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- Assignment 4: Special Occasion Speech Three items worth 150 points total: Assignment Item Due Date Points Outline Week 9 25 Speech (3â€“4 min.) Week 10 95 Self Review Week 10 30 TOTAL 150 Youâ€™ve reached the final step of your effective speaking journey! In this course, youâ€™ve learned about the power of effective speaking by developing and delivering introductory, informative, and persuasive speeches. Your last assignment is to prepare and deliver a special occasion speech. Special occasion speeches are different from the other types of speeches youâ€™ve given. Youâ€™ll develop this speech around the purpose of the special occasion, which you can choose from the four options listed in Step 2. Instructions: In order to obtain full credit for this assignment, please complete all five (5) steps below. You may want to print this assignment and check off each step as you complete it. STEP 1: Read Assigned Chapters ï± Ensure you have completed chapter readings for all previous weeks. This information will help you successfully complete Assignment 4. ï± Chapter 18: Speaking on Special Occasions. This chapter covers the most common types of special occasion speeches. STEP 2: Select a Topic Topic Bank (Choose only one topic.) Speech of Introduction Introduce a classmate whom you have nominated for the â€œMost Effective Speakerâ€ award in your COM201 course. Speech of Acceptance You have been given an award for the â€œMost Persuasive Speechâ€ and must give an acceptance speech at an awards banquet to close the night. Speech of Presentation Your instructor is being honored with an â€œOutstanding Learning Awardâ€ at a local Strayer University sponsored event and you have been asked to present the award. Commemorative Speech Topic Examples: (Choose your own topic) ï‚· Paying tribute to Elie Wiesel ï‚· Paying tribute to the Make-A-Wish Foundation
- An outline helps create an organized structure for what you plan to say. To review the assignment details,
view Assignment 4. Complete these two steps to create and submit your outline:
1. Create an Outline in WordCreate an outline in Word. Click
here to use an outline template or use your own.
2. Submit in BlackboardAfter creating the outline, you must submit it in Blackboard. Click the Assignment 4: Outline link above to submit your outline as an attachment in .doc or .docx format.
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The self review helps you step back and take a second look at your work, with an eye on improvement and highlighting your achievements!Instructions:
- Review the rubric for the special occasion speech here.
- Download the Self Review Questionnaire. Then check your Downloads folder to open and edit the file.
- Watch the video of your speech. Complete the questionnaire based on how well you met the criteria listed in the rubric, and remember to save the file in your preferred location.
- Click the blue Assignment 4: Self Review link above to attach and submit your Self Review file.
Attached Files:After you’ve created an outline and practiced your speech, it’s time to record and upload your video. The speech is due this week.
Instructions:Click the blue Assignment 4: Special Occasion Speech link above to record and upload a video of yourself delivering your speech. Instructions are available