You will attach this to your typed speech outline on the day of your speech and in the drop box.Reflecting the democratic spirit, your idea of what we can do to make a difference should include actions open to others for involvement – if even in a small way (e.g., sign this petition or join or buy this, go there, etc.).Include information you gain from this contact person in your speech.
1.5 Demonstrate the ability to listen, analyze, and provide feedback on public discourse.
READ – Read the Correlated Chapters and the Assignment Sheet 1) Choose a topic that focuses on a local concern, community action, and civic/social group or issue which you support and persuade us to do what you do.
You will complete a “research defense” assignment again. ~STEP 2 – Survey the Class Create an audience survey following the same procedure for your informative speech.
Ask three questions to gain more information about how we feel about your topic: one fixed response, one ranked, one open – follow these question types for credit (you may ask more questions though).
Once again, complete and attach your survey report to your outline – make sure to look over the particular questions – answer fully.
This time your focus will be to explain how you used the data to persuade us.
Imagine a sales pitch and tons of competitors you need to stand out from.
You start introducing your products or services in the most attractive manner highlighting their main advantages.
Remember: this is just a suggested outline format, you may personalize your speech, but MUST follow the Motivated Sequence organization for this speech.
Please upload a typed copy of this worksheet to D2L as noted in the schedule and class announcements. THEN – after revisions, you will hand in a typed full-sentence (complete with your parenthetical quoted sources in the text) version of this worksheet along with your Works Cited page and your audience analysis on the day of your speech presentation as well as within the drop box online.