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*Review the Informative Speech Rubric under Course Documents

*Review the Informative Speech Power Point under Course Documents

*Review the Delivery Tips Power Point under Course Documents

*Review the Speech Requirements Document under Course Documents

*Read Chapter 5 (remember the textbook is a great source which provides tools and guidance as you are preparing your speeches)

*Prepare, deliver and submit your Informative Speech (worth 100 points)

*Submit your speech in the Journal Area 

Guidelines for the Informative Speech:

*The goal of an Informative Speech is to enhance the understanding of a specific topic 

*Select a topic that interests you and one in which you think may interest your audience

*Develop an Introduction that will grab the attention of the audience and entice them to want to listen to your speech

*Develop two or three main points 

*Develop transition statements that will help you move from one point to the next

*Finish your speech with a strong conclusion that will help your audience remember your speech

*Verbally cite three sources (you may be one of the sources / make sure you use reputable sources).  Cite the sources as you use the information.