Remember: this is just a suggested outline format, you may personalize your speech, but MUST follow the Motivated Sequence organization for this speech.
Please upload a typed copy of this worksheet to D2L as noted in the schedule and class announcements. THEN – after revisions, you will hand in a typed full-sentence (complete with your parenthetical quoted sources in the text) version of this worksheet along with your Works Cited page and your audience analysis on the day of your speech presentation as well as within the drop box online.
Summarize what you learned from your interview in a paragraph and hand it in with your outline on the day of your speech and in the drop box as noted in class.
3) Research: You will need four sources in addition to your interview.
Make your own flashcards that can be shared with others.
Learn with extra-efficient algorithm, developed by our team, to save your time.1.1 Demonstrate appropriate topic selection, audience analysis, organization, and content development in a speaker-audience setting. 1.3 Practice effective verbal and nonverbal delivery techniques that are well suited to the occasion and audience.1.4 Utilize appropriate research strategies to discover and ethically integrate supporting materials from diverse sources and points of view.You will need to persuade us to do this too, so make sure the possibility of persuasion exists. You should talk about your experience in your speech.KEEP IT SIMPLE: 2) Localize your topic by interviewing a “local expert.” You must prove that this topic area is a concern for our community.Keep in mind that you are trying to make your audience except a brand new vision of the problem.Use body language, mimics and other tools to affect a successful persuasive speech.The main mission is to convince your listeners that your point is the only right even if it is not.Your speech should come as the ultimate resolution to all problems arising during your performance.Thus, you will have at least 5 sources total with your interview.You can conduct additional interviews, use local news providers, more generalized research on volunteerism or your topic, etc.