S5 Policy Speech criteria(2)

S5 Policy Speech criteria(2) - STRC 1111 Criteria for...

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STRC 1111 Criteria for Speech 5: Policy Speech 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. Just prior to delivering your presentation, you will need to provide your instructor with: a. an outline of your presentation. b. a works cited page. 3. There is a sample outline on Blackboard (under “Assignments”—Speech 5: Proposition of Policy). 4. Your attire should be “business casual.” 5. 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. 6. This assignment is worth 125 points. Outline Criteria 1. You must complete an outline that is structured around an introduction, body, and conclusion. a. You must include your citations and note when you will be using your visual aids (if any). 2. You must provide me with a works cited page. This is not a copy of your annotated bibliography. Your works cited page should only list the resources used to produce this presentation (including visual aids). 3.
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course STRC 1111 taught by Professor Raskin during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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