Informative Speech Assignment Proposal Guidelines

Documentaries may also be used in this case you will

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Documentaries may also be used. In this case, you will need to find a producer, writer, or director for the purposes of author credit. Written Content Requirements: The content of this assignment must include the following information:
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1. One paragraph must be present that describes the topic that has been selected for the Informative Speech. This should specify what you believe you will talk about during the course of your speech. 2. One paragraph must be present that describes why this topic will be an interesting and effective choice, using the information listed in the document “Topic Selection” (available on D2L) as a guide. In other words, does this topic meet the goals of topic selection, and is this topic absent from The Big List of Overused Topics? 3. One paragraph must be present that describes both the type of informative speech that will be used and the method of organization you believe will work best, in terms of helping the audience understand and take an interest in your topic. 4. For each source you have collected, answer the following questions: a. Who is the author of this source? (Author) b. What year was the source created or otherwise made available? (Date) c. What is the title of the publication and/or the title of the article? (Title) d. If the source is a web site, what is the URL? (URL) e. DO NOT include content from the source itself—this is unnecessary for this
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