WK2 Speech Description:
2 to 4 minute
(closer to 4 minutes than to 2) speech to
inform the audience on why you chose your career or field of study. Describe the scope and principal features of the field and include the core theories and practices within the field.
Post Speech 1 in two places: The designated
DiscussionÂ and the
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Comments from what I submitted for the first week speech: CAN YOU PLEASE FIX IT
Your outline is a little sparse and unclear about topics and supporting information. Be sure to stick to the provided templates for future outlines. I’m looking forward to hearing more about your career in the medical field with the Navy, let me know if you have any questions or want to bounce any ideas around.
Here’s a few things to keep in mind for your speech:
1. Be sure to have your camera at eye level and follow the rubric. You can sit or stand for this speech. Go with whichever you need to practice for any public speaking you know you’ll need to do outside of class.Â
2. Try to light yourself well from the front without bright lights or sunny windows behind you and keep your background as neutral as possible.Â
3. Make sure your microphone input is adjusted properly so that we can hear you well without distorting or being too quiet.Â
4. Try to condense your outline down to only the key points you may need to occasionally glance at. The last thing we want is to just read straight from a script.Â
5. Practice your speech a few times before your final recording… and you’ll do great! Let me know if you have any questions or would like more detailed feedback.
January 1, 2021
COMM 200 â€“ Public Speaking
Speech #1 Outline
TIPS FOR PASSING THIS COURSE
Purpose Statement: To inform my audience on what it would take to pass this speech course with high marks.
Thesis Statement: In order to pass this course, it will take time management, attention to details, and a positive attitude.
Attention Getter: You are not nervous, you are excited!
Introduce Yourself & State Your Credibility: My name is Dr. Speech, and this is what I tell all of my speech students who say they are nervous about giving their speeches.
Overview of Main Points: I am here to tell you how passing this course is possible if you have time management skills, pay attention to details, and maintain a positive attitude.
Transition: Letâ€™s start with time management skills.
I There is no way you can pass any class if you are not able to manage your time well.
A. According to the article â€œHow to Manage Time with 10 Tips That Workâ€ found on the Entrepreneur website, â€œbefore you can even begin to manage time, you must learn what time isâ€ (Mathews, Debolt, & Percival, 2017).
B. If you have issues making the required deadlines, you should reach out to your instructor immediately.
Transition: Having time management skills is great but it also helps to have an eye for details.
II Paying attention to the details can save you a lot of headache in the end.
A. Use the rubric to be sure you are meeting the necessary requirements.
B. Use the feedback you are given to help you improve with each speech delivery.
Transition: While you are paying attention to the details, you have to maintain a positive attitude.
III You have to maintain a positive attitude to get through things that are new or difficult to you.
A. According to the Book of Lists, published in 1977, public speaking was the number one fear (Wallechinsky, Wallace, & Wallace, 1978). In many cases, this is still the number one fear over death.
B. Negative thoughts equal negative actions.
Transition: With your positive attitude you can do it but if you add those other two suggestions, you can do almost anything!
You can pass this course if you can manage your time, pay attention to details, and maintain a positive attitude. You might think you are nervous when giving a speech, but in actuality you are excited. So come on and give it your all with your next speech!
Mathews, J., Debolt, D., & Percival, D. (2017). How to Manage Time with 10
Tips That Wo
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Course Objective(s): CO 1-2
Prepare a detailed FULL SENTENCE outline for Speech 1 using the template below. This does not mean writing your entire speech, but only writing the topic sentence for the three to five supporting points that prove your thesis. Include a thesis statement that contains the claim or prediction you will prove or illustrate (which is usually spoken); a purpose statement, indicating if you are persuading or informing the audience and the response from the audience you wish to achieve (which is not usually spoken); an introduction; a body, including supporting evidence; transitions; and a conclusion.
When you use outside sources in creating your speech, include them in the speech with a short spoken citation and provide a bibliography in APA format on the outline.
Your Speech 1 Outline will be on Speech 1, which is a
2 to 4 minute
(closer to 4 minutes than to 2) speech to
inform the audience why you chose your career or field of study. While your speech will mostly be from personal experience, please share a little information about your field of study or career path as well. Research and describe the scope and principle features of the field and include the core theories and practices within the field. Please use two sources and cite them in APA format.
Please view the Sample Outline and Outline Template below.
Outline of the grading rubric
Written introduction, transitions, conclusion
Developed body: complete sentences and evidence
Sources used (bibliography)
Why I choose the career or field of study.
Purpose statement: I choose the military to pursue my education and travel the world.
Thesis statement: This decision was an easy choice for me as I graduated high school, since I come from an all-military family and wanted to keep tradition.
Attention Getter: Well, the military is not for everyone, and historically only 1% qualify to even join. I am honored to be part of this and growing up I felt a need to serve my country and give back.
Introduce Yourself & State your Creditability: My name is Zanzi, I choose to join the
Navy and go into the medical field. I was always fascinated by medicine as a kid and
interested in helping others and saving lives.
Overview of Main Points: In my speech I will outline the job description, preparation
and advantages, disadvantages of a career in the military and medical field.
Job Description: Being in the medical field is important in saving lives and treating injuries and illnesses of people.
Preparation: Education/Training/Qualifications: There are numerous qualifications and education that one needs to obtain to work in the medical field and if you want to specialize in a certain area for example cardiology one must go to school for advanced training and certifications.
Advantages/Disadvantages: Depending on the job and where you work the hours/shift, can take a demand on both your physical and mental health. I think people are drawn towards certain types of careers for a reason and with any job it is not always going to be perfect.
Conclusion: I am glad I made the career decision I did and joined the Military as it gives me unlimited opportunities for if I decide to stay in and retire or get out and work in the civilian sector.
Careers In the Military as a Hospital Corpsman
McCullogh, A. ( 2015) 10 Reasons why I want to Go Into the Medical Field.
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