The student must provide this grading sheet on the speech day along with outline.
Policy Advocacy Speech Evaluation
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How many of you like to eat food?
How many of you eat organic food?
How many of you know what a GMO is?
The fact is a lot of people dont know what they are consuming. The only foods
that are labeled are non-gmo foods. Actually 70
Nuclear Energy Use in the United States
Topic: Nuclear Energy
General Purpose: To inform the audience about Nuclear energy usage in the United
Specific Purpose: Provide general information on Nuclear Energy Generation, and Give
information on the
Why you should go Outside
Topic: Benefits of Going Outside
I. How many of you would say that you spend more than 5 hours in front of a screen per
day? (TVs, Phones, Computers) Well for the average American the time spent in front
Public Issue Informative Speech
I think that I picked a topic that was very relevant to the times and a topic that
everyone knew at least a little bit about. I think that I wasted a little too much time
explaining the backgroun
Dricus. "Base Load and Peak Load: Understanding Both Concepts." SINOVOLTAICS
| Solar Technology & Asia. N.p., 2015. Web. 21 Feb. 2017.
Maehlum, Mathais Aarre. "Nuclear Energy Pros and Cons." Energy Informative.
N.p., 3 May 2015. We
Policy Advocacy Peer Evaluation Form
(name and date)
Assigned Student Speaker: _
1. Assess this speakers use of sources and citations, including the type of information provided
in each citation as well as the way the speaker varies the intro
How Entertainment Helps Us
Entertainment is a word that we use to describe things that we often find amusing,
something that we have fun doing or watching, and things that we use just to pass time when we
are bored. But entertainment is als
The Mail Man
By: DAndre Baldwin
It was another normal day for the mail man. He was
riding around in his truck delivering mail.
Until one of the ladies on his route came out and asked
him a question.
She politely asked him where her package was because it
Informative Speech Example
Informative Speech - Domestic Violence
Defining Domestic Violence
A. Willful intimidation
B. Physical assault
C. Abusive behavior with a person who has a systematic pattern of power.
D. Controlling behavior perpet
Critical Argument Essay Example
Critical Conversations: Lowering the Drinking Age
Imagine this: you just turned eighteen and you joined the army right out of high school.
Youve been deployed to Afghanistan, to fight on the front lines for your country. Yo
Example Policy speech
Policy Speech Writing Assignment #1: Rape & Sexual Assault in the Military
The issue that has been happening in america since women were allowed to join the
military has been equal rankings amongst peer soldiers, and sexual assault a
Good evening ladies and gentlemen, my name is Shelby Carr and I am a representative for the
Young Leaders of America Organization and I want to thank you for attending our convention
The man we have the honor to hear speak tonight has served as a
Name: S. Neil McCraw
Position: Personal Banker
Organization: Wells Fargo Bank (formerly Wachovia bank in Five Points)
705 Saluda Ave.
Columbia, SC 29205
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 803 540 1115
While the interview as a whole was a successful conversation, with some
nonverbal communication aiding in Mr. McCraw and my understanding of each other,
some nonverbal elements detracted from the success of the interview.
Speech Basic Outline
INTRO: Eyes and pocketbooks open
How to create, employment or profit
Research and editor
Audience Interest, Use limited space economically, target specific audience
INTEREST:Catch eye and force pause: Appeal to already exist interest
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Topic Approval Form
Proposed Topic: How to place an advertisement in a
To explain to my audience how to properly place a
newspaper advertisement geared towards a specific
audience to m
The Screaming Eye-Magnet
Specific Purpose: At the end of my speech the audience will know how to properly
place a newspaper advertisement geared towards a specific audience to maximize its
Central Idea: Advertisements must be place
ESSENTIALS: Rule #1: All advertising must take the customers view pg.9
Clustering Consumers: Developing Target Markets pg.48
Does a mere idle glance reveal some reason for anyone out there to pause? pg.35
goes into existing interes
Introduction: (word for word, all 5 required functions) attention getter, introduce
topic, motivate audience, credibility, preview main ideas
1. I like cheese
a. I like munster cheese (Hegmann 2005 456)
b. Use p
So everyone here likes music, right? Well if you just listen to your music through, say,
computer speakers or headphones then you are missing a very important part: bass. Once
youve listened to a song when with a subwoofer you can tell that the song doesn
Deep Web Outline
Everyone in this room has used the Internet before. Say I asked you to find information
on tax revenues in Columbia from 10 years, but you were not allowed to use a search
engine. Most people would be clueless, since 127 billion searches
Devine, Jane. Going Beyond Google: The Invisible Web in Learning and Teaching.
Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. 2009.
This book has the basics of the internet and the deep web, how to access it and
what types of infor
Joan Jet (name) 2/17/2010 (date) Informative (type) Tree Man Disease (title) I n t roduction
I. Attention Ma te rial : (question, quote, story, statistic, etc.) I I. P review : (tell the audience, in order, what you are going to discuss)
Today I will expl
Lastauskas 1 Steven Lastauskas Prof. Huell Section 17 Rhetorical criticism: Faulkner's Nobel Prize speech William Faulkner, most notably known for his literature received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1949 and gave one of the most renowned speeche