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Now, you get to take everything you have worked on this far and apply it to this particular speech! This is your opportunity to take a stance on a topic of interest and support your viewpoint. This final presentation represents the culmination of smaller assignments. Consider:
The topic itself. What is the issues, who are the stakeholders, and why is this important to you? And… why should it be important to us?
Your topical outline. What do you plan to tell us? What evidence do you plan to share, to convince us that your side is right in this debate?
What did you learn from the devil’s advocate? How can you use their own propaganda against them – so that your argument is even stronger?
What tips will you use to make a ‘great’ persuasive speech? How can you use visual aids?
And finally, what will you ask the audience to do, once you’ve persuaded them that your viewpoint is the most logical/sensible? Will your concluding thoughts resonate with them?
A few parameters:
This speech should be 8-10 minutes in length.
Establish credibility and use a minimum of four sources (cited within your speech and also provided in your outline).
Use visuals where you can!
Show enthusiasm! Use your voice to engage the audience and leave a positive impression.
Submit the outline for this speech with your four sources (the template below). Please copy and paste these sources into the ‘comments’ area when submitting or submit as a paper. That way I can evaluate your sources.
Remember the three-part system (Intro, Body, Conclusion). Present facts that convince. Use strong introductions and Conclusions.
Have fun with this one!