This Should be an Outline
Please Provide an outline of your speech by 07/20/2021 using the material below as a guideline. Refer to the outline and information in the textbook located under Informative Speech. Please arrange your informative speech outline according to the textbook.
Purpose: The purpose of this speech is to share novice information with the audience by fully describing and explaining the complete subject that is your topic. Through this speech, you will have the opportunity to “teach” us something. Therefore, this speech should inform the audience on your topic as if it were generally unknown to them, while developing its significance to them specifically, as well as society generally, and at a depth that we will find truly educational. This speech should only move to inform the audience.
This speech outline should be researched and must be reference with valid sources, preferably, .org, .edu, .net, and .gov. You should have at least three sources. Research information retrieved for this speech MUST be between the year of 2016 & 2021 (No exceptions).
All three of these sources must be verbally cited within the speech as supporting material for claims that are made or data that are offered. All sources cited must be credible. The use of a visual aid is required.
APA citation styles may be accessed at:
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Links to an external site.
Your speech outline will be graded on content, organization and delivery. The specific elements that will be graded are listed below:
Criteria for Informative Speech
Analysis and Content
(minimum of 3 sources). Preferably, .org, .edu, .net, and .gov.
Please: USE THE BOOK EXAMPLE VIA INFORMATIVE SPEECH CHAPTER
Gained attention and interest
Demonstrated importance of topic
Previewed main points of the speech
Developed main points
Quality of support material
Informative approach to topic
Speech was interesting
Use of language
Use of Visual
PURPOSE WAS CLEAR
Purpose was clear
Purpose was achieved
Speech subject was appropriate
Main ideas clearly presented and is a replica of the text book (Informative Speech Chapter)
Relationship of ideas clear
Summarized main points
Closing device (Lasting impression sentence)
Sources must be listed: