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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY DOMINGUEZ HILLS
COURSE SYLLABUS: THE12003 (CRN: 41459)
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
FALL 2016 (M/W 11:30am12:45pm; SCC 100)
PROFESSOR: S. Shonni Albritton, Theatre Arts
FACULTY TELEPHONE: (310 
SPEAKING AND WRITING GUIDELINES
THEATRE 120: FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
1. GRADING STANDARDS FOR SPEECHES
A:
A wellorganized presentation; the purpose and main points are clear;
expressions are smooth and grammatica
Janaye Davis
9/24/16
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Informative Speech Outline
Introduction: My BET Awards Dream
a. Topic: Subconscious while Sleeping
b. Preview:
1. How the subconscious works
2. Why we do/ do not remember our dreams
3. Why we have no control over our d
The 3 Rs of Research
Recency:

Current month and year is most credible. At minimum, current year, especially when
presenting information on current, social, issues which may change from day to day.
If current year not available, it is suggested to not ci
Brennan Laden
THE 120 07
11/22/16
Against Banning Guns
Introduction:
A) Attention Getter: It happened in May of 2016. A 42yearold woman was jogging at
Gorman Park in New York City when a man walking by pulled out a knife and threatened
her. He dragged h
Brennan Laden
THE 12007
September 26, 2016
Introduction:
A) Imagine you just finished an interview for a serving job at a very successful, high end
restaurant. You are sitting at home watching television when the phone rings. You answer
it and to your su
OUTLINE TO BUILD A PERSUASIVE ARGUMENT
810 minute Speech on a controversial topic designed to inspire change, convince,
change minds, and call the audience to action.
INTRODUCTION: 2 minutes
A) ATTENTION GETTER  Here the speaker will utilize a dramatic
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Friday 30 May 2003
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 14
DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
Attempt THREE questions.
There are six questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
All the manifolds and related concepts should be assumed to be smooth.
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Tuesday 3 June 2003
Part III
9 to 12
PAPER 1
FINITE DIMENSIONAL LIE ALGEBRAS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIONS
Attempt QUESTION 1 and THREE other questions.
There are six questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Friday 30 May 2003
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 18
CATEGORY THEORY
Attempt SIX questions.
There are ten questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent pages until
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Thursday 5 June 2003
Part III
9 to 12
PAPER 4
CLASSICAL GROUPS
Attempt THREE questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent pages until
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Thursday 29 May 2003
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 11
TOPOLOGICAL GROUPS
Attempt THREE questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent page
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Thursday 29 May 2003
Part III
9 to 11
PAPER 8
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN THE COMPLEX DOMAIN
Attempt THREE questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
p
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Friday 30 May 2003
Part III
9 to 11
PAPER 10
CLASSICAL BANACH SPACES
Attempt THREE questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent pages
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Friday 6 June 2003
Part III
9 to 12
PAPER 5
GEOMETRIC GROUP THEORY
Attempt THREE questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
Notation and Conventions Let A be a finite set, A is the set of all finite
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Friday 28 May, 2004
Part III
9 to 11
PAPER 56
COSMOLOGY
Attempt THREE questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent pages until
instruc
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Monday 2 June 2003
Part III
9 to 12
PAPER 6
INTRODUCTION TO BANACH SPACES AND ALGEBRAS
Attempt THREE questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Tuesday 3 June 2003
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 2
NOETHERIAN ALGEBRAS
Attempt THREE questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequent pages
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Tuesday 1 June, 2004
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 73
LARGESCALE ATMOSPHEREOCEAN DYNAMICS
Attempt THREE questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
Cartesian coordinates (x, y, z) are used with z den
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Monday 2 June 2003
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 16
GLOBAL RIEMANNIAN GEOMETRY
Attempt THREE questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
You may not start to read the questions
printed on the subsequen
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Monday 31 May, 2004
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 74
SLOW VISCOUS FLOWS
Attempt at most THREE questions.
There are four questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
Substantially complete answers will be viewed more favourably t
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Thursday 3 June, 2004
Part III
9.00 to 12.00
PAPER 76
ASYMPTOTIC METHODS IN FLUID DYNAMICS
Candidates may attempt ALL questions.
There are five questions in total.
The questions are of equal weight.
A distinction mark may be obtained b
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Monday 31 May, 2004
Part III
9 to 12
PAPER 75
ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Attempt BOTH questions in Section A and THREE in Section B.
There are six questions in total.
Questions in Section A carry half the weight of questions in Secti
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Tuesday 3 June 2003
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 7
RESTRICTION AND KAKEYA PHENOMENA
Attempt ONE question from each of sections A, B and C
There are six questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
The notation o(1) refers to a
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Wednesday 2 June, 2004
Part III
1.30 to 3.30
PAPER 79
SEISMIC WAVES
Any number of questions may be attempted.
Full marks can be obtained for one complete answer or its equivalent.
There are three questions in total.
The questions carry