This is an 8 minute extemporaneous style speech intended to persuade your classmates of something. You may choose to change their mind on an issue, convince them to change a behavior, or convince them to act in support of something that perhaps they already believe in but don’t do anything about.
This is an 8 – minute extemporaneous style speech intended to persuade your classmates of something. You may choose to change their mind on an issue, convince them to change a behavior, or convince them to act in support of something that perhaps they already believe in but don’t do anything about.
A typed full sentence outline and documentation page is required for this speech. You must practice your speech with a timer to avoid going over or under the allotted time.
1. The Persuasive Speech must include 4 – 6 highly credible sources. Sources must be verbally cited and included in your Works Cited.
Outlines must include the research selected (in text citations or written out oral footnotes). Highly credible sources include official government websites, institutional sites that represent universities and respected organizations with specific expertise (e.g., Mayo Clinic).
2. The outline for the speech will follow Monroe’s Motivated Sequence. ( Monroe’s Motivated Sequence) Be sure to watch the lectures and PowerPoints about Monroe’s Motivated Sequence. 3. PowerPoint is required for the Persuasive Speech.
If you decide to use a video, please keep the clip to 1 minute. Pictures and graphs must be cited on the picture or graph. Review information on Visualization and PowerPoints (PowerPoints and Visualization) so you can get full points for your PowerPoint.
Your sources need to be strong authored academic sources- no Wikipedia, Huffington Post unless the author has strong credential etc, Your Topic: Your topic will be taken from this website.
https://scistarter.com/citizenscience.html Citizen science is the concept of everyday citizens taking part in important science experiments. You will choose one experiment (there are more than 1000 to choose from) asa jumpstart topic for your speech. You will inform your audience about
1.The concept of Citizen Science
2. The background of the issue you have chosen (this is where most of your research will be done)
3. The experiment that is taking place —- it’s purpose and the impact of future results Then you will persuade your audience to get involved in the issue you’ve chosen.
The SciStarter website can be used as one of your sources. the topic for this two part ( outline and powerpoint) is The Hungry Mind Lab GOAL assessing the correlation between mood and cognitive performance TASK completing short sets of mood and cognitive performance tasks WHERE Global, anywhere on the planet DESCRIPTION moo-Q is a scientific iPhone application designed by the Hungry Mind Lab team at Goldsmiths, University of London with the aim of measuring mood and brain power.
It allows users to see at what time of day their brain works best, and whether being in a good or a bad mood has an effect on brain power.
This data is also securely and confidentially gathered by the researchers at Goldsmiths in order to assess whether there is a correlation between mood and cognitive performance. Users will complete a set of exercises, lasting no longer than a few minutes, several times over the course of a few days. Doing so unlocks their moo-Q performance chart. moo-Q is free for users across the world to download.
For more information, please visit our website at www.hungrymindlab.com . HOW TO GET STARTED Participants join by downloading the app on their iPhone. This can be done through the website: www.hungrymindlab.com/moo-q/ Or directly from the iTunes store: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/app/moo-q/id1012982181?mt=8