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*Please note that the purpose of this template is to assist you with correctly formatting an outline. This sample outline is not on an approved topic, and the thesis statement, main points, and supporting details should not be used in your outline. Please carefully review the Assignment Overview document (located in assignment link) for the approved topics. Also, your outline should not include complete paragraphs, entire speech, or an essay. *

Topic: Insert topic here.

I. Introduction

A.Capture your audience’s attention with a quote, anecdote, or personal experience

B.Build up to the main reason for the speech

C.Summarize the main idea and briefly state the main points

1.Working with Microsoft Word

2.Creating a Presentation

3.Building on Previous Work

II. First Main Point: Working with Microsoft Word

A.Move an outline numbered item to the appropriate numbering level

B.Help plan speech and organize thoughts

III. Second Main Point: Creating a Presentation

A.Creating a presentation from a Word outline (Benefits of an Outline, 1)

1.Uses the heading styles

a)Heading styles are applied when you use numbered outlines

(1)Each paragraph formatted with the Heading 1 style becomes a new slide, each Heading 2 becomes the first level of text, and so on.

B.Procedures

1.Open the document and use it to create a presentation

2.Open the File menu

IV. Main Point 3: Building on previous work

A.Use heading styles to create longer documents

B.To learn more about Outline view, review Microsoft Word Help

V. Conclusion

A.Restate your main points

1.Working with Microsoft Word

2.Creating a Presentation (Effective Use of a Presentation, 2)

