STRC 1111 S5 Proposition of Policy Criteria (Fall 2010)

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STRC 1111 Speech 5: Proposition of Policy Purpose: The purpose of this presentation is to: (1) answer your term topic, (2) propose a policy that addresses your public policy controversy and (3) offer you an opportunity to polish the delivery skills you have practiced throughout the semester. General Expectations 1. Your speech should be 6 to 8 ½ minutes long. 2. On the day of your presentation, you will need to provide your instructor with: a. an Evaluation form (print off from Blackboard). There are three different evaluation forms based on the organizational strategy you select. Please bring the correct evaluation form. b. an outline of your presentation. c. a works cited page. d. a copy of your PowerPoint slides (if necessary) 3. There is a sample outline on Blackboard (under “Assignments”—Speech 5: Proposition of Policy). 4. There is a blank outline template (Word file) on Blackboard (under “Assignments”— Speech 5: Proposition of Policy). 5. Your attire should be “business casual.” 6. After this presentation, the audience will also be asked to: (1) evaluate the speaker’s overall progress during the semester, (2) generate questions about the policy offered, and/or (3) respond to the overall persuasiveness of the speaker’s position presented during the semester. 7. This assignment is worth ______ points for your outline/works cited and ______ for your presentation. Outline Criteria 1. You must complete an outline that is structured around an introduction, body, and conclusion. a.
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