This presentation should focus on, but not be limited to, information giving (i.

This presentation should focus on, but not be limited to, information giving (i.

This presentation should focus on, but not be limited to, information giving (i.e.
definition and/or explanation). Possible topics can include social customs, family traditions, holidays, clothing,
food, religion, religious traditions, sporting activities, and the like. Be imaginative in your topic choice and
presentational style. This speech is not meant to be an encyclopedic representation or review of your research
materials.
The focus of this speech is to emphasize content, composition, and organization while continuing to
refine those skills that you have brought to class. For this speech you should focus on: (1) Content organization,
and structure, (2) Conducting research, and (3) Properly supporting your speech. Make sure that your speech is
purely informative. Do not include statements that ask us to take some action or change our minds.
Title: ..
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about ..
Introduction:
Attention-getting opening: ..
Reason your audience would be interested in this speech: ..
Establish your credibility: ..
Thesis statement: ..Main Point 1: ..
Main Point 2: ..
Main Point 3: ..
Transition to the body of the speech: ..
Body
Main Point: ..Subpoint: ..
Subpoint: ..
Subpoint: ..
Transition: ..
Main Point: ..Subpoint: ..
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Transition: ..
Main Point: ..Subpoint: ..
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Transition to conclusion: ..
Conclusion
Restate thesis (summarize each main point below): ..…


Clincher (provide a sense of closure; refer to introduction):
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