Be able to develop skills as an effective public speaker through the application of necessary techniques to become an effective persuasive speaker. Learner declaration certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged. If I’m found plagiarism my work, I understand that will be graded a ‘0’ for this task and it will reflect poorly on my character.
If you choose a related topic to your earlier presentation, you have to go beyond by providing not only facts but substantial research, newspaper data/statistics and develop a plan to address the problem you stated or gave information The topic should be of interest to you and to your audience. Be sure you choose a topic that you are comfortable in taking a strong stand. The purpose of this assignment is to give you the opportunity to defend a position important to you, as well as to learn how to construct sound, strong arguments for a particular audience and situation.
The goal of this speech is to change, by some degree, the thought or action of your audience in relation to your chosen subject. Do not use words like “maybe” or “perhaps” “I think”. Be sure when you make statements as you are trying to persuade. Investigate the issue and relate it to your audience’s interests and values. Be aware of issues and values that affect your audience’s mind. Additionally, remember to construct and deliver arguments. An argument is not simply a claim but a claim with support.
Support your argument with evidence rather than simply providing the audience with your opinion on the topic. Research Ensure your speeches are well-researched and offer quality supporting evidence Of your claims. The speaker is at an advantage by providing different hypes of supporting evidence. What is the current research on this topic? Use more than one source. Cite your sources to ensure your credibility. Find published and/or interview sources that will help you support your arguments and enhance your speaker credibility. Avoid plagiarism at all cost!
Visual aid(s): Identify and justify each audio/visual aid you have chosen.
- What point(s) will this aid help to explain?
- What is the purpose of your aid?
You have to show your slides to your lecturer prior to your presentation.
Improvement plan: Based on your previous presentation experience (in this class and otherwise), what elements of presentational speaking do you plan to improve? Specifically, what do you plan to do, in order to improve? Be specific and clear. Guidelines;Establish the NEED or the PROBLEM. Define the problem and prove its existence and importance. Establish that the problem causes harm, describe to whom and how badly people are harmed. How extensive/deep/serious is the problem?