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  1. Informative Speech on the Surf Rider Foundation

    3.www.surfrider.org, accessed 7/14/2010 CHECKLIST FOR WRITING AN OUTLINE 1 Organization The introduction states the main topic or idea of the outline. Each paragraph in your paper has a sub-topic. Each sub-topic describes the main idea for a paragraph. Supporting information and...

  2. Outline of Informative Speech

    preparation outline. Body: I. First, here are some tips that will ensure you get full credit on your speech outline by including the essentials. A. Make sure your outline is full-content. 1. Everything that is in your speech should be in your outline...

  3. Computer

    oral presentation is a speech given to another person or group of people to present information or research about a topic. 2. Before you prepare for a presentation, what do you need to figure out? (1.0 points)   Before you start preparing for a presentation, it's important to figure out what the...

  4. Informative speech

    Rachive Joseph EAP-0400c Outline for an Informative Speech ATTENTION-GETTING OPENER How many of you go out just to escape worry? How many of you go watch a movie to forget about trouble? How many of you go to the beach just because you bored or lonely? Have you ever gambled? Well, today...

  5. Restywidii

    presentation. http://www.ehow.com/how_2046892_prepare-presentation.html#ixzz1If1kCEhu Create a Presentation Outline Presentations are great tools for sharing information. The best way to make sure your presentation gets the points across you want, and to verify you will properly cover all the...

  6. Public Speaking Skills

    finish all your research before trying to categorize the information. The categories are very important for two reasons: They enable you to decide what points you want to discuss in your speech, and they make it easy to find information on each point as you begin your outline. So you read through your...

  7. Studying

    the information collected for an essay. The outline provides a helpful template for the writer to organize the information, and it provides a fail-safe check to make sure enough details and examples are included. On an outline, if you have a I, you must have a II; if you have an A, you must have a...

  8. Law Assignment

    Important information on the back – Please turn this over Things to Consider • If you are not ready to go on your assigned day, a 20% point deduction will be taken. • If you are absent on the day of your speech, you must bring a note from your parent which explains why you were absent...

  9. Ololo

    texts, i.e., listening and reading, in the discipline. However, students will be expected to produce output texts in speech and writing throughout the course. The syllabus focuses on key vocabulary for the discipline and on words and phrases commonly used in academic and technical English. It...

  10. Comparitive Essay-Romeo and Juliett

    which if your patient ears attend” On stage, the characters described the setting in their speeches. The actor’s words had to convey all necessary information about plot, characters and setting because the play took place on a bare, open-air stage, with only a few props and limited costumes. For example...

  11. Impact 9-11 caused United States America

    freedom and well beings. The want life, good health, a job at a decent level of living, comfortable housing, happy life, opportunities for their children, personal safety, and peace. Work Cited Beach, Randall. 2003. "Has free speech become a casualty of war in Iraq?" New Haven...

  12. First Amendment

    speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. To understand the impact this amendment has on society, one must comprehend the historical background of this amendment and effect is has on citizens rights...

  13. Intro Speech

    basketball even though I'm really not all that good at it. B. I enjoy playing video games along with board games. C. I am also a huge fan of the beach. (Transition) Now that you know the basics of what I like to do on my free time lets wrap it all together. Conclusion: I have given you all a little...

  14. Efdsfv

    Planning a Speech The questions below will help you plan your speech. You may have already answered some of them in your Student Guide, so refer to your Student Guide, if you wish. Remember: You need to complete the assignment by the due date to receive full credit. (10 points) |Score ...

  15. Vocabulary

    memorizing lists of words is ineffective because most of the information is lost in your mind as soon as you learn it. Vocabulary needs to be learned in context and you need to start using these higher level words to replace lower level words in your everyday speech in order to become a permanent part of...

  16. Impact 9-11 Caused United States America

    THE IMPACT THAT SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 CAUSED THE UNITED STATES The Outline A. The first thing I will discussing will be judicial. 1. The American justice system B. The second thing I will be discussing will be emotionally 1. How people felt about the war 2. Hate crimes against middle-east...

  17. public speaking

    Reflections: After watching a short clip of speech “Dedication” by Adrian, I learnt how affective it is to use a narrative of personal story telling in order to capture the audience’s attention and to keep them listening. In this speech, Adrian uses his personal story to tell the audience of how dedicated...

  18. Outline

    Chan Alexander Speech 12 Persuasive Speech Outline Topic: Downsides to social networking General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience not to be too absorbed in social media. I. Introduction A. Story of how I spent a whole half hour to 45 minutes at the beach...

  19. Personal Critique

    audience. Even though some people are against the military, it wasn’t a persuasive speech that pushed the military on any unwilling listeners. The main points were a little hard to identify. It was more of a continuous speech about the infantry. Points A, B, C, weren’t laid out in the beginning. Organization: ...

  20. Public Speaking

    lot of things that I never noticed and that probably would have gone unnoticed for ever. Our first speech which was a speech that had to do with something that was very special to us was a fun speech as well as easy for me. There are many things in my life that are special to me so the specific topic...

  21. Computers

    away from crowd and pollution. It has a beautiful beach where the tides are low and even kids can enjoy the water here. edit • Narrates about an object, event or phenomenon, so that the audience could visualize the image. Structure/outline 1. Introduction. 2. Main body...

  22. The Great Debate-School Uniforms

    uniforms" (Clinton 4). The President later visited Long Beach, California, where the first, district wide, mandatory school uniform policy in the country was enjoying seemingly remarkable success. He told those attending his speech that he had signed an order instructing the Secretary of Education to...

  23. How to Write a Resume

    Informative Speech Outline: How to Write a Resume Purpose: At the end of my speech, the audience will be informed on how to write a resume. Introduction: How many of you here have applied for a job and had to turn in a resume? Well for those who haven’t, today you are going to witness three of...

  24. The Writing Packet

    , while the predicate tells something about the subject. In the following sentences, the predicate is enclosed in braces ({}), while the subject is highlighted. Judy {runs}. Judy and her dog {run on the beach every morning}. To determine the subject of a sentence, first isolate the verb and...

  25. Organizing the Preparation Outline for your Introduction Speech

    Organizing the Preparation Outline for your Introduction Speech I. Start with Main Points A. Look at the information that you gathered and try to find a way to organize your main points (chronological, spatial, topical, problem-solution, cause-effect). For example if you want to tell your...

  26. Self Evaluation and Progress Report

    speeches to help my get used to presenting information as well as knowing how to present it better. But its not only doing more speeches that help you become stronger, but also by evaluating how you have done. 1. Ice Breaker I In my introductory speech, I saw various things that I could work on...

  27. Giving Your First Speech

    Giving Your First Speech Preparing your personal experience speech 1. Choose your topic. Don’t try to give your whole life history; instead, focus on one or two experiences in your life which have helped define who you are. 2. Find a creative way to develop your story—could it be any of these...

  28. Compare and Contrast

    through them. She didn’t particularly like my Tony Lama boots or my country-western and Tex-Mex musical taste. I wasn’t that crazy about Beach Boys music or her progressive, California-style country-western. In California, the beach was relatively close for Cecilia. On our first date she asked how often I...

  29. Business Terms

    Long Beach Public Library Common Business Terms and Definitions Business Plan A comprehensive planning document which clearly describes the business developmental objective of an existing or proposed business applying for assistance in SBA's 8(a) or lending Programs. The plan outlines what...

  30. A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking

    Speech The key to the successful delivery of any speech, particularly when using a key-word outline, is practice. The more you rehearse your speech, the more comfortable you will become when you speak. For more information on practicing the speech, see Chapter 19, “Using the Body.” SAMPLE SPEAKING...