persuasive speech

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i'd like to do a persuasive speech which the topic is "Chengdu is the city that you never want to leave since you come here

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Persuasive Speech with Visual Aids Third Speech The purpose of a persuasive speech is to influence, change, or reinforce listeners’ ideas, attitudes, beliefs, or behaviors. For your third speech I would like you to perform an informative speech. The speech topic will be: Your choice of a topic This includes information you think that is important, or information you wish to let your listeners know about that they might not already know. This excludes: intimate or personal interactions. I do not want to know anything too personal. The assignment is to describe a specific event not to invade personal lives romantically or anatomically. If you have a question of whether or not your topic is clear to present please contact me beforehand via email (state33239@troy.edu) or ask me after class. This speech will be worth 150 points. The grading rubric is available. Time Requirement for this speech will be a minimum of 5 minutes, and maximum of 7 minutes. I will deduct points for the following: Speech not meeting overall requirements Speech not meeting time requirements Speaker not dressed appropriately Speaker was absent the day of his or her speech (without legitimate excuse, which is doctor’s excuse or University excuse) 5. Speaker was absent during other classmates speeches (attendance is mandatory unless legitimate excuse, which is doctor’s excuse or University excuse) 1. 2. 3. 4. I am looking for each part of a speech to be there: introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction has two goals: to capture and hold your audience’s attention and to prepare your audience for the body of the speech. The body holds your core information about your topic. You will want to mention your references and clearly state all your main points. The conclusion is there to reinforce the central idea. You will want to summarize your points. Your conclusion should be brief and typically take up 10% of your speech length. Visual Aids- All types of mediums can be used to present your aids. You can make slides, have posters or charts, use the whiteboard, or even use videos. Some rules regarding your visual aids: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Do not show any nudity or offense pictures regarding the human body or suggestive actions. Do not use images that are from someone you without permission Do not bring any weapons or objects that can be used for weapons to show the class If you bring props for your speech they must be approved by your professor No videos are permitted for this speech Outlines- Are to be turned in the day of your speech. Typed and with a total of three (3) references. I will email you a copy of your graded rubric after all speeches are completed. I will be saving everything multiple times, but it would be a good idea for you to save all copies of your grades. If you have any concerns or questions regarding your grade contact me immediately. After three days I will no longer accept any complaints/concerns or make any grade alterations. Good Luck!
Persuasive Speech with Visual Aids NAME: Grade: 0 PENALTIES (1 to 15 points are deducted for each based on severity ) Speech did not meet overall requirements Speech did not meet time requirements Speaker was not dressed appropriate for speech occasion Speaker was absent day of speech Speaker was absent during other classmates speeches Other (noted in comments) SPEECH CONTENT Introduction (76 POINTS) (21 POINTS) Creatively gained attention Clear Central idea Clear relevance statement Clear credibility statement Preview of main points Smooth transition to body Body (30 POINTS) Main points clearly stated Main points effectively organized Main points well supported At least three sources effectively cited Language concise and appropriate Smooth transitions throughout body Conclusion ( 25 POINTS) Clearly signaled conclusion Central ideal restated Summary of main points Returned to introductory device Strong ending statement Presentation Aid (24 POINTS) Visible during appropriate times Clearly explained Effective and appropriate Focused eye contact on audience Proper timing executed Proper setup Outline (25 POINTS ) Turned outline in Followed proper template Adequate detailed text Includes reference list Topic Emailed DELIVERY (25 POINTS) PHYSICAL (15 points) Maintained adequate eye contact Maintained proper posture Used appropriate gestures VOCAL (10 points) Verbal fillers absent Appropriate speaking volume Appropriate rate of speech Appropriate expressiveness Proper articulation and pronounciation Grading Scale for speech content and physical delivery is as follows: 0=Absent, 1=Very Poor, 2= Poor, 3= Fair, 4=Good, 5=Excellent Grading Scale for vocal delivery is as follows: 0= Absent, 1= Fair/Good, 2= Excellent Points Earned: Deductions: 0 0 Total Points Earned: 0 Points Possible: 150
Persuasive Speech with Visual Aids NAME: Grade: 0 PENALTIES (1 to 15 points are deducted for each based on severity ) Speech did not meet overall requirements Speech did not meet time requirements Speaker was not dressed appropriate for speech occasion Speaker was absent day of speech Speaker was absent during other classmates speeches Other (noted in comments) SPEECH CONTENT Introduction (76 POINTS) (21 POINTS) Creatively gained attention Clear Central idea Clear relevance statement Clear credibility statement Preview of main points Smooth transition to body Body (30 POINTS) Main points clearly stated Main points effectively organized Main points well supported At least three sources effectively cited Language concise and appropriate Smooth transitions throughout body Conclusion ( 25 POINTS) Clearly signaled conclusion Central ideal restated Summary of main points Returned to introductory device Strong ending statement Presentation Aid (24 POINTS) Visible during appropriate times Clearly explained Effective and appropriate Focused eye contact on audience Proper timing executed Proper setup Outline (25 POINTS ) Turned outline in Followed proper template Adequate detailed text Includes reference list Topic Emailed DELIVERY (25 POINTS) PHYSICAL (15 points) Maintained adequate eye contact Maintained proper posture Used appropriate gestures VOCAL (10 points) Verbal fillers absent Appropriate speaking volume Appropriate rate of speech Appropriate expressiveness Proper articulation and pronounciation Grading Scale for speech content and physical delivery is as follows: 0=Absent, 1=Very Poor, 2= Poor, 3= Fair, 4=Good, 5=Excellent Grading Scale for vocal delivery is as follows: 0= Absent, 1= Fair/Good, 2= Excellent Points Earned: Deductions: 0 0 Total Points Earned: 0 Points Possible: 150

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