GUIDELINES and EXAMPLE TV Show Analysis (1)

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TV SHOW ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT Prepare this speech according to the directions and suggestions below. This speech will be 5-7 minutes long and is worth 150 points. Adherence to the 5-7 minute timeframe of the speech will be strictly kept. I will assign you to a day to present your speech within the speech block. If you are not ready or are not in class on that particular day , you will forfeit your points . No make-ups will be made. This assignment is in two parts. First, you will make your outline and bring it in for the last class before the speech block. On this day, we will conduct a peer edit. I will also go around and correct your outline, too. This is for an easy 50 points. It is pass or fail. You receive the points just for showing up, bringing your outline to be edited by your peer and myself, and to edit someone else’s paper, as well. After receiving feedback on your outline, you are then to go home and re-do your outline and make all the corrections. Staple the original outline to the final outline in order to receive your grade. Both outlines must be stapled together. There will be one letter grade deduction if one outline is missing. The first outline draft is due March 4 or 10; the final outline and speech block will be due March 6 or 12. Note: If you do not bring a print-out of your corrected outline stapled to your final outline, you will also forfeit the chance to present your speech. Proper APA format MUST be used for a passing grade including proper in-text citations and reference page. An exemplary speech outline is provided at the end of this document for your reference. You must use this outline in order to receive full credit. Directions: Select a TV show from either PBS, NBC, FOX, ABC, or CBS, CW. Analyze one or two scenes and use the terms and concepts from the book to describe in detail the interpersonal communication strategies that are being covered. An “A” paper will use five concepts. A “B” paper will use four, and a “C” paper will use three. All concepts must be orally cited from their page number. See the rubric for further instructions. HIGHLIGHTED SKILLS: Thesis statement and connected main supporting points Transitions and organizational markers Citing of research sources Visual support Audience connection, use of personal pronouns Credibility TIME LIMIT: 5-7 minutes Adopt a listener-centered mind-set. Prepare and deliver this speech with your audience in mind. Your goal is to broaden the intellectual horizons of your specific listeners. Topic selection/audience analysis. Choose a topic of interest to intellectually curious college students. The topic must be one that helps your classmates learn more about their world, and must be one about which you need to do additional research.
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Structure your speech.
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