It’s a persuasive, inspirational speech!
We’ve been talking about ethos, logos, and pathos. We’ve talked about the status quo and the seven questions you need to answer in order to write your speech.
Our last day of classes is approaching, so it’s time to wrap up what you’ve learned this year.
Our final speech project will be a speech on the topic of your choice. You will have 4-7 minutes for this speech. You must speak for at least 4 minutes to get an A for this speech.
TYPE OF SPEECH
This will be an inspirational and persuasive speech. You should have decided the topic by now. It’s time to prepare for a dry run on May 1. Have an outline of your speech ready during class that day.
Speech Structure: 3 points plus an intro and a closing with a call to action.
You will have 5-7 minutes for this speech. You must speak for at least 4 minutes to get an A for this speech. Timing signals will be given.
If you have questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org because I will be gone during the next week. My access to email is limited, but I will answer as soon as I can.
You must prepare an introduction for the speech for the instructor to read. This is the format it must take – go ahead and copy and paste this:
Why should the audience listen?
What is the call to action for the audience?