Persuasive Speech

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The topic of my speech is:Social Media Is Replacing The Need For Face to Face Communication

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Social Media Is Replacing The Need For Face to Face Communication A minimum of five sources must be used and cited in the outline and listed in the reference page (bibliography). • Fourth Speech (Persuasive) Annotated Bibliography A minimum of five different sources must be cited orally during your speech. • At least three of five resources must come from the City Colleges of Chicago Libraries resources (online or on-ground). Wikipedia is not allowed as a resource. Remember, only one (1) interview can be used as a reference. Multiple documents are required for this speech. Be sure to submit all required by the deadline. No late work will be accepted on this final speech. Documents include, but are not limited to an outline, survey questions, an annotated bibliography, and an audience analysis summary. Your speech must include a call to action, an appeal, or a challenge in the conclusion. Persuasive Speeches* Although you can use several designs for a persuasive speech, there are three that are particularly designed for persuasive speech: Problem-solution, the problem-causesolution, and Monroe’s motivated sequence. Problem – Solution Design Present the problem to the listener and show the listeners how to deal with it. The second half of the design presents the solution and suggests a change in attitudes/beliefs or urges the listener to take action. Problem-Cause-Solution If the problem is not well-known you may need to provide more information of why there is a problem. In that case, you can organize with three main points: Problem, Cause. Solution Monroe’s Motivated Sequence There are five steps within this design: attention, need, satisfaction, visualization and call to act. 1. Gain your listeners attention: arouses the interest of your listeners 2. Need: the importance of the situation or need that needs to be addressed 3. Satisfaction of the need: set forth a plan of action and execution of how you will satisfy the listener’s needs and values 4. Visualization: paint a verbal picture and use illustrations to show how the plan will work and what the listeners should expect if the listeners so not accept the proposal set forth. 5. Call to act: urge the listeners to act; use an emotional appeal, ask for a commitment. Keep the call for action short and to the point. Chris Student Speech 101 Section Date Professor Problem-Solution Design General purpose: To persuade Specific purpose: To persuade the audience about…. Central idea/Thesis: Organizational Pattern: INTRODUCTION Attention material: Reveal topic Credibility Statement (use a quote or statistic or expert testimony CITE your source): Relevancy statement: Survey results Preview: Transition sentence to body of speech: BODY Cite your sources within the body of your speech – minimum 5 (see blackboard) I. Main point 1 (What is the problem?) A. (Describe the problem) 1. (What are the signs, symptoms or effects of problem? - you might need to use (a.) (b.) to support your point further) 2. (Provide an example, narrative, or expert testimony) B. (Why is this problem Important?) 1. (What is the extent of the problem?) a. (Provide facts/statistics) b. (Provide expert testimony) 2. (Who is affected?) a. (Provide facts/statistics) b. (Provide an example or narrative) C. (What are the consequences of the problem?) 1. (Provide expert testimony) 2. (Provide an example or narrative) Transition sentence to main point 2: II. Main point 2 (What is the solution?) A. (Describe the solution) 1. (How solution fits problem?) 2. (How can the solution be implemented?) a. (What is the plan of action or what would you call your plan: ex: Becoming a educated citizen will create change, if you follow a few simple steps:) 1. (Step 1 of plan) 2. (Step 2 of plan) 3. (Step 3 of plan) b. (Will it costs anything or take any effort?) B. (Picture the results) 1. (What are the expected results) 2. (When results are to be expected) 3. (Are there any additional benefits?) CONCLUSION Transition sentence to conclusion Restate Main points: Restate Proposition Statement: Concluding remarks: Annotated Bibliography APA style (must have 5 sources-no Wikipedia, About.com, Google) Chris Student Speech 101 Section Date Professor Problem-Cause- Solution Design General purpose: To persuade Specific purpose: To persuade the audience about…. Central idea/Thesis: Organizational Pattern: INTRODUCTION Attention material: Reveal topic Credibility Statement (use a quote or statistic or expert testimony CITE your source): Relevancy statement: Survey results Preview: Transition sentence to body of speech: BODY Cite your sources within the body of your speech – minimum 5 (see blackboard) I. Main point 1 (What is the problem?) A. (Describe the problem) 1. (What are the signs, symptoms or effects of problem? - you might need to use (a.) (b.) to support your point further) 2. (Provide an example, narrative, or expert testimony) B. (Why is this problem Important?) 1. (What is the extent of the problem?) a. (Provide facts/statistics) b. (Provide expert testimony) 2. (Who is affected?) a. (Provide facts/statistics) b. (Provide an example or narrative) C. (What are the consequences of the problem?) 