3.Building on Previous Work

B.Summarize the presented ideas

C.Restate introduction or conclude with a compelling remark

Sources

1.Benefits of an Outline. (2015). Importance of an Outline. Retrieved from

http://www.inspiration.com/visual-learning/outlining.org

2.Effective Use of a Presentation. (2018). Retrieved from

https://www.effectiveuseofpresentation.edu

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COM201: ASSIGNMENT 2 Informative Speech Assignment 2.1 Due Date Points Outline Week 4 80 Assignment 2.2 Due Date Points Speech (2-­3 min.) Week 5 115 Self-­Review Week 5 30 You’ve learned a lot about effective speaking and you’re already working on improving your delivery skills. It’s time to take the next step toward becoming a powerful speaker! Your second assignment is to prepare and deliver a well-­researched, informative speech. Everything you’ve read and practiced so far in this course relates directly to successful informative speaking. Reference Chapters • Chapter 9: Organizing the Body of the Speech. This chapter will help you create a well-­organized speech that connects with your audience. • Chapter 10: Giving Your First Speech. This chapter will help you prepare a strong introduction and conclusion for your speech. Strayer Writing Standards • You are required to use at least two quality resources for this assignment. Follow the Strayer Writing Standards (SWS) for citing each source. The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation. • Per SWS and APA guidelines, your outline must incorporate in text and reference page citations. Technical Difficulties • For technical difficulties reach out to me via: o o email brazil@strayer Blackboard Chat Line (when available) See next page for instructions Assignment 2.1 Informative Speech Outline Due Week 4: 80 points 1) Select either Topic A or Topic B for your informative speech. o Topic A: How Technology Has Impacted Society o Topic B: History of Your Hometown 2) Create an outline or speaking notes in Microsoft Word. o Download the Microsoft Word template in the “Assignment 2.1” section located in Week 4 of your course. o Develop a specific purpose, central idea, and several main points so you'll stay within the 3-­minute time limit. o You must use at least two quality resources. 3) Submit the completed Microsoft Word template in Blackboard (this is separate from your speech/self-­review). 4) For this assignment, you will not compose an essay or speech. You are only required to submit an outline. Assignment 2.2 Informative Speech and Self-­Review Due Week 5: 145 points 1) Part 1: Record or upload your speech. o Refer to your outline or speaking notes to deliver your speech. Do not read your notes word for word. o Follow the technical instructions for recording your video in the “Assignment 2.2” section located in Week 5 of your course. o Remember to watch your recording. Do you want to submit it, or do you want to record another version? 2) Part 2: Complete the self-­review questions. o After you have recorded your speech, address the self-­review questions in the “Assignment 2.2” section located in Week 5 of your course. This reflection helps you step back and take a second look at your work, with an eye on improvement and highlighting your achievements! 3) Submit your speech and self-­review in Blackboard. See next pages for grading *Grading for this assignment will be based on the following criteria and evaluation standards: POINTS: 80 Criteria 1. Completed outline submitted to Blackboard. ASSIGNMENT 2.1: INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Exemplary 100% -­ A Proficient 85% -­ B Fair 75% -­ C Meets Minimum Expectations 65% -­ D Unacceptable 0% -­ F Submitted a complete, well-­ developed outline. Submitted a complete outline but some areas needed more information or development. Submitted an outline but it was partially developed and / or was missing some information. Submitted an outline but it was insufficiently developed and / or missing large amounts of information. Did not submit an informative outline to Blackboard or the outline is off topic. 2. Outline provides solid flow for speech and incorporates at Submitted outline provided excellent sense of flow Submitted outline provided strong sense of Submitted outline may provide a sense of flow for least 2 credible sources. without any noticeable errors for speech and correctly incorporates at least 2 credible sources. flow with only minor errors for speech and correctly incorporates at least 2 credible sources. Submitted outline provided partial sense of flow for speech and correctly incorporates at least 1 credible sources. Did not submit an informative outline, the outline is off topic, or outline structure provided no sense of flow for speech. Outline was clean, clear, and easy to read throughout the entire submission. Outline had no major spelling / grammar issues but minor issues Outline had major spelling / grammar issues in 25% and minor issues throughout the submission. Outline had major spelling / grammar issues in 50% of the submission. Weight: 40% Weight: 40% 3. Outline checked for spelling / grammar issues. Weight 20% throughout the submission. speech, but it does not correctly incorporate at least 2 credible sources. Did not submit an informative outline, the outline is off topic, or outline had major issues that impacted readability. POINTS: 115 ASSIGNMENT 2.2: INFORMATIVE SPEECH Fair 75% -­ C Gains attention and interest, previews main points Gains attention and interest, generally previews main points Some problems with gaining attention and interest and/or with previewing main points Insufficiently gains attention and interest or insufficiently previews main points Does not gain attention and interest, and/or does not preview main points Cites at least two credible sources that support main points Cites at least two credible sources that generally support main points Cites at least two credible sources, but lacks support for at least one main point Cites only one credible source, insufficiently supports at least one main point Does not cite any credible sources, and/or insufficiently supports main points Weight 10% Reinforces central idea, uses strong closing Reinforces central idea, uses generally strong closing Some problems with reinforcing central idea and/or with using strong closing Insufficiently reinforces central idea or uses weak closing Does not reinforce central idea, and/or does not use strong closing 4. Speech Organization Well organized, logical structure Well organized, generally logical structure Some problems with organization and/or with logical structure Insufficiently organized or insufficiently structured Limited or no organization, and/or limited or no logical structure 2-­3 minutes +/-­ 15 seconds 2-­3 minutes +/-­ 30 seconds 2-­3 minutes +/-­ 45 seconds 2-­3 minutes +/-­ 60 seconds 2-­3 minutes +/-­ 75 seconds Strong eye contact, expressive voice, and natural gestures Good eye contact, generally expressive voice and natural gestures Average eye contact, some expressive voice, minimally distracting gestures Insufficient eye contact, limited expressive voice and/or unnatural gestures Very little / no eye contact, no expressive voice, unnatural gestures Clear and consistent throughout Generally clear and consistent Some problems with clarity and consistency Problems with clarity and consistency throughout Limited or no audio, video, and/or other technology Connects well with audience and achieves purpose Generally connects with audience and achieves purpose Connects somewhat with audience, partially achieves purpose Limited connection with audience, doesn’t fully achieve purpose Doesn’t connect with audience or achieve purpose 1. Introduction Weight: 10% 2. Research Weight: 15% 3. Conclusion Exemplary 100% -­ A Meets Minimum Expectations 65% -­ D Proficient 85% -­ B Criteria Weight: 15% 5. Time Requirement Weight: 10% 6. Delivery Weight: 15% 7. Speech Clarity, and Visual Quality Weight 10% 8. Overall Effectiveness Weight 15% POINTS: 30 Criteria 1. Submit a completed self-­ review. Weight: 20% 2. Self-­review was well-­developed. Weight: 80% Unacceptable 0% -­ F ASSIGNMENT 2.2: INFORMATIVE SPEECH SELF-­REVIEW Fair 75% -­ C Meets Minimum Expectations 65% -­ D Exemplary 100% -­ A Proficient 85% -­ B Submitted a completed self-­ review. Submitted a generally completed self-­ review. Submitted a partially completed self-­ review. Submitted a minimally completed self-­review. Did not submit a self-­review. Submitted self-­ review provided excellent comments on student progress/work. Submitted self-­ review provided good comments on student progress/work. Submitted self-­ review provided acceptable comments on student progress/work. Submitted self-­ review provided minimal comments on student progress/work. Did not submit completed self-­ review, or submitted self-­ review provided no comments on student progress/work. Unacceptable 0% -­ F ...
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