1. Share 1-3 informative topics in class. (Audience analysis) o Poll your audience of peers for their interests…unless you are very passionate about a specific topic. YOU select your proposed topic. o Get proposed informative topic approved by instructor.
2. Informative speech should have a minimum of (5) five recent & quality references in Bibliography. o You must cite at least three (3) of these sources during your speech. 3. Informative speech is four – six (4-6) minutes in length. A one-minute (1 min.) “grace” period is allowed. A speech not falling within the 4-6 minutes time range will have points deducted.
4. Notes must be in formal sentence-outline form. (Follow COMM 1317 Informative Outline Template)
5. On the day you speak, submit final draft of outline and a Bibliography/Works Cited in MLA or APA style to the instructor.
6. On the class day immediately following your speech,
o complete a 2-3 page (TYPED DOUBLE-SPACED) analysis of your Informative speech (see questions/guidelines on “Blackboard Assignments/Short Written Papers”).
o submit your assignment electronically as an attachment via email:
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