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Review the Informative Speech Rubric under Course Documents *Review the Informative Speech Power Point under Course Documents *Review the Delivery Tips Power Point under Course Documents *Re

Review the Informative Speech Rubric under Course Documents *Review the Informative Speech Power Point under Course Documents *Review the Delivery Tips Power Point under Course Documents *Re

 

*Review the Informative Speech Rubric under Course Documents

*Review the Informative Speech Power Point under Course Documents

*Review the Delivery Tips Power Point under Course Documents

*Review the Speech Requirements Document under Course Documents

*Read Chapter 5 (remember the textbook is a great source which provides tools and guidance as you are preparing your speeches)

*Prepare, deliver and submit your Informative Speech (worth 100 points)

*Submit your speech in the Journal Area 

Guidelines for the Informative Speech:

*The goal of an Informative Speech is to enhance the understanding of a specific topic 

*Select a topic that interests you and one in which you think may interest your audience

*Develop an Introduction that will grab the attention of the audience and entice them to want to listen to your speech

*Develop two or three main points 

*Develop transition statements that will help you move from one point to the next

*Finish your speech with a strong conclusion that will help your audience remember your speech

*Verbally cite three sources (you may be one of the sources / make sure you use reputable sources).  Cite the sources as you use the information. 

ATC GENERAL SPEAKING RUBRIC

Instructor: ___________________ Course: ______________ Semester: _______________ Assignment: __________________________

Student: ______________________________________ Student ID #: _____________________

Advanced

4

Competent

3

Developing

2

Introductory

1

Score

Content

· Responds to the topic/assignment requirements successfully.

· Contains accurate information that is convincingly supported, logically defended, and powerfully develops major and minor ideas.

· Responds to the topic/assignment requirements, but minor points are misunderstood or misinterpreted.

· Contains accurate information that is clearly supported and defended, and appropriately develops major and minor ideas.

· Responds to the topic/assignment requirements, but major points are misunderstood or misinterpreted.

· Contains information that supports, defends, develops, major and minor ideas, but lacks key points and/or makes broad, unfocused generalizations.

· Attempts to respond to the topic/assignment requirements, but misunderstands or misinterprets the goal/requirements of the assignment.

· Contains inaccurate, insufficient, or unrelated information that fails to support, defend, develop, or interpret major and minor ideas. Lacks sound arguments.

Organization

· Organizational pattern (specific introduction and conclusion, central message, sequenced material within the body, and transitions) is clearly and consistently observable and is skillful and makes the content of the presentation cohesive.

· Organizational pattern (specific introduction and conclusion, central message, sequenced material within the body, and transitions) is clearly and consistently observable within the presentation.

· Organizational pattern (specific introduction and conclusion, central message, sequenced material within the body, and transitions) is intermittently observable within the presentation.

· Organizational pattern (specific introduction and conclusion, central message, sequenced material within the body, and transitions) is not observable within the presentation.

Delivery

· Delivery techniques (posture, gesture, eye contact, and vocal expressiveness) make the presentation compelling, and speaker appears confident. For example, speaker seldom uses notes, maintains eye contact, and speaks loud enough that all can hear.

· Delivery techniques (posture, gesture, eye contact, and vocal expressiveness) make the presentation interesting, and speaker appears comfortable. For example, speaker often uses notes, mostly maintains eye contact, and speaks loud enough that most can hear.

· Delivery techniques (posture, gesture, eye contact, and vocal expressiveness) make the presentation understandable, and speaker appears tentative. For example, speaker reads most of the presentation, makes occasional eye contact, and speaks too quietly to be heard by some.

· Delivery techniques (posture, gesture, eye contact, and vocal expressiveness) detract from the understandability of the presentation, and speaker appears uncomfortable. For example, speaker reads the presentation, makes no eye contact, and speaks too quietly to be heard by most.

Total Score

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GOAL OF INFORMATIVE SPEECH

• •EXPLAINS OR DESCRIBES FACTS, TRUTHS, AND PRINCIPLES TO:

• •STIMULATE INTEREST

• •FACILITATE UNDERSTANDING

• •INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD OF REMEMBERING

CHARACTERISTICS OF AN INFORMATIVE SPEECH

• INTELLECTUALLY STIMULATING

• RELEVANT

• CREATIVE

• MEMORABLE

HOW DO I MAKE IT MEMORABLE?

• PRESENTATIONAL AIDS

• REPETITION – "I HAVE A DREAM"

• TRANSITIONS

• HUMOR

• MNEMONICS – EVERY GOOD BOY DOES FINE

• ACRONYMS – AIDS – ACQUIRED IMMUNITY DEFICIENCY SYNDROME

HOW DO I INFORM MY AUDIENCE?

• DESCRIPTION

• DEFINITION

• COMPARISON AND CONTRAST

• NARRATION

• DEMONSTRATION

EXPOSITORY SPEECH

• •EXPOSITORY SPEECH: PROVIDES CAREFULLY RESEARCHED, IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE ABOUT A COMPLEX

TOPIC

• •ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, RELIGIOUS, OR ETHICAL ISSUES

• •HISTORICAL EVENTS AND FORCES

• •THEORY, PRINCIPLE, OR LAW

• •CREATIVE WORKS

BRAINSTORMING TOPICS

DNA EVIDENCE

BOTOX (NOW BEING FOUND TO BE USEFUL IN

PAIN CONTROL)

HERBS AS MEDICINE

HISTORY OF BARBIE

HURRICANES

FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY

FEDERAL WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM

HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL

TRIPLE CROWN RACES

STEM CELL RESEARCH

VACATIONING TIPS

THE EFFECTS OF STRESS

ELECTORAL COLLEGE

HISTORY OF BLOGGING

HISTORY OF VIDEO GAMES

WHY WAS KATRINA SO DEVASTATING

HISTORY OF SPACE TRAVEL

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