss in your speech.IV. Forecast: This sentence preview your main points.BodyI. Main Point: This sentence explains the first most important idea of the speech.A. Sub-point: This sentence contains information that supports the first main point.1. This sentence gives additional evidence to support your sub-point.B. Sub-point: This sentence contains the information that supports the first main point.II. Main Point: This sentence explains the second most important idea of the speech.A. Sub-point: This sentence contains information that supports the second main point.B. Sub-point: This sentence contains information that supports the second main point.III. Main Point: this sentence explains the third most important idea of the speech.A. Sub-point: This sentence contains information that supports the third main point.B. Sub-point: This sentence contains information that supports the third main point.ConclusionI. Transition & Central Idea: This sentence should let the audience know that you are at the end and should briefly review the main points of your speech.II. Final Thought: Leave the audience with some words of advice to remember your speech.Outline. TypedWorks Cited Page (references can be added to the end of your outline).(3 sources: MLA format) Word Document.
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