• Syla
    [_____] 20pts Preparation and speaking outline, bibliography mandatory 3 sources of information, one source must be the New York Times. Persuasive speeches (6) minutes [_____] 20pts Preparation and speaking outline, bibliography mandatory 3 sources of information, one source must be the New...
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  • Speech
    Video Tape) (VHS) Thurs 4/28 Persuasive Speeches (Bring Video Tape) (VHS) Week 17: Speech Presentations Tues 5/3 Persuasive Speeches (Bring Video Tape) (VHS) Thurs 5/5 Persuasive Speeches (Bring Video Tape) (VHS...
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  • Public Speaking Guideline
    Persuasive Speeches Option A: A Speech of 7 to 8 Minutes Designed to Persuade the Audience For or Against a Question of Policy Speakers may seek either passive agreement or immediate action from the audience, though they should be encouraged to seek the latter if there is appropriate action...
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  • Intro Speech
    something special about this speaker’s culture or presentation that made him/her different or unique? 5. Was the speech the appropriate length to convey the planned message? 6. How long was the speech? (Critiqued speeches should be at least 5 minutes long) 7. Did he/she seem to hold the...
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  • Study Guide
    should be delivered extemporaneously. Time limit: 5 ½ - 6 ½ minutes. Persuasive Speech The goal of this speech is to influence the audience on an issue. Speeches should be written to influence beliefs or attitudes, cause the audience to act, or inspire new feelings in the listener. Your...
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  • Allegory of the Cave
    ) * 3 Exams 94% (125 pts each) * Syllabus Quiz 6% (25 pts) * Speeches (3) 40% (400 pts) * Informative Speech 10% (100 pts) (5 pts for submitting on time) * Persuasive Speech 15% (150 pts) (7.5 pts for submitting on time) * Group Speech 15% (150 pts) * Written...
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  • Informing & Persuading
    idea that you can present the actual speech in four to seven minutes. Step 1: Review the information presented in Module 7 that explores persuasive speeches. In particular, focus on the goals of persuasive speeches, principles of effective persuasive speeches, and types of persuasive speeches...
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  • ch11
    speeches are conceived, prepared, and delivered. Students will be required to complete in class speeches (approximately 5 minutes each), practice speeches, and at least one impromptu speech. Students will also practice speaking in small group settings. In addition to formalized speeches, students will...
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  • Informative Speech Outline
    . | IMPROMPTU SPEECH (10%) TASK: You will speak on a randomly assigned topic for 3-5 minutes. Marks will be given for speech delivery (pronunciation, fluency, language and non-verbal strategies). GUIDELINES: 1. Select one topic. 2. You have one...
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  • Stuff
    recordings oral speeches (more on this later) * 3X5 White index cards Course Assignments and Point Value Speech of Introduction 50 points Famous Person Speech 50 points Informative Speech Outline 100 points Informative Speech 100 points Persuasive Speech Outline...
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  • Ffffffff
    | Nov 30 | Persuasive Speeches(PERS) | | PERS Speeches(7 – 12, @ 8) Bring 2 PCs! | 16 | M | Dec 3 | Persuasive Speeches(PERS) | | PERS Speeches(13 – 18, @ 15)Bring 2 PCs! | | W | Dec 5 | Wrap-Up | | Self-Eval 2(all) |...
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  • Comm 101
    minutes). Q & A will begin after the 7-8 minute speech is over! (Essentially, you will have the floor for about 10 minutes total). 5. Speeches are worth 100 points. 6. Attach the gradesheet (pp. 3) to your preparation outline. 7. Bring the peer critique handout (pp. 4) to class each day...
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  • Joker
    will not receive the points. These points CANNOT be made up.  Deadlines: All assignments are due at the beginning of the class period. Assignments are considered late after the first ten minutes of class. No late assignments will be accepted and Speeches cannot be made-up. Only extenuating...
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  • Prof Comm Syllabus
    , and polish and perfect the skills you already perform well. Following are more details for the persuasive presentation: • Presentation is 4-6 mins. No shorter, no longer. At 6 minutes you will be stopped, and whatever sections of the presentation you did not discuss you will receive a zero...
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  • Econ
    extra time to finish the exam beyond the regularly scheduled period. SPEECHES (600 points) Each student will present four speeches: Speech of Introduction (50 points), Informative Speech (200 points), Persuasive Speech (200 points), and Speech of Appreciation (150 points). Additional details...
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  • 2010 Speaking Assignments
    DEMONSTRATING A PROCESS OR ACTIVITY ON A TOPIC OF YOUR CHOICE. POWERPOINT IS REQUIRED – 6 SLIDES MINIMUM. OTHER VISUAL AIDS OPTIONAL. PERSUASIVE SPEECH PRO OR CON (200 POINTS) 10 MINUTE PRO OR CON PERSUASIVE SPEECH. 5 SOURCES MINIMUM REQUIRED. POWERPOINT REQUIRED, SHOWING 2 GRAPHS, 8 SLIDES MINIMUM...
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  • Essay
    the beginning of class! Submissions/resubmissions of Professional Speech topics due. Class 16: Wed, October 31, 2012 Class 17: Mon, November 5, 2012 Class 18: Wed, November 7, 2012 Persuasive Speeches--1-14 Special Occasion Speeches Submit example/link of a special occasion speech to...
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  • Delivering a Persuasive Speech
    .  | | | | |4) Develop methods to analyze other students’ speeches.  | | | | |5) Understand outlining main ideas...
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  • Syllabus
    . | | | |Informative Speech: You will present a 5-10 minute original speech...
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  • Informative Speech
    judges for the final round of persuasive speaking. Persuasive speaking preliminary round judges will then serve as a panel of judges for the final round in informative speaking. Panels should always be an odd number (3, 5, etc.). You may use a single judge in each section of the preliminary rounds at...
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