Informative Speech Assignment 2011(1) (1)

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Informative Speech Assignment October 24 – November 4 Purpose: The general goal of this presentation is to inform. Topic: Using personal experience and documented research as developing materials, you should expand on an idea from one of the following areas: A historical event, force, or movement . You should attempt to explain the importance of the causes, effects, characteristics, or purposes of the selected topic. Examples would be: the Equal Rights Movement or the first walk on the moon. A critical appraisal of a work of art, a piece of music, a film, or a theatrical presentation . You should attempt to clarify the characteristics, values, or aesthetic elements of the selected art form. You may focus on a specific work, a comparison of two or more works, or on a generic classification of types of artistic works. Examples would be: The Mona Lisa, My Name Is by Eminem, films by Peter Jackson, or Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris. A process . You should attempt to explain or clarify the functions of the various parts of a process and the causal relationships of the functions. The speech should not just be a “demonstration;” it should also discuss the “why’s” along with the “how-to’s.” Examples would be: skateboarding, bargain shopping, or writing a poem.
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2011 for the course 101 Communicat taught by Professor Moore during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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