Informative speech outline

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In this speech you will research and inform the class about a topic of your choice. Your topic may be about a person (Jacques Cousteau), place (Notre Dame Cathedral), thing (champagne), activity (fashion modeling in Paris), or idea (existentialism).

Choose a topic that you can enthusiastically inform the class about.a) Best Topics – The best topics lie at the intersection of your interests and possible audience interests. Let your heart and mind guide you. The topic will be on the branches of the military in the USA

Construct a typed key-word/key-phrase outline which includes a Specific Purpose and Thesis at the top of the outline.a) Length – The outline may be no longer than two pages. You must submit a final copy to me before you speak.b) Writing – This is a communication class so be careful about grammar, spelling and punctuation; they will be considered in your outline grade.

Prepare a typed Works Cited Page citing three to five references used in your speech. a) Use MLA style – Consult NoodleBib (via our online library), EasyBib, or OWL for help with formatting. b) Bankier Library’s On-Line Databases – At least two sources in your Works Cited must come from Bankier Library’s on-line databases. c) Wikipedia – Because of potentially unreliable content, Wikipedia does not count as a Works Cited source.

Also make a powerpoint to go with the outline

There is more clearer directions in the file and a rubric. There is also an example of another students outline how the outline should look.

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SPEECH 115 — INFORMATIVE SPEECH (Online) Goal – In this speech you will research and inform the class about a topic of your choice. Your topic may be about a person (Jacques Cousteau), place (Notre Dame Cathedral), thing (champagne), activity (fashion modeling in Paris), or idea (existentialism). Tasks – 1. Choose a topic that you can enthusiastically inform the class about. a) Best Topics – The best topics lie at the intersection of your interests and possible audience interests. Let your heart and mind guide you. 2. Construct a 5-to-7 minute speech – Be sure to use introduction-body-conclusion format and include the needed elements for each. 3. Highlight Research – Orally cite at least three credible sources in your speech to show evidence of academic research 4. Construct a typed key-word/key-phrase outline which includes a Specific Purpose and Thesis at the top of the outline. a) Length – The outline may be no longer than two pages. You must submit a final copy to me before you speak. b) Writing – This is a communication class so be careful about grammar, spelling and punctuation; they will be considered in your outline grade. 5. Turnitin.com Submit your key-word/key-phrase outline to turnitin.com before you speak. This will automatically generate an Originality Report that I can access. Do not include your Works Cited in this submission. You will not receive a grade or credit until you submit your outline. Late penalties apply. 6. Prepare a typed Works Cited Page citing three to five references used in your speech. a) Use MLA style – Consult NoodleBib (via our online library), EasyBib, or OWL for help with formatting. b) Bankier Library’s On-Line Databases – At least two sources in your Works Cited must come from Bankier Library’s on-line databases. c) Wikipedia – Because of potentially unreliable content, Wikipedia does not count as a Works Cited source. 7. Speaker’s Notes – For speaking notes, you are limited to one copy of your two-page keyword/key-phrase outline. This is the only written material that you can refer to while speaking. 8. Use Extemporaneous Delivery Style – Do not read, write a full-sentence outline, or memorize your speech. Familiarize yourself with the flow of ideas and then use a conversational speaking style along with your key-word outline. 9. Filming/Submission – Use a smart phone, digital camera, iPad or laptop to film your speech. (Acceptable file formats include standard video files such as .mpeg and .mov.) You will also evaluate your speech from this video. Submit this file to our class Dropbox folder on or before the day your speech is due. c:\Brookdale\115 - ONLINE\Informative Speech – Prof. M. McDermott SPEECH 115 — INFORMATIVE SPEECH (Online) 10. Audience – Assemble a live audience of six to ten (6 – 10) people to watch your speech as you deliver it. Pan the audience with your camera—along with your outline—just before you start to speak. a) Q&A Session – Allow a Question & Answer period after your speech. Anticipate probable questions, and keep the camera rolling for at least two of your responses. CAVEAT: Manuscript, overly brief, speeches that contain plagiarism, or speeches on inappropriate topics will receive no credit. Students who plagiarize in a speech will fail the assignment. c:\Brookdale\115 - ONLINE\Informative Speech – Prof. M. McDermott GRADING RUBRIC Informative Speech CONTENT VALUE INTRODUCTION } Gain attention } Arouse interest (reason to listen) } Establish credibility } Preview topic & main ideas } BODY } Development – main ideas } Oral citation of sources (x3) } Clarity/Organization } CONCLUSION 40 Points } Review main ideas } Provide closure } DELIVERY PHYSICAL } Eye contact } Gestures } Body control } VOCAL } Volume } Rate/Pausing } Vocal variety } 30 Points OTHER Extemporaneity } 10 Points Speaker’s Outline (keyword/phrase) } 10 Points Works Cited page } 5 Points Use of time } 5 Points Audience – A live audience (6 to 10 people) must assemble and hear your speech to be eligible for the above credit. TOTAL - 100 Points c:\Brookdale\115\Inform - ONLINE – Prof. M. McDermott Ian Johansson Informative speech Thesis People have been surfing waves for hundreds of years, riding boards that use several key components that allow the surfer to drop in, hold a line, and surf a wave. Introduction History ● European explorers ( 1776): He’e nalu (wave surfer) ● Became sport of royalty ○ Heavy wood boards ○ Surf skill in water = respect on land [Thought Co.] Body Construction ● Polyurethane/Polystyrene, fiberglass cloth, epoxy resin ● Bottom ● Deck ● Fins - thruster (lack speed , gain control) vs quad (gain speed, loose feel) ● Rails ● Volume Types of surfing/boards ● Biggest Wave - Tow ● Big Wave - Gun ● 3 feet + - Shortboard ● Under 4 feet - Longboard ● Small wave - Groveler Terminology [Stoked School of Surf] ● Barrel ● Bomb ● The falls ● Kook How it works ● Effective Flow ○ ● ● Generates lift, forward thrust. Grip ○ Water wraps board. ○ Water is sticky, follows curves, creates attraction. Newton’s 3rd Law ○ ● [Surf Simply] Water passes through bottom, equal and opposite reaction Fins ○ Maintain line ○ Generate speed Conclusion Surfing’s been around for centuries, and thanks to evolution in board construction, surfers are able to ride some of the largest, most technical waves in the world while the rest of us kook it up Works Cited DiMartino, Jay. “Who Invented Surfing?” ​ThoughtCo​, www.thoughtco.com/who-invented-surfing-3154753​. Surf Simply. “How a Surfboard Works.” ​Surf Simply​, surfsimply.com/surf-coaching/how-a-surfboard-works/. “Surfer Slang 101.” ​Surfer Slang 101 | Stoked School of Surf​, www.stokedsurfschool.com/blog/2016/01/17/surfer-slang-101​. ...
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Informative Speech Outline: Branches of the military in the USA
Thesis
The United States Military is comprised of five uniformed branches which are the US Army, US
Navy, US Marine Corps, US Air Force, and the US Coast Guard.
Introduction


The US military falls under the department of defense which is headed by the Secretary
of Defense, appointed by the President.



Three military departments under the Secretary of Defense



Heads and Commanders of each military department
Body



The United States Army
o...

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