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why nowadays so many people are becoming an influencer or a youtube as a real job? 

main point 1: the working hours are flexible

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main point 2: Opportunities 

main point 3: money, high-paid job 

Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to help you learn how to effectively write and deliver a 5-6 minute persuasive speech. Your goal is to convince the audience to accept all or part of your point of view.

Length: 5-6 minutes

Topics: You choose your own topic!

Skills: The Persuasive speech assignment is designed to help you practice skills that will also be used to deliver successful presentations throughout your college and your professional career. In this assignment, you will:

  • Analyze and select information from credible and appropriate primary and secondary sources
  • Write a speech including three main points, an introduction and conclusion, and following strong outlining principals
  • Practice and then deliver this Persuasive speech, extemporaneously, to an audience
  • Practice with an engaging and clear visual aid- PowerPoint, Poster, Object etc. 

*IMPORTANT* Read tasks below!

Task: To complete this assignment, you should:

  1. Select a topic that can be presented to your audience in a persuasive manner and conduct research on this topic
  2. Select a minimum of three sources that can be used in writing your speech
  3. Prepare a typed speech outline that can be delivered in 5-6 minutes
  4. Use the sources you have selected throughout your speech by writing oral citations within your typed outline that you will deliver aloud during your speech (you must have at least one oral citation for each main point!)
  5. Create an APA reference page for the sources you have selected

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Full Sentence Preparation Outline – (Rough/Final Draft)

I. Introduction

a. Attention Getter: (grab audience’s attention, keep it short, be creative, don’t say “hi, my name is Kim and today I am going to be talking about”)

b. Background: (one or two sentence summary on basic background info of your topic)

c. Audience Relevance: (one sentence stating why the audience should care about it and want to learn about it)

d. Speaker Credibility: (explain why you are credible to talk about this topic – could include former experience, interest and knowledge and/or state that you did research to learn more about it)

e. Thesis: (carefully worded declarative sentence – sums up your speech – includes the ideas of all three main points)

f. Preview of Main Points: (First I will talk about, then I will discuss, and finally I will look at )

Transition to 1st Main Point: (signpost, preview – see chapter 4 pg. 31)

II. Main Point 1: (Summary of your main point)

a. Sub-point A: (Aspect #1 of your main point)

b. Sub-point B: (Aspect #2 of your main point) (more subpoints as needed)

Transition to 2nd Main Point: (summary, signpost, preview)

III. Main Point 2: (Summary of your main point)

a. Sub-point A: (Aspect #1 of your main point)

b. Sub-point B: (Aspect #2 of your main point) (more subpoints as needed)

Transition to 3rd Main Point: (summary, signpost, preview)

IV. Main Point 3: (Summary of your main point)

a. Sub-point A: (Aspect #1 of your main point)

b. Sub-point B: (Aspect #2 of your main point) (more subpoints as needed)

Signal the Conclusion: signpost, a phrase signals you’re moving to your conclusion)

V. Conclusion

a. Review Main Points: (same as preview from intro but change to past tense – “First, I talked about…” rather than, “First, I will talk about…”)

b. Restate Thesis: (from your introduction)

c. Memorable Closer: (the last thing you’re going to say, be creative and make it count!)

(If it is Bold, keep it.

If it is in parenthesis, (replace it).

References

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