[SOLVED] The purpose of this speech is to do one or more of the following: define, explain, describe, or demonstrate something to the class as well as help us understand important information.

[SOLVED] The purpose of this speech is to do one or more of the following: define, explain, describe, or demonstrate something to the class as well as help us understand important information.

Assignment Overview
The purpose of this speech is to do one or more of the following: define, explain, describe, or demonstrate something to the class as well as help us understand important information. DO NOT try to PERSUADE us to change our beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors.
The time requirement for this presentation is 5-7 minutes. Speeches that do not fall within this limit may receive grade deductions. Please practice and time yourself in order to stay within these limits.
Three sources are required for this speech and MUST be orally cited as well as included in the body and references of your outline. Sources should be varied (e.g. books, magazines, newspapers, credible electronic sources, etc.). Additionally, you should use at least two types of evidence such as example, definition, testimony, statistics, etc.
One visual aid is required for this speech. This may include pictures, models, maps, graphs, videos, Power Point slides, etc. Be sure to use visuals that are large enough to be clearly seen by all members of your audience. All visuals should enhance your speech and aid in the audience’s understanding of your topic.
This presentation is worth 75 points.
Make sure your speech has a clear introduction, a clear body, and a clear conclusion.
The introduction to the speech should gain attention and state your purpose in the speech, provide a listening reason (adaptation to the audience), establish your credibility, and offer a preview of your main points.
The body of the speech should contain two or three clear main points that are cleanly organized in one of the recognized organizational patterns. Each main point should be well supported with sub points and related evidence (e.g. examples, facts, quotations) and should be balanced – one main point should not be considerably longer or shorter than the others.
The conclusion of the speech should restate or summarize the main points and provide closure for the speech. Keep the conclusion straightforward and relatively brief.
Transitions between major sections of the speech (i.e., introduction, body and conclusion) and the main points should be written in the outline and spoken during the delivery of the speech. Use transitions to lead your listeners along and to keep them with you.
Delivery: Seek to employ eye contact, facial animation, proper posture, gestures, appropriate volume and vocal variety in your presentation. Be sure to dress in appropriate business casual attire (NO JEANS, NO T-SHIRTS).
The outline for the speech must BE TYPED and follow the appropriate format.
Informative Speech Rubric
Introduction (13 points) Comments Points
Attention statement: A creative and interesting opening device that is relevant to speech. /3
Central idea/Thesis: A clear and concise statement communicating the purpose of the speech. /3
Preview: Summary of main points you will cover in the speech. /3
Establish credibility: Tell the audience why they should listen to you. /2
Establish relevance: Make it clear to the audience why they should care or how your topic impacts them.
/2
Body (25 points) Comments Points
Organization: Distinct points, appropriate pattern, supporting points were appropriate and focused. /8
Supporting Material: Oral and visual citations were relevant, recent, varied, credible, clear, and distributed throughout. /5
Connectives: Clear internal preview, signposts, transitions /4
Language: Clear, vivid, accurate pronunciation, proper grammar, no jargon, no slang /4
Adaptation to audience: Adapted speech to audiences’ interests, level of understanding, audience size, setting, and important audience demographics.
/4
Conclusion (13 points) Comments Points
Signal ending: Provided a signal to your audience that the speech is coming to a close. /3
Restate central idea: A clear and concise statement restating the purpose of the speech. /3
Summarize main points: Main points were clearly reviewed in an interesting manner /3
Clincher/Memorable ending: A creative closing device that relates to the speech
/4
Delivery (16 points) Comments Points
Extemporaneous style: Poised, evidence of preparation, very little reliance on note cards; conversational in nature. /4
Eye contact: Comfortable transition between notes and eye contact with entire audience. /4
Body language: Natural movement and gestures that are a result of the involvement with the topic. No distracting behaviors. /4
Use of Voice: Used vocal variety, appropriate rate, volume, and pitch; enunciated, accurate pronunciation; had emotional expression; no verbal/vocal fillers (um, like, ya know)
/4
Visual Aid (4 points) Comments Points
Appeal: Visually appealing, interesting, clear; relates to and enhances the speech. /2
Integration: Integrated into presentation well, referenced, and smoothly demonstrated.
/2
Time (4 points) Comments Points
Between required time: Meets the minimum time requirement of 5 minutes, does not go over maximum time requirement of 7 minutes. /4
Total = /75


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