1. (Provide expert testimony) 2. (Provide an example or narrative) Transition sentence to main point 2: II. Main point 2 (What is the cause?) A. (Describe the first cause) 1. How it came about 2. How it continues to develop B. (Describe the second cause) Transition sentence to main point 3: III. Main point 3 (What is the solution?) A. (Describe the solution) 1. (How solution fits problem?) 2. (How can the solution be implemented?) a. (What is the plan of action or what would you call your plan: ex: Becoming a educated citizen will create change, if you follow a few simple steps:) 1. (Step 1 of plan) 2. (Step 2 of plan) 3. (Step 3 of plan) b. (Will it costs anything or take any effort?) B. (Picture the results) 1. (What are the expected results) 2. (When results are to be expected) 3. (Are there any additional benefits?) CONCLUSION Transition sentence to conclusion Restate Main points: Restate Proposition Statement: Concluding remarks: Annotated Bibliography APA style (must have 5 sources-no Wikipedia, About.com, Google) Chris Student Speech 101 Section Date Professor Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Design General purpose: To persuade Specific purpose: To persuade the audience about…. Central idea/Thesis: Organizational Pattern: INTRODUCTION Attention material: Reveal topic Credibility Statement (use a quote or statistic or expert testimony CITE your source): Relevancy statement: Survey results Preview: Transition sentence to body of speech: BODY Cite your sources within the body of your speech – minimum 5 (see blackboard) I. Main point 1 (statement of need for action) A. (describe the problem) 1. (What are the signs, symptoms or effects of problem) 2. (Provide an example, narrative, or testimony) B. (Why is this problem important?) 1. (How vast is the problem?) a. (Provide facts/statistics) b. (Provide expert testimony) 2. (Who is affected?) a. (Provide facts/statistics) b. (Give an example or short narrative) Transition sentence to main point 2: II. (Present solution that satisfies need) A. (Describe the solution) 1. (How solution fits problem?) 2. (How solution can be implemented?) B. (What is the plan of action or what would you call your plan: ex: Our plan is simply entitled: Project Outreach or Becoming a educated citizen will create change, if you follow a few simple steps.) 1. (Step 1 of plan) 2. (Step 2 of plan) 3. (Step 3 of plan) Transition sentence to main point 3: III. (Visualize results) A. (Describe expected results of action -Positive Motivation) B. (Describe consequences of inaction- Negative Motivation) CONCLUSION Transition sentence to Conclusion: Restate Main points: Call to Action Concluding remarks: Annotated Bibliography APA style (must have 5 sources-no Wikipedia, About.com): ...
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Social Media: Annotated Bibliography
Baym, Nancy K., Yan Bing Zhang, and Mei-Chen Lin. "Social interactions across media:
Interpersonal communication on the internet, telephone and face-to-face." New Media &
Society 6.3 (2004): 299-318.
Summary: The article seeks to compare the use of face-to-face communication,
telephone, and online interactions among college students. The findings revealed that
social online interactions have continue to grow in importance, though face-to-face
interactions remain to be dominant.
Critique: The article passed the CRAAP test. It had a score of 12. Currency (2):
Published in 2004, it is comparatively old but has important content. Relevance (3):
Everything presented is important for the current study. Authority (score: 2): the authors,
Baym, Nancy K., Yan Bing Zhang, and Mei-Chen Lin, are all credible and accomplished
in their areas of specialization. Accuracy (2): most of the information presented is
accurate, especially considering that the article was peer-reviewed. Purpose (3): The
purpose was to compare the various modes of communication, and the article achieved
this objective. Authors embrace objectivity is every aspect of their writing.
Drago, Emily. "The effect of technology on face-to-face communication." Elon Journal of
Undergraduate Research in Communications 6.1 (2015).

Summary: The overall objective of this article was to determine how modern technology,
and especially the modes of communication that it has brought about, have affected faceto-face communication. Many of those who were interviewed reported that technology
has played an integral role in diminishing the quality of face-to-face communication.
Critique: The article passed the CRAAP test. It had a score of 13. Currency (3):
Published in 2015, it is recent and up to date. Relevance (3): Everything that the authors
present is relevant in the current study. Authority (score: 2): Emily Drago, the author, is
an accomplished researcher in communications. Accuracy (2): most of the information
presented is accurate, especially considering that the article was peer-reviewed. Purpose
(3): The purpose was to determine how technology has affected face-to-face
communication, and this is important in current research.
Kujath, Carlyne L. "Facebook and MySpace: Complement or substitute for face-to-face
interaction?" Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14.1-2 (2011): 75-78.
Summary: the overall objective of this study was to determine whether social media
networks, especially Facebook and Myspace, were substitutes or complements for faceto-face communication. The study found t...

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