explain how the platform relates to the various cultural formsidentities

Explain how the platform relates to the various

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explain how the platform relates to the various cultural forms/identities discussed in class (note, not all forms/identities will be pertinent to your discussion), (5) you should highlight the specific persuasive claims and arguments made by the digital platform, and (6) you should reflect on your experience with the platform in some meaningful and thoughtful way. Addressing all of these requirements will help you to present a cohesive argument. As with your previous speeches, this speech should accomplish the following: (1) it should be logically organized, (2) it should present sound evidence and reasoning in support of your materials, (3) it should draw upon the beliefs and values of you and your audience, (4) it should incorporate one or more visual aid(s) smoothly and effectively, (5) it should incorporate style effectively, (6) it should be presented in a polished, extemporaneous manner, and (7) it should improve upon the goals set after your first two speeches. This speech should contain a minimum of 4 cited sources. The total speech should be between 4-6 minutes in length, and should contain a visual aid. This presentation will be worth 200 points (20% of your final grade). Additional guidelines and requirements for this speech will be given in class. Speech Outlines: On speech days, you will be expected to provide two copies of your full-sentence outlineone hardcopy in your speech folder, and one digital copy to be submitted on ANGEL by dropbox. You will need to submit your outline to ANGEL before the start of class, and your hardcopy outline/folder will be submitted before you give your speech. Your outlines should be proofread and properly formatted. Additionally, you should be writing keyword outlines during your speech preparation process. These shortened and condensed outlines will help you practice your speech, and should eventually be reduced to note cards. I will expect you to turn in your note cards after your speech. I am more than happy to look over and review your outlines before you speak. If you would like comments on your outline, please email it to me at least 2 class periods before your scheduled speech date. Speech Folders: At the beginningof class on your speech date, you will submit your speech folder with the following: (1) your completed full-sentence outline, (2) a blank grading rubric, (3) all previous speech feedback, outlines, and grading rubrics, (4) a properly formatted bibliography, and (5) any other materials (speaking notes, visual aids, etc.) used during your speech (to be submitted after you speak). Failure to include these materials will result in the loss of points. Topic Proposals & Memos: You will complete a topic memo prior to each of your three main speeches in class. These assignments should each be between 2-3pages in length (double-spaced, of course). Your topic memos will address a series of questions designed to help you begin to brainstorm and research for your speech.

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