John Locke: The Blueprint
Specific Purpose: to inform my audience about the contributions that philosopher John Locke made to American society.
Central Idea: The impact of John Locke’s philosophies on the American Constitution and society.
I. Imagine living in a...
General Purpose of the Speech: To Inform
Specific Purpose: Inform Audience of Realities of Tourette’s
Tourette Syndrome is a very real, very misunderstood, irregularity. It is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations...
STUDENT NAME/SECTION: Addie Chan - 017
1. Topic: Do Not Procrastinate
2. Circle the General Purpose of your speech: (to inform or to persuade)
3. List the Main Points that you will develop:
I. The disadvantages for procrastinating
II. The advantages for not procrastinating
4. Method of...
Due: May 16th 2011
WR 122/ Wilde
Final Essay #2
Importance of ‘Free Speech’
College is a time when most individuals are experiencing major changes and begin to explore new perspectives. The transition in becoming more independent, creating new insights and peer influence are key factors...
Online Public Speaking
Speech Analysis Assignment #1
Please answer the following questions after reading the Land of the Free Because of the Homeless speech on page 450 of your text.
Please support your answers...
The Freedom of Speech or The Freedom of Equality
College is a time when most individuals are experiencing major changes and begin to explore new perspectives. The key factors in changing the perspective of an individual are the transition in becoming more independent, creating new insights and peer...
site. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address has - despite its brevity -become the most memorable speech of all time. On the contrary, Everett's monotonous two-hour oration has been long forgotten.
I would divide Lincoln's speech into three segments, the first segment is aimed to persuade his audience that they should...
Topic: The Origins of Superstitions
General purpose: To inform.
Specific purpose: To inform my audience about the origins of four common superstitions.
Thesis: Throughout this speech, I will tell you about the origins of four common superstitions.
I. Attention-getter: The fear of...
Free Speech for You and Me
“George bush is a closet Homo.” Is this an example of free speech or is the person fueling a “call to arms” by wearing a statement like this? The reactions this statement might incite are not only hurtful to George Bush as a person but are hostile to an entire group...
Five hours later you arrive at your second job. You overhear your co-workers complaining about hiring immigrants.
IV. This is just one example of the hard days of illegal immigrants face in the states. Unlike most you are a hard-worker seeking to archive the American’s Dream.
Functional Styles of Speech
The Colloquial Style
This is the style of informal, friendly oral communication. The vocabulary of colloquial style is usually lower than the formal or neutral styles, it is often emotionally coloured.
Colloquial speech is characterized by the frequent use of words with...
Intro to Speech Comm. Class – Dr. Payton
Informative Speech Outline
A formal outline and the use of a physical visual aid(Object/Poster/etc) is required!
Sample Outline will be on Blackboard.
Do not use outline while presenting speech; Use notecards if necessary...
11 September 2014
Speech and Proclamation
“Speech and Proclamation of the Governor of Virginia” was written by Alexander Spotswood the governor of Virginia. The second author was Pontiac who was the leader of the pan-Indians. Spotswood’s audience was the...
Submitted: 03/09/2009 10:25 AM
Category: Social Issues
Informative Speech Outline: How to Write a Resume
At the end of my speech, the audience will be informed on how to write a resume.
How many of you here have applied for...
Organizing the Body of the Speech
Beginning and Ending the Speech
Organizing the Body of the Speech
Beginning and Ending of the Speech
Body of the
“Figures of speech are sometimes used to effectively convey a sense of place.” Explain and evaluate how this is achieved in text 22 and one other text of your choice.
Text 22 and text 23 both use figures of speech to effectively convey a sense of place. Text 22 is a private diary in second person...
What Would Our Forefathers Say?
Free speech is one of the most controversial and most confusing of the amendments. Throw it into a college campus setting and it’s an extremely complex matter. Its guidelines are not clear because, given the nature...
Sweet Grass Baskets: The African Art
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on the history of sweet grass basket of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Central Idea: The purpose of this speech is to inform my audience of sweet grass baskets; how they are made, and what they were used for.
Handbook, we learn that public speaking is an art form that can empower one to go beyond the normal means of just reading a speech. It brings forth the ability to GIVE a speech. Public speaking is a form of communication that is in almost every aspect of our lives. From talking to or friends or from...
SPC 1608: INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH
William Gombash, Ed.D.
Professor of Communications
Important: The purpose of this study guide is to assist you in understanding this course. It is not a substitute for attendance or taking notes during class.
I would strongly suggest...
April 14, 2014
Prompt: Should offensive speech, like hate speech and bullying - online or in person - be restricted and prohibited?
“On October 17, 2006, Megan Meir, a thirteen-year-old girl in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri, who had been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and depression, committed...
Final Essay |
Analysis of the speech: Protein Pointers by Doctor Andrew Weil |
María Andrea Cevallos. |
February 17, 2013 |
The objective of this essay is to describe a speech and to analyze five elements of the speaker’s verbal and non verbal communication.
Responsible Obscenity Laws or Free Speech Abridgements
In Susan Brownmiller’s essay, “Let’s Put Pornography back in the Closet”, she expresses her view on obscenity laws which, in her opinion, are too lenient when it comes to the display of pornographic material.
Over the years literature...
an audience already agrees with your speech (no more homework in high school for example), then your talk will not be persuasive. BRAINSTORM for a topic that will involve some scholarly consideration!
Speech topic ideas
Informative Speech Topics
• Inform my audience about the origins and current...
A president’s inaugural address is not just a celebratory speech. It is an American tradition that often sets the stage for an entire presidency. An "inaugural address" is the presidential speech given which inform the people of the president’s intentions as a leader. As we have witnessed, Barack Obama...
CHOOSING AN INFORMATIVE TOPIC
I’m going show you an activity you can do later develop some topic ideas for an informative speech…
…But first, we’ll talk about some general things you might want consider when picking topic for any presentation.
1. You have consider your audience…
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later I found out this dilemma almost happen every day and everywhere, so I’d like to inform this concept to all of you.
Next I will explain and analyze the prisoner’s dilemma and after that give examples.
The normal game form is shown as this:
Suppose there are two prisoners and the police...
Informative speech about air pollution.
Informative Speech about air pollution
Topic: Air pollution
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about two causes and one effect of air pollution.
Central Idea: The main two causes of air pollution and an effect of it in human body.
JFK Inauguration Speech Analysis
The tone of Kennedy’s speech is extremely confident, driven, and determined with a youthful energy that lasts throughout. This is developed by his use of rhetorical strategies such as declarative sentences, antithesis, asyndeton, and metaphorical and formal diction....