ENG1030 Manuscript for Analysis Speech

Business Finance

Speech 1010

Johnson and Wales University

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I need a manuscript written for my analysis speech. I attached the outline you made for me, the instructions and the rubric. My speech has to be between 5 and 6 minutes.

(The goal is to analyze her method of persuasion based on any rhetorical strategies. Were those methods effective and how those strategies impacted the effectiveness of her speech. )



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ENG1030 Communication Skills Analysis Speech Formal Outline Template Specific Purpose Statement: I. Introduction A. Attention grabber: Imagine choosing to eat a king Salmon fish because of the healthy benefits that come with it. B. Establish your credibility: There are several health benefits from eating the fish including omega three fatty acid nutrients, lots of proteins and skin benefits. C. Background information about TED speaker: The author, Samantha Paisley, is among the voluntary TED speakers and she attends high school at Rowland Hall in Utah. The speaker is a member of the Park city events group of speakers who are a part of local self-organized TED events promoting programs and initiatives on environmental conservation. D. Brief summary of TED talk: Despite the Salmon providing these healthy benefits, there is a part of it that is not healthy because the fish feeds on other fish that depend on microorganisms that filter everything in the oceans to get nutrients. The problem is that as it filters the ocean, it also filters ocean pollutants such as micro plastics that are detrimental to the environment. Micro plastics destroy the nature’s balance through bio magnification where the environment absorbs and integrates plastic through plants, water, animals and humans (Paisley 1). Getting rid of these plastics from the environment is impossible and therefore, human beings should practice bio minimization ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University whereby they minimize their dependency on plastics. For instance, small changes like a person not depending on plastic straws alone create great positive impacts to the environment. E. Brief preview of main points: The main points to support my thesis on the persuasion strategies used include: F. • The credibility of the speaker • Appealing to the emotion of the audience using pathos • Using logic such as figures and figures to support her claims and thesis Thesis statement: Samantha Paisley, utilizes persuasive techniques such as ethos, pathos to appeal to emotions, and logos to appeal to logic in persuading the audience to avoid plastic pollution to the environment (Lin 106). G. Transition: Samantha has successfully used these persuasion strategies to pursue the audience to take action on plastic pollution. II. Student Analysis of TED Talk A. First main point supporting student’s thesis: Samantha has effectively used ethos as a persuasion technique because she is a part of environmentalist youth group that supports environmental conservation. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University 1. Sub-point: As part of the Park city events group of speakers who are a part of local self-organized TED events promoting programs and initiatives on environmental conservation, one can trust the information that Samantha talks about in the talk. 2. Sub-point: She gives out credible information by stating how she is affected as an environmentalist when she sees plastics being thrown carelessly. The Manner in which she addresses the topic of “plastics in our environment” clearly indicates that she is knowledgeable in the field and hence appealing to the audience to consider her arguments. 3. Transition: Her credibility as an environmentalist combined with her emotional appeal to the audience is an effective persuasion for people to love the environment by protecting it. B. Second main point supporting student’s thesis: Samantha utilizes pathos to appeal to the emotions of listeners and hence grab their attention through making them develop feeling of empathy and sympathy among other feelings. (Nguyễn Thị Trang 1). 1. Sub-point: Samantha appeals to the emotions of the audience by showing how a simple act like throwing insecticide cans away can harm innocent people (Paisley). The use of pathos in this case is effective since the reader can sympathize with individuals who end up consuming micro plastics due to the carelessness of others. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University 2. Sub-point: She also appeals to pathos where she arouses the feeling of the audience on why they should care about the environments. The way she puts the statement “why does it really matter?” is emotional (Paisley). Also, her facial expressions appeals to the audience’s emotions and they can see the need for taking care of the environment. 3. Transition: She is very knowledgeable and uses logical examples on why pollution is a big deal convincing the listeners to change their ways C. Third main point supporting student’s thesis: Samantha uses logos such as cause and consequences relationship as well as actual figures from studies and facts (Leopold 1). 