Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Speech: Communication Excellence It is with great pleasure that I am accorded this opportunity to stand before you today. I wish to talk about communication but more importantly communication excellence. My speech will concentrate in answering the question about what constitutes excellence in communication. For this therefore I will start first by asking; what is communication? In answering this Mc Crosky defines communication as a process through which people share ideas feelings and thoughts. Communication takes different forms majorly classified either as verbal a careful choice of the medium of relaying the message should be considered depending on the nature of the message. Time sensitive messages will require faster medium of transmission so that it is received and responded to accordingly. In conclusion there is much involved in the communication process depending on the nature. Action points are the language of communication the media through which the message is communicated the context of the message expected understanding by the receiver and the feedback process. All these complete the process of communication. [...]
You should give an informative speech using an extemporaneous style of delivery. You may include ideas that are taken from the content of your final paper, but you should not read word-for-word from a manuscript. 1. The speech itself must be between 5 minutes and 7 minutes long. 3. Extemporaneous delivery means “conversational” delivery, must include a PowerPoint presentation of at least 5 slides and you should include quoted evidence from the sources you used in your final paper.