Answer & Explanation:COMM 122 Persuasive SpeechAssignment DescriptionAlong with informing your listeners about new ideas and concepts, one of the most important aspects of public speaking is to persuade your audience to take action. From politicians to teachers to leaders of social movements, persuasion is used to educate and motivate. Therefore, for this 4-6 minute presentation you will be applying a variety of persuasive speaking techniques while presenting on a topic of your choosing.The topic you speak about depends on your own personal interests, but it should be appropriate for a classroom setting. Examples of acceptable topics include: improving your health through better nutrition, becoming a volunteer, going green, etc. You should be prepared to persuade your audience to do something that they can act upon after leaving the classroom, thus you will need to research websites, associations, organizations, local clubs, and so forth to find resources that you can present to the class at the end of your presentation. Because this speech requires you to build an argument that will motivate your audience to change their attitudes and behaviors, you will be utilizing Monroe’s Motivated Sequence from the textbook to organize your presentation. This organizational pattern includes the following steps:1. Establish the audience’s attention2. Identify what needs to be done and why3. Propose specific solution(s)4. Visualize for the audience the benefits5. Deliver a call to actionWhile your topic may come from your own ideas and experiences, you will have to find supporting materials to build and support your argument. Therefore, you will be required to include 4 references from legitimate sources to support your arguments. Legitimate sources include: articles found on Mesa College’s online library, articles found via Google Scholar, .org, .edu, and .gov websites, and most printed materials from the library (check with your professor).Learning ObjectivesThis assignment is designed to help you:1. Conduct efficient and effective library research2. Analyze audiences as part of the construction of competent public presentations3. Distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate sources for college-level assignments4. Identify supporting materials relevant to a persuasive public presentation 5. Organize information, facts, and arguments into cohesive, coherent arguments6. Deliver a public presentation using competent verbal and nonverbal communication7. Assess the organization and delivery skills of yourself and your peers to improve your communication knowledge and skills8. Construct and utilize effective visual aids2Assignment RequirementsTime limit: 4-6 minutesSources: Minimum of 4 legitimate sources (.org, .edu, .gov, etc.)Visual Aids: Minimum of 4 PowerPoint slides plus any other visual aids that will enhance the presentation (note: visual aids must incorporate colors, images, and creative elements that enhance your presentation)* Printed copies of your PowerPoint slides must be attached to your outline Outline: 4 to 6 pages, double-spaced, typed, 12 point font ة
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