1. Sub-point: She appeals to logos where she use the cause and consequences relationship by describing how the plastics directly affect a human being’s digestive and health system after eating a salmon which has fed on micro plastics (Paisley). Such makes the reader see the logic of how plastics affect human life. 2. Sub-point: Samantha uses the example of the number of straws an individual uses to appeal to logos. She states that, person who uses ten straws a week ends up using 520 straws a year and 30,000 straws in his or her lifetime (Paisley). By use if this illustration, the audience can clearly see the logic in her arguments and hence and hence consider changing their behavior. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University Transition: She is rational, analytical and logical in her persuasion and this gets rid of any bias and therefore pursues the people to minimize plastic usage. III. Conclusion A. Review of TED talk’s thesis: It is evident that plastic pollution is a big deal to the environment and minimizing plastic use will prevent the negative consequences of environmental pollution. B. Summary of student’s analysis: The speaker has managed to pursue the audience on bio minimization using ethos, pathos and logos to describe the problem of pollution and how people can minimize that. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University Work Cited Leopold, Lisa. "Stunning statistics for persuasive speaking." Communication Teacher 31.1 (2017): 21-26. Lin, W. A. N. G. "Three Modes of Rhetorical Persuasion." Sino-US English Teaching 16.3 (2019): 106-112. Nguyễn Thị Trang, Nhung. THE USE OF ARISTOTLE’S PERSUASIVE APPEALS IN TED TALKS AND NON-TED SPEECHES BY SIR KEN ROBINSON=. Diss. ĐẠI HỌC QUỐC GIA HÀ NỘI TRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC NGOẠI NGỮ KHOA SƯ PHẠM TIẾNG ANH, 2018. Paisley, Samantha. Plastic in our environment. TEDxYouth@ParkCity ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University ENG1030 Communication Skills Week 6 Assignment: Analysis Speech Project For this project, you will develop and record a 5- to 6-minute speech in which you analyze the methods of persuasion—or rhetorical strategies—used in a TED talk of your choosing. This assignment is not to summarize the TED talk nor to provide your own opinion about the issue presented in the TED talk. Instead, you will identify the rhetorical strategies that the TED speaker uses to support his or her argument, and also examine how those strategies impact the talk’s effectiveness. You will want to choose a TED talk that is persuasive in nature; other types of speeches will not lend themselves to rhetorical analysis. This project is broken down into three parts: • Analysis Speech Formal Outline • Analysis Speech Speaking Outline • Analysis Speech Detailed guidelines for each part of the project are provided below. Analysis Speech Formal Outline As a step toward preparing for your speech, you will be required to submit a formal outline. Your formal outline should include all of the main ideas and evidence you plan to use in your speech; however, it should not spell out your speech word-forword. Think of your formal outline as providing the gist of your speech: it should provide enough information for a reader (like me) to understand your ideas and how they fit together. Your formal outline should be written in complete sentences. Your formal outline should demonstrate how you are using information from three credible, up-to-date sources to support your speech. With that in mind, your formal outline must include in-text citations and a Works Cited page that follow MLA guidelines. For a refresher on MLA format, see Student Writing Support on the Syllabus & Course Info page. The template below indicates the information you should include in your formal outline. Pay careful attention to the notes, which provide further details about what you are expected to include. Please use this template as you develop the formal outline for your Analysis Speech. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University Analysis Speech Formal Outline Template Specific Purpose Statement: I. Introduction A. Attention grabber: Note: The attention-grabber could be a quote, question, definition, startling statement, or very short narrative. A sentence that states “the topic of my speech is…” is not an effective attention grabber. B. Establish your credibility: C. Background information about TED speaker: D. Brief summary of TED talk: Note: Your summary should identify the thesis of the TED talk, the main points used to support the thesis, and perhaps the types of evidence cited in the talk. E. Brief preview of main points: Note: The preview should identify the main points you will use to support the thesis of your speech. F. Thesis statement: Note: Your thesis statement should communicate what you intend to argue about the rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk. G. II. Transition: Student Analysis of TED Talk A. First main point supporting student’s thesis: Note: In this section of your outline, each main point should be related to your own critical analysis of the rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk. You should include at least three main points in this section of your speech, but you could include more—up to five. The more you notice and analyze, the more effectively you will be able to support your thesis. 