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  1. Informative Speech on the Surf Rider Foundation

    informative speech by kayla venable, mcneese state university Introduction: 1. Attention Getter: With the economy the way it is now and all that’s happening with the oil spill each and every one of us needs to put effort into saving the environment and our wildlife. The blame for global...

  2. Outline of Informative Speech

    Speaking Mrs. Smith Sample Preparation Outline Introduction: Attention-getter: Listen up - would everyone in here like to earn a much better grade in their speech class just by following this example? Motivate the audience to listen: A good outline can make the difference between an A and B...

  3. Computer

    slides in your presentation.   3. What is an outline? (1.0 points) An outline is a way of organizing information in terms of how important it is, and how it relates to other topics.   4. How are formal outlines organized? (1.0 points) A formal outline is organized using roman numerals, letters...

  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 I’m...

  5. Outline

    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 with my friends...

  6. Nice, France Outline

    Nice, France Outline Specific Purpose Statement: To provide employees with necessary knowledge to live and succeed in Nice, France. Introduction (Attention Getter) Nice itself is an attraction: the rich blue-green sea, diverse shopping, enjoyable dining and art-deco façades. Nicois...

  7. Compare and Contrast

    called the “4 P s”: purpose, points, pattern, and presentation. PURPOSE Purpose indicates what you want to accomplish. Are you trying just to give information about the two parts of your subject, showing how they are similar and dissimilar; or are you trying to argue that one side is better than the other...

  8. Public Speaking Skills

    a day. PN4129.15.P838 2010 808.5’1—dc22 2010010695 Printed in the United States of America 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ISBN-13 978-1-57685-746-5 For more information or to place an order, contact LearningExpress at: 2 Rector Street 26th Floor New York, NY 10006 Or visit us at: www.learnatest.com contentS ...

  9. Steroids

    Jared Raymond Informative Speech Outline: “What it takes to become a Beach Lifeguard” (Introduction) When you arrive at the beach you will usually see the lifeguard either standing in his tower or talking to people attending the beach. People don’t pay much mind to the guard the rest of the day...

  10. 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...

  11. Ololo

    teach students to cope with input 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...

  12. Computers

    edit • Kapu Beach (Kaup Beach), off NH66, driving south from Udupi. Lighthouse closes at 4:30PM. Nice, relatively unknown beach. There is a lighthouse from which once can get a nice view.Its 22Km from manipal, MIT. ₹10 for the lighthouse. Beach is free.. edit • Malpe beach, SH65, near Stella...

  13. ENG 102 UOP Course Tutorial/Tutorialrank

    Sources Resources: Finding, Evaluating, and Utilizing Credible Information; Appropriate Style Guidelines; the Axia College Writing Resources Web Site; Appendix D; and Appendix E Due Date: Day 7 [Individual forum] Review How to Work with Information from Sources at the Axia College Writing Resources Web site...

  14. 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...

  15. Speeding

    Jessica Norris Persuasive Speech Speech Outline Specific Purpose Statement: To Persuade my audience not to speed. Introduction I. When speeding you will eventually meet a cop or the grave. II. Speeding is a cause of many car accidents and I am here today to tell you the fines and...

  16. The Great Debate-School Uniforms

    the Union address. During that speech the President stated, "If it means that teenagers will stop killing each other over designer jackets, then our public schools should be able to require their students to wear uniforms" (Clinton 4). The President later visited Long Beach, California, where the first...

  17. biology

    Speech #2: The Impromptu Speech Purpose: To inform your audience about a quote, an idea, or a concept. Specific Purpose Statement Examples: • The audience will understand what “I have a dream,” means to me. • The audience will know the latest news from the Colts. • The audience will understand...

  18. MGMT 530 Devry Courses - Devrycart

    Week 6 Discussion. The Final Course Project Proposal with the PowerPoint presentation is due by the end of Week 7 (graded). Required Outline The following outline is required for your Course Project. • Executive Summary (less than one page) This summary is a short, carefully worded description...

  19. 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...

  20. college athletes

    Persuasive Speech Outline 1. They are two academic sources (book, academic journal) and one popular sources (magazine, newspaper). Remember, this is just a minimum. You can use more than this amount. You must also include your sources within the outline of your speech (in-text citation) where you...

  21. "Lord Of the Flies" by William Golding

    with one another to make the story stream together. There is a coral reef that lies a mile of shore at which the waves break producing a duplicated beach effect in the sea, "as though a giant had bent down to reproduce the shape of the island in a flowing chalk line but tired before he had finished."...

  22. Intro Speech

    OUTLINE Purpose Statement: To introduce myself and give a little information about me. Thesis Statement: To understand who i am, it’s important to look at a few thing about me to include: my family, what I do, and hobbies of mine . Introduction Attention Getter: Good afternoon class, my name is...

  23. information technology today

    Web users • Web pages can also contain applets o Applets (usually written in JAVA) are special programs that can be downloaded quickly Chapter Outline Page 1 of 16 Computing Essentials 2008 Chapter 2: The Internet, The Web, and Electronic Commerce o They provide animation, display graphics, and...

  24. 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...

  25. Vocabulary

    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 your vernacular...

  26. 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 ...

  27. A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking

    A BRIEF CONTENTS PART 1 • GETTING STARTED 1 1. Becoming a Public Speaker 2 2. From A to Z: Overview of a Speech 8 3. Managing Speech Anxiety 1 4 4. Ethical Public Speaking 23 5. Listeners and Speakers 30 PART 2 • DEVELOPMENT 36 6. Analyzing the Audience ...

  28. First Amendment

    Amendment One The Constitution of the United States is an outline of the national government of the United Stated of America. It was written in 1787. Fifty-five men were there. They are known as the “Founding Fathers” or “Framers of the Constitution.” The Constitution of the United States was approved...

  29. 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...

  30. 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...