STRC Speech 2 Speech of Praise Criteria (Fall 2010)

STRC Speech 2 Speech of Praise Criteria (Fall 2010) - StOC...

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StOC 1111 Speech 2: Speech of Praise Purpose : The purpose of this second speaking assignment is threefold: (1) to present a well-organized speech (intro-body-conclusion, constructing an outline for contemporaneous speaking, etc.), (2) to select relevant materials that reflects the character of the person you are praising, and (3) to practice and critique your style of delivery. You need to choose a person whom you know personally, who has influenced your life in a positive way, and is still alive. The person could be a parent, grandparent, sibling, friend, coach, teacher, mentor, counselor, etc. This type of speech is known as an epideictic speech. Examples of these types of speeches include eulogies, roasts, weddings, honorary inductions, award ceremonies, job promotions, etc. General Expectations 1. Your speech should be 3 to 4 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). b. an outline of your presentation. c. a works cited page. 3. There is a sample outline on Blackboard (under “Assignments”—Speech 2: Speech of Praise). 4. There is a blank outline template (Word file) on Blackboard (under “Assignments”—Speech 2: Speech of Praise). 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course COMMUNICAT 1111 taught by Professor Waterstram during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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