1. Sub-point: Note: In this section of your outline, each sub-point might be a fact, example, quotation, or other evidence that supports your main point. The amount of supporting evidence you provide for each main point will vary, but each main point should be supported by at least two sub-points. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University B. C. III. 2. Sub-point: 3. Transition: Second main point supporting student’s thesis: 1. Sub-point: 2. Sub-point: 3. Transition: Third main point supporting student’s thesis: 1. Sub-point: 2. Sub-point: 3. Transition: Conclusion A. Review of TED talk’s thesis: B. Summary of student’s analysis: Remember that your outline should include a list of Works Cited in MLA format. For a refresher on MLA format, see Student Writing Support on the Syllabus & Course Info page. Analysis Speech Speaking Outline You are strongly encouraged to develop a speaking outline for your Analysis Speech. A speaking outline is an abbreviated version of your formal outline that you write on note cards. Your speaking outline aids your delivery by reminding you of your main points and sub-points. Follow these suggestions to convert your formal outline into a speaking outline: • For each element of your formal outline, replace full sentences with key words or phrases that will help you remember what you planned to say. • Include key words that will remind you of your transitions. • Number your note cards so that you can keep them in order. Consider holepunching them, so that you can put them on a flip ring. • As you practice using your speaking outline, underline or highlight words that you want to emphasize in your speech. You may use 4 X 6 notecards when you deliver your speech; however, you should practice giving your speech so that you do not need to read from your notecards. You are not required to submit your speaking outline. Analysis Speech ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University For this assignment, you will develop and record a 5- to 6-minute speech in which you analyze the methods of persuasion—or rhetorical strategies—used in a TED talk of your choosing. This assignment is not to summarize the TED talk nor to provide your own opinion about the issue presented in the TED talk. Instead, you will identify the rhetorical strategies that the TED speaker uses to support his or her argument, and also examine how those strategies impact the talk’s effectiveness. You will want to choose a TED talk that is persuasive in nature; other types of speeches will not lend themselves to rhetorical analysis. For background information about rhetorical strategies, watch the Week 3 video titled “Introduction to Ethos, Pathos, and Logos.” If the TED talk you select includes visual aids, you should also consult Chapter 14 as you consider how those visual aids impact the effectiveness of the talk. You are required to conduct research for this assignment; in your speech, you must verbally cite at least three credible, up-to-date sources, in addition to the TED talk. Your research should include information about the background of the TED speaker. You should also explore what other thinkers have said or written about the problem or solution presented by the TED speaker, to help determine whether the speaker’s arguments are solid or not. Your speech should include an engaging introduction that grabs your audience’s attention and generates interest in the rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk. Your introduction should also include your thesis statement—your central idea about the rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk. Your introduction should also provide a preview that identifies the main points of your speech. Although your speech should not solely focus on summarizing the TED talk, you should provide a very brief summary of the TED talk so that your audience will be able to understand your analysis of it. The body of your speech should include three to five main points that are clearly connected to your thesis statement about the rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk. You should support each main point with sub-points: facts, examples, quotations, or other evidence. Make sure that you use the terminology of ethos, pathos, and logos in your speech. As you identify the rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk, be sure to consider how these strategies impact the effectiveness of the talk. Remember to integrate information from your research as you develop the body of your speech, and be sure to verbally cite your sources. Be sure that the sources you cite are credible and up-to-date. Your speech should end with a conclusion that helps your audience remember the ideas you presented in your speech. Reiterate the TED talk’s thesis, summarize your own analysis of the TED talk, and provide a closing statement that your audience will remember. