Posted: July 26th, 2022
You will complete a preparation outline, i.e. your initial draft, and the annotated bibliography of an informative speech on Fast fashion.
Make sure that you use full sentences throughout the outline. It is similar to a draft of the speech that you would create in manuscript form, but instead of paragraphs, you are using the visual framework of an outline.
Be sure that you can answer yes to the following questions before you submit your outline:
Does you speech have a title?
Do you provide an accurate SPS?
Do you state a clear central idea before the text of the outline?
Do you accurately specify your method of organization?
Are the introduction, body, and conclusion clearly labeled? Are the parts of the introduction and conclusion labeled?
Are the main points and sub-points written in full sentences?
Are connectives used throughout the speech?
Are connectives clearly labeled by type throughout the speech?
Are all claims supported by evidence?
Does the outline follow a consistent pattern of indentation and symbolization?
Does the outline provide a clear visual framework that shows the relationships among the ideas of the speech? Does the bibliography identify all the sources I consulted in preparing the speech?
Does the bibliography follow the format required by my instructor?
Does the body of my speech contain 2-5 main points?
Are my main points organized according to a method presented in the textbook?
Are my main points clearly separate from one another?
As much as possible, have I used the same pattern of wording for all my main points?
Have I roughly balanced the amount of time devoted to each main point?
Is each main point backed with strong, credible supporting materials?
Do I use connectives to make sure my audience knows when I am moving from one main point to another?
Can my conclusion stand alone as a complete paragraph?
Introduction: Introduction gains attention, reveals topic, establishes credibility, and previews the speech’s main points.
Body:The body contains 2-5 roughly equal main points and complete sentences throughout. The main points contain sub points and plenty of rich detail.
Source Citations:Sources are clearly cited throughout the speech in the text of relevant sentences. Oral source citations are necessary.
Conclusion:The conclusion signals the ending, reinforces the central idea, and ends on a strong note.
Overall:The speech is largely free of grammar and mechanical errors, is fully developed, and is largely free of persuasion.
And for the annotated bibliography, you will:
First, find at least five sources. Four (4) sources should be found in the Libraries’ article databases:
Three reliable magazine or newspaper articles, One scholarly journal article,
One (1) source (and any additional sources) may be found in an article database, the library catalog, or on the free internet.
For each source include:
-A properly formatted MLA citation (including the title of the database in which you found the source, such as ProQuest Research Library).
-Three to five sentences summarizing the material contained in the book, article.
-Two to three sentences identifying at least two of the following ways you determined the source was reliable:
The content must include a bibliography that follows the format, contains a scholarly source, contains a popular source from published outlets as opposed to the open web, and contains the summary of the sources.
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