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Monday, October 15, 2012

Informative Speech Requirements


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Speech # 3   Informational Speech

Value:   15% of final grade / 150 points (100 oral, 50 written)

Length:   6 to 8 minutes, 50 points deducted if over or under limit

Topic:   An issue or concept that is new and interesting to your audience.

Notes:   Must not appear to use notes, although short notes are permitted. Note cards are required, do not bring up full outline or thumbnails. See example videos in text (note card tab).


Outlines:   Evaluation sheet stapled to the top of  the following Package: 1. Evaluation, 2. Thumbnail, 3. Full outline with references. Thumbnail copy for instructor. Detailed outline with a minimum of five source references noted on the outline referenced to the place they are used, and following the last portion of the outline (no need for an additional page) presented only to the instructor prior to your speech. Narrative also required. All notes and visual aids may be to be turned in immediately following the speech.

Also see the evaluation sheet located on Angel.


20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you. This helps.

Anonymous said...

I hope i can do this... Jeff wilson com101 wh940

Joshua M Matul said...

I found this helpful it makes the speech a lot more clear on what we should be doing.

ana mariano said...

thank you. this is very helpful.

Leavittfamilyfun said...

The lazy part of me hates the APA research format, but the desire to learn part of me gives me likes the opportunity!

Alyssa Morley com101-115 said...

Thank you! This really does help make things clearer.

J Purkiss said...

No problem understanding this. Is there a way to save it or email it to myself?

Breyon Miller said...

This is very helpful, thank you for putting it up.

Nicholas Ambe said...

Very helpful thank you for putting this up.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this. This is very helpful and necessary especially on such a big assignment! I am excited to see what people decide to do their speeches on. I already know what im doing :)

Jordon Diab

Anonymous said...

I enjoy the speech topics that other people give, it's interesting...thanks for this information, it's helpful.

dane gerace com101 said...

This is very helpful.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate this post. I will definitely be using this information for my speech. I know we're told this in class, but it's nice to have the visual as well. Plus, we can copy and print this and look back on it as we put together our speeches.

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Anonymous said...

I'm really excited for these speeches. I feel like this is a really good way to find some new and interesting discussion topics as well as get to know some of the interests of fellow classmates. I'm looking forward to learning some new things from this! I love oppurtunities to share knowledge like this... Unfortunately I have a billion (figuratively, of course) different idea on what to talk about swirling around in my head. Excited to hear everyone else's though!

sabrina S. Garcia
Com 101 #4049

Anonymous said...

This has been very helpful to me, and Ill be able to use this in the future.

Chris Smith com101 sec4049

Christina Ortega COM101-4049 said...

Thank you!! this is very helpful!! im printing it our and following it step by step as we speak (or type) :D

Holly Knowlton com 101 4080 said...

Yessss! thank you!

Ana Tinta COM 101-4080 said...

This has helped out tremendously! Thanks Art Lynch for making us work!

Berenice said...

thank you, thank you!

Katrin Clyde said...

This is a great source for helping students with informative speeches plus it gives links that are also helpful the only thing I noticed is that the current syllabus says 6 to 9 minutes and this is 6 to 8 minutes GREAT GUIDE though very helpful