Informative Speech Assignment Proposal Guidelines

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that pertain to and support your topic. Note that these sources will not necessarily be used for the speech. Of these five sources, at least one must be from an article published in one of three types of print sources—a scholarly journal, a newspaper article, or a book. Of these five sources, only one may come from a reference work. Of these five sources, only one may come from a web source—that is, an article published directly to a web site. This does not count journal and newspaper articles that have been reprinted onto a web site, nor does it count non-reference articles from aggregated databases such as those available through the WSU library website. Interviews may be used, including those conducted through electronic resources (such as email or facebook). Interview subjects must be relevant experts on the speech topic who are NOT relatives, long established friends, or teachers of the student. A record of the interview will be required for this type of source, either a printed transcript of correspondence (if done electronically) or an audio recording of the interview. Make sure you get permission to record your interview subject—recording someone without their knowledge could have serious legal consequences. If you decide to record an interview subject, make sure you begin with a recording of him or her granting this permission. Documentaries may also be used. In this case, you will need to find a producer, writer, or
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