This speech will be a 4–5 minute informative speech in which you will research—and then present—the life of a famous person.

Barack Obama

The speech should cover areas like his whole life and awards accomplishments, childhood and etc

Fall 2208 CRED
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Speech: Person of Interest

Speech Outline Template

Assessing Sources and Oral Source Citation

This assignment aligns with Learning Outcomes 1–9.

Person of Interest Speech

This speech will be a 4–5 minute informative speech in which you will research—and then present—the life of a famous person. You may choose a celebrity, an athlete, a politician, a musician, etc. You may not use a relative or personal acquaintance. You may want to focus on that person’s background (childhood), awards, contributions, scandals, etc. This speech is worth 100 points.

You must use 3 valid research sources for this speech. You will reference these sources in-text in your outline and orally in your speech. (Please refer to the Assessing Sources and Oral Source Citation document.) You will turn in the final Outline and APA Reference Page when you submit the speech link. You should upload those files when you turn in the speech.

This speech requires you to provide a self-review of your presentation. See assignment, Self-Review 1: Person of Interest Speech in this module.

Remember that you should dress professionally when giving this speech.

This speech will be recorded in class.

Person of Interest Speech Outline Template

I. INTRODUCTION

A. Attention Getter:

B. Your Credibility: (What is your interest/experience with this topic? Why should we listen to you?

C. Audience Relevance: (Why should your audience care about this topic?)

D. Preview Main Points:

Transition: (Connect your introduction to your 1st main point.)

II. SPEECH BODY

A. 1st Main Point:

1. Supporting Material

2. Supporting Material

3. Supporting Material

(You may have more or less support based on your information.)

Transition: (Connect your 1st main point to your 2nd main point.)

B. 2nd Main Point

1. Supporting Material

2. Supporting Material

3. Supporting Material

(You may have more or less support based on your information.)

Transition: (Connect your 2nd main point to your 3rd main point.)

C. 3rd Main Point

1. Supporting Material

2. Supporting Material

3. Supporting Material

(You may have more or less support based on your information.)

Transition: (Connect your 3rd main point to your conclusion.)

III. CONCLUSION

A. Summarize Your Main Points:

B. Memorable Final Statement:

Note:
Remember that you must cite your sources (in-text) in your outline, where you used a source. This speech requires you to use at least 3 sources that will be cited orally during the delivery of your speech. You should use APA format to cite your sources in-text. For example, you can cite a source at the end of the information given − (Otto, 2016). Or, you can cite it at the beginning, for example: According to Professor Otto (2016), you may also need to include the page number(s) if using a direct quotation. Please be mindful of your formatting and consult the APA links given to you through the FSCJ Library about APA formatting.

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