Date Due:April 29, 2013
Audience analysis:My audience is composed of two people attending school and someone older that deals with money. There is a mixture of both male and female that are always eager to learn knew things.
Topic:My speech will be on the accounting and finance field of the workplace, and how it affects ones moral and ethical decisions when dealing with others money and funds.
Rhetorical Purpose:To inform my audience about (Accountants)
Redemptive Purpose:To inform my audience how this vocation or vocational skill (Accountant) can serve as a platform for promoting something that God values according to Scripture (God values honesty (Lev. 19:13, 35-37; Deut. 25:13-16; Prov. 11:1-5; Micah 6:10-13; 7:2-4; Luke 3:12-14; 1 Cor. 6:10; Eph. 4:28; 1 Thes. 4:6).
Rhetorical Question (How many of you deal with money on a daily basis?) II. Motive for Listening
Everyone deals with finances and making sure you have money for the things you need. III. Credibility Statement
I am currently going to school for my Bachelors of Science in Accounting and also was a financial technician in the United States Marine Corp for 4 years. IV. Purpose or Thesis Statement
To explain to you about the many things accountants may possibly deal with during their career. V. Preview Statement
Today I will inform you on the schooling needed, employment change and the attributes an accountant should have.
I. Main Point 1. The degrees and certificates accountants must and may need to excel in their profession. A. “To be an accountant you will need a minimum of a four-year bachelor's degree in accounting.” (AccountingCoach). B. “If you want to become a certified public accountant, you will need to pass the Uniform CPA Examination. Before you are...