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University Your outline should help you think carefully about how to organize your ideas. You will want to present your ideas in a logical sequence and use transitional words or phrases that help your audience see the connection between ideas. You may use 4 X 6 notecards when you deliver your speech; however, you should practice giving your speech so that you do not need to read from your notecards. It is important that you maintain eye contact while you deliver your speech. Being well prepared will also help you stay on track to meet the time requirement: your speech should be five to six minutes long. Please think carefully about how you present yourself for your speech. You do not need to “dress up,” but make sure that your clothing is not overly casual, as that can make you seem less credible. Caps and hats can make it difficult to maintain eye contact and make effective use of facial expressions. You are encouraged to stand while delivering your speech, if possible, as good posture can enhance the quality of your speaking voice and convey poise and confidence to your audience. Make sure that you speak clearly and slowly. Be careful about using verbal fillers or nonverbal distractions. Remember that your nonverbal communication matters—use gestures and facial expressions to enhance your message. Finally, remember that this is an academic exercise and make sure that your language is appropriate. For this assignment, you are required to use visual aids. You should create seven to ten slides using PowerPoint, Prezi, or another platform that is familiar to you. Your slides should enhance your speech and help progress your points. Be thoughtful about the content and design of your slides. They should not be crowded with content; they should only include the content you need to support your point effectively. Make sure that any text is free of any grammatical issues or typos. Choose colors, fonts, and other design elements with the goal of creating slides that are clear, easy to understand, and visually appealing. Your final slide should include a list of Works Cited in MLA format. For a refresher on MLA format, see Student Writing Support on the Syllabus & Course Info page. ENG1030 College of Online Education Johnson & Wales University ENG1030 Analysis Speech Rubric Criteria Excellent 90 - 100% Introduction and Brief Interesting presentation of TED speaker's Summary of TED Talk background. Clear, succinct, and engaging 17% summary of TED talk. Attention-grabber excites audience's attention and creates interest in rhetorical strategies used in TED talk. Presents a solid thesis Good Fair Poor 80 - 89 % Sufficient attention to TED speaker's background. A good, brief summary of TED talk is present. Attention-grabber appeals to audience. Presents a good thesis statement. 70 - 79% Background about TED speaker is not well researched. Summary of speech is either too extensive or unclear. Attention grabber is present but has limited appeal. Thesis is unclear. 0 - 69 % Introduction lacks several of these elements: background about TED speaker, brief summary of TED talk, attention-grabber that appeals to audience, and thesis statement. 80 - 89 % Solid analysis of most, if not all, of the rhetorical strategies used by the TED speaker. Explains how rhetorical strategies impact the effectiveness of the TED talk. Speech includes 70 - 79% Analysis needs further development. The student highlights some rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk but is not thorough in identifying and examining all of the strategies used. information from mostly credible, upto-date sources, and usually provides verbal citations. Overall, points are logically organized and transitions help with the flow of ideas, though there may be some places where organization could be improved. Speech relies on information from some dated or less credible sources or is missing some verbal citations. The organization of the speech could be strengthened through more logical sequencing of ideas or more careful attention to transitions. 0 - 69 % Little to no analysis of rhetorical strategies used in the TED talk. Student may focus instead on summarizing the TED talk or sharing the student’s opinion about the topic of the TED talk. Speech relies on statement. Body of Speech 17% 90 - 100 % Strong, engaging analysis of rhetorical strategies used in TED talk. Not only is the analysis clear and comprehensive, but it thoroughly explains how rhetorical strategies impact the effectiveness of the TED talk. Speech includes information from credible, up-to-date sources, as well as verbal citations. Points are organized in a logical order. Transitions create a clear flow from idea to idea. information from dated or less credible sourc ...
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