Speech1010 CCC Accounting is the career for me informative speech

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This is for Speech 101, I have attached a copy of the "informative speech guidelines', "example of an informative speech" and the "informative speech preparation outline guide". My Informative Speech with be "Accounting is the Career for me".

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INFORMATIVE SPEECH PREPARATION OUTLINE GUIDE* The following is a guide to use as you develop preparation outlines for your informative speeches. Your Informative speech should replicate the sample guide below. Student Name: Speech 101 Section: Date: Professor: Foundation Topic: ____________ General Purpose: (To Inform) ________________________ Specific Purpose Statement: To inform the audience about: ? _______________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Central Idea/Thesis: (one declarative statement include main points) ____________________________________________________________________________ Organizational Pattern: (Chronological, Topical or Spatial) ____________________________ Visual Aids Used: (PowerPoint/Prezi) _____________________ Introduction – Approximately 10-20% of entire speech. For a seven minute speech that would mean around forty seconds to a minute and a half. The introduction may be written out word for word or in outline form. Check with your instructor for the preferred method. In either case, label the introduction as a distinct section of the speech. (1) Gain the attention and interest of the audience (ask a rhetorical question, short story, a fact or quote or other methods discussed in the text); ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ (2) Reveal the topic of the speech (If not already apparent by attention-getter); ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ (3) Establish credibility and goodwill (use a quote, statistics to support CI/Thesis, experiencecite your source); ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ (4) Preview the body of the speech (list of main points-Today I will share with you, I will examine, I will review, I will discuss). ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Transition: Make sure the audience knows you are moving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ BODY – Must have 2-5 main points. This template shows three which is standard. (Include 3 Different Verbal Citations from 3 Different Sources) (First main I. ______________________________________________________________________ A. 1. a. (may not have to use) b. (may not have to use) 2. a. b. B. 1. a. b. point) This is a single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.) (Subpoints All main points; your A. B. and sub-subpoints (1., a., b., 2. a., b.) should be written in full sentences. Each point and sub-subpoints etc. should only be 1 sentence, unless it is a citation. See Sample Prep. Outline and Sample Deliv. Outline for examples. 2. a. b. Transition: Clearly indicate you are moving to the next main point. Use Connectives such as Transitions, Internal Previews, internal Summaries or Signposts. Write out word-for-word. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ II. ______________________________________________________________ (Subpoints All main points; your A. B. and sub-subpoints (1., a., b., 2. a., b.) should be written in full sentences. A. 1. 2. (Second main point) This is a single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.) Each point and sub-subpoints etc. should only be 1 sentence, unless it is a citation. B. 1. 2. Transition: Clearly indicate you are moving to the next main point. Use Connectives such as Transitions, Internal Previews, internal Summaries or Signposts. Write out word-for-word. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ III. ______________________________________________________________ A. 1. (Third main point) This is a single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.) 2. (Subpoints All main points; your A. B. and sub-subpoints (1., a., b., 2. a., b.) should be written in full sentences. B. 1. 2. Each point and sub-subpoints etc. should only be 1 sentence, unless it is a citation. See Sample Prep. Outline and Sample Deliv. Outline for examples. Conclusion -Approximately 5-10% of your speech. For a seven minute speech that means around twenty to forty-five seconds. Can be longer if finishing a story from the intro but do not go much longer. The conclusion may be written out word for word or in outline form. In either case, label the conclusion as a distinct section of the speech and make sure it fulfills both major objectives of a conclusion (1) Signal the end (Make it obvious that you are in your conclusion), ___________________________________________________________________ (2) Reinforce the audience’s understanding of, or commitment to, the central idea (restate main points) ___________________________________________________________________ (3) Closure: Optional but strongly encouraged. End with a dramatic statement, quotation or refer to the intro to provide Closure. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Annotated Bibliography (Minimum 2 Sources-use either MLA OR APA, be consistent. _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ *Adapted from outline guidelines developed by Dr. Robin Hicks, Olive-Harvey College ...
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INFORMATIVE SPEECH

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Student’s name
Professor
Institution
Date

Topic: Accounting is the Career for me
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: Statement: To inform my audience about the importance of accounting as a
lifetime career.
Thesis: From managers, CEOs, managing directors, to the president, I am here to inform you of
the benefits of picking accounting as a carrier for me.
Organization pattern:
I.

Introduction
A. Attention getter:
Arthur Blank is one of the founders of The Home Depot. He was born in the
1940s in New York City. He studied a degree in business administration and
accounting. After university, he joined the retail sector, where he upgraded to
be a vice-president in finance. He was later fired in 1978 along with his friend
where they decided to join their expertise and set up their own business. They
called the business Home Depot which is now worth approximately
$150bn.Arthur has a net worth of $2.6bn.
B. Reason to listen:
Accounting is one of the greatest fields of business. This field allows you to
grow in employment and in your own business through good distribution of
funds to satisfy your wants.
C. Credibility statement
1. I have been interested in pursuing accounting as a carrier from back in
elementary school.
2. I have met great accountants in America, and they have positively
influenced me to be one of them.
D. Transition: With the improvement in technology there are so many disciplines
one can learn and make it their profession. However, there are many factors to

INFORMATIVE SPEECH

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consider before taking a certain discipline for example interests and strengths,
and availability of work in the market. This point forms the basis of our
discussion.
II.

Body
A. Main point #1: By doing accounting, you will always be in demand.
a) Subpoint one: Government, non-governmental organizations and businesses all
need an accountant to manage their budgets, deal with taxes, and bookkeeping.
b) Subpoint two: Accounts are needed all over the world despite economic hiccups.
In harsh times, for instance, inflation and when countries are in debt, account analyses
all the funds in a financial year and shows a gap where government money is getting
lost.
Transition statement: Imagine pursuing a course that is competitive globally. This
means chances of unemployment are minimal thus reducing the number of jobless
graduates. This brings us to the next important point.
B. Main point #2: Account job can be made your own.
a) Sub point one: Accountant can work in all kind of places and levels for example
local, UN organizations, government, county and provincials.
b) Subpoint two: Accounting can be done on a full-time basis in an organization or
for multiple clients depending on the requirements of the job.

Transition statement: Accounting is a field that embraces self-employment. This will
not only benefit you as a person but society and country as a whole by creating
employment to its citizens...

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