Slideshow Software Etc Houston Community College
SPEECH II PERSUASIVE – Sell something to the class, persuade them to think, talk, or act like you do – for example endorse a candidate or a product. 2 to 10 minutes. Reviewto see the principles of persuasion and especially the development of persuasive presentations in the business environment.
Outlines must be typed and in either standard academic outline format (in the textbook) or students may use the speaking outline samples provided on the professor’s learning web page.
Students will submit a rough draft the week before for partial credit and for instructor approval. Failure to submit rough draft will result in a ten points penalty from final speech grade.
Students may submit the outline to via email before presentations are due but an outline will not be accepted after their presentation is given.
No other formats will be accepted. The following is NOT acceptable – note cards, the speech manuscript, print out of the Slideshow slides, a print out of the outline samples that has not been modified to that student’s specific speech, and any other written form of the speech that IS NOT in the required format as requested.
PEECH II PERSUASIVE – Sell something to the class, persuade them to think, talk, or act like you do – for example endorse a candidate or a product. 2 to 7 minutes.
Speeches have the option of the use of presentation aids. (see the module for chapter 12 for more examples and clarification)
20% of each speech grade depends upon your proper use and inclusion of presentation aids.
•Such aids can include, but are not limited to – handouts, use of props, video and audio segments, computer-generated aids (such as Power Point, Prezi or other slideshow software), etc.
•Video clips may include YouTube videos, personal videos and any other media sources. Video and audio segments may not be longer than one/third of the total time of your presentation and the length of the video or audio is included in your total presentation time.
Students must turn in an outline with every speech.
•Outlines must be typed and in either standard academic outline format (see Chapter 11 in the textbook or on the canvas page in the chapter module) or students may use the speaking outline samples provided on the course eagle online page.