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Informative Speech Audience AssessmentBee SpeechSpecific Goal:My audience will understand (or learn or realize or become acquainted with) [How neonicotinoids are a main factor contributing to the disappearance of the bees, as well as what we can do to help fix the problem.]My Narrowed Topic:a)Strategy:I’ll teach my topic by explanation. b)Narrow Focus: a.Original topic: Why the bees are dying b.Narrower topic: Whats killing the beesc.Even narrower topic: Neonicotinoids contributing to the bees disappearance.Ethos:a)Primary Ethos:[I have always been interested in bees since my neighbors have always had them, and I have done research on this topic]. b)Secondary Ethos:I will cite Scholarly journal, Marla Spivak TED talk, Bee-ware of Neon's article, and the Climate change article expert references. Audience Knowledge Level:Most audience members have little knowledge of the topic. Adaptation to Audience Knowledge:I will help my audience understand my topic by explaining all of the key factors to them and using startling statistics and informing them why they should care.Pattern of Organization: I’ll use a chronological pattern of organization.
Informative Speech Full Sentence Outline[Bee Speech]Introduction: Hook:[We all love fresh fruit, vegetables, and especially honey. But if it wasn't for the bees we wouldn't have any of these products that we eat every day.]Thesis:[Today I am going to inform you about how a chemical called Neonicotinoids is contributing to the decline in bee populations and show you what steps each one of us can take to fixing the problem.]Preview:1. [Why neonics in pesticides are killing the bees]2. [Why they are still being used]3. [Actions we can take to fixing the problem and why we should fix the problem] Transition:[We all know that pesticides are used to get rid of pests on plants, but are we aware that these pesticides contain systematic chemicals that are killing the bees?]