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This report will be based on a live speech (not taped, television or radio) which you will have experienced between now and the due date. The speech you analyze should be at least 15 minutes long. Possible live speeches include classroom lectures, sermons and homilies, guest speakers at organizations or for public forums, work-related training lectures or motivational speeches. There are other possibilities as well. You may not use a student speech from any class. The report should be in paper form, typed and a minimum of three double spaced typed pages. It needs to be long enough to do a thorough job responding in detail to all of the elements. Include the name of the speaker, date, time, location, and event as the title material with your name.
Part 1: You will analyze and evaluate each of the following speech areas. You need to include examples and observations to explain, illustrate, and support your judgments.
Credibility of the speaker based on background and experiences. You may include background information available to the public and your own personal knowledge of the speaker.
Speaker’s planning and adaptation related to the setting (location, time of day, size of room, special physical problems in the room such as temperature, visibility or speaker) or, in some cases, lack of planning and adaptation.
Characteristics of the audience that impact on speaker decision and how the speaker adapted to audience factors: number of people present, reasons why they have chosen to attend, level of enthusiasm for speaker and speech, degree of similarity or audience members (Same age? Gender? Level of education? Job or career experiences?).
Effectiveness of topic, specific purpose, thesis and preview statments (both decisions made while planning the speech and how those decisions were communicated to the audience).
Topic: narrowed topic, fit of topic to audience, occasion and speaker.
Specific Purpose; conveyed to audience? Accomplished in your opinion?
Thesis: Appropriateness and clarity of thesis either stated or extracted from speech by you, presence or absence of narrowed topic and how topic would be developed.
Main Points: Appropriateness and clarity of main points either stated or extracted from speech by you, wording strategies used to label main points, mutually inclusive relationship of main points to thesis.
Effectiveness of support materials (narration, stats, testimony) including source incorporation, citing sources and reliability of sources.
Effectiveness of delivery (type, verbal and nonverbal)
Part 2: Make an overall judgment of the speech you saw and heard. Explain and support your judgment. You may refer to your earlier analysis of specific elements and include other elements or relationships of elements that influence your evaluation of the speech event.
Part 3: Tell how your analysis and evaluation of this speech is different than it would have been at the beginning of the semester.
Just do martin luther king jr speech.
need it done within the hour
This report will be based on a live speech (not taped, television or radio) which you will have experienced between now and the due date. The speech you analyze should be at least 15 minutes long. Possible live speeches include classroom lectures, sermons and homilies, guest speakers at organizations or for public forums, work-related training lectures or motivational speeches.