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Week 1 Speech
Self-Introduction Speech
Deliver a short presentation (1 to 2 minutes) in which you
introduce yourself to a group of people. Think for a short bit about what you
might share with either an audience of your peers or people you might be
meeting for the first time in a professional situation. Then take a look at the
recording presentations guidelines to ensure that you have everything, and
begin recording when you are ready. It may take you some time to get all of the
logistics (e.g., adequate light, ensuring that the sound level is audible, and
framing yourself), so plan to capture at least several test runs before the
final recording. Though you may wish to include them, no outline or audience
members are required for this presentation.
This assignment will be revisited and revised in Week 7.
Week 1 assignment
Communication Anxiety Report and Analysis
Fill out the Personal Report of Communication Anxiety, and
complete the following questions:
What does your report seem to suggest about your level of
communication apprehension?
What effect do common causes of communication apprehension
noted in the reading (e.g., heredity, learned apprehension, skill deficit,
etc.) have on this?
What are some ways found in this week’s readings and this
week’s discussion about managing apprehension that may help alleviate
challenges or prove useful?
For each question, you should write at least 100 to 200
words in response, using correct grammar, spelling, and syntax. Please submit a
copy of your report and your responses in a separate Word (.docx) file to the
Dropbox. Save your files with the following naming conventions: John Gibbons
SPCH 275 Week 1 PRCA and Josh Gibbons SPCH 275 Week 1 PRCA Analysis. Please note
that both must be submitted in order to earn points for this assignment.
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of
this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step
instructions.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments
& Exams” for due date information.

Week 2 assignment
Impromptu Speaking and Self-Evaluation
Part I: Present and record a 1- to 2-minute impromptu
presentation on a topic of your choice. Though you should choose something that
allows you to be clear, the topic may be relatively free flowing. It may help
to start with a single question. Here are sample questions that may be used to
get you started with ideas:
How would you spend lottery winnings?
What charity or cause would you support?
If you were able to travel to a time or place in history,
where would you go?
What is one challenge you have faced?
What is your favorite book, video game, television show, or
song?
Where would you like to take a vacation?
What is a current event that interests you?
Whom do you admire?
What was your most embarrassing moment?
Part II: Listen and view your presentation, and write a
short critique of your work. Use the following prompts to frame your critique:
Write two paragraphs about what did or did not surprise you
about watching the video of your presentation. Feel free to discuss the
differences or similarities between your perceptions immediately after the
presentation and those after watching the video.
Identify both two strengths and two areas of opportunity in
your public speaking skills.
Submit Part II as a Word (.docx) file to the Dropbox. Save
your file with the following naming convention: James Schneider SPCH 275 Week 2
Assignment.

Week 3 Speech
Presentation
This week, you will deliver your Personal Attitude
Speech.The details for this speech is located under Presentations Overview. You
will also need to submit your outline in Word (.docx) format to the Dropbox.
Save your file with the following naming convention: Teresa Hayes SPCH 275 Week
3 PA Outline.
Personal Attitude Speech
This is an individual speaking assignment, 5-7 minutes in
length. This is a speech with the general purpose of to inform. You are
required to perform the prescribed format by following outline guidelines,
using a speaker outline, and executing an effective delivery. Your final
outline is due the scheduled day of your presentation. A preparation outline is
required to be submitted to the appropriate Dropbox for grading review.
Requirements
You should create a thesis statement that supports a
personal belief that you have.
The purpose of this assignment is for you to explain a
developed idea that you have. No research is required, though a thorough
explanation of reasoning behind your belief is expected.
Your presentation should have a fully developed beginning,
middle, and ending.
Extemporaneous delivery is expected for this presentation.

Week 4 Assignment
General Rationale
This document contains the instructions for the Great
Speeches Assignment. It is designed as a
listening opportunity for one of the most influential presentations in modern
history and also as an exercise to aid in developing an appreciation for the
impact that language has on public speaking.
Instructions
1. Carefully
listen to and view the assigned presentation for this assignment. If your
professor has not provided another requirement for this assignment, locate
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech online. The entire
presentation is roughly 20 minutes in length.
2. Write at
least 100–200 words about the context (e.g., year, season, location, time of
day, etc.), the audience (e.g., demographics, characteristics, frame of
reference, etc.) and events (e.g., what happened before, what was planned to
happen afterward, motivation, etc.) surrounding this presentation.
3. Write at
least 100–200 words about style from the four canons of rhetoric described in
Week 3. Address one or two ways in which language aids in making this
presentation a success. Give examples to support your point of view.
4. Write at
least 100–200 words about how you can use this example to refocus your efforts
for language use in your public speaking and communication skills.
Additional Expectations
Use headings
to identify clearly which prompt you are addressing.
Write in complete sentences.
Check
carefully to ensure that your spelling, grammar, syntax, and overall writing
style are professional or college level.
This should not show sloppy writing.
Save your
file with the following naming convention:
First Last SPCH275 Week 4 Great Speeches Assignment.

Week 6 speech
Informative Speech (due in Week 6)
This week, you will deliver your Informative Speech. Look to
the detailed instructions for further guidance. You will also need to submit
your outline in Word (.docx) and visual aids in PowerPoint (.pptx) formats to
the Dropbox. Save your files with the following naming conventions: Carol
Dietrich SPCH 275 Week 6 Outline and Jason Rose SPCH 275 Week 6 Visual Aids.
This is an individual speaking assignment, 5-7 minutes in
length. This is a speech with the general purpose of to inform. You will be
required to conduct research, synthesize information, and organize speaker
materials. Resources should be current, credible, comprehensive, and documented
both orally and in the references. The presentation will be accompanied by a
visual PowerPoint presentation (or other visual aids approved by your
professor). The preparation outline and the accompanying visual aids are
required to be submitted to the appropriate Dropbox for grading review.
Additional Requirements
The tone and messaging of the presentation should be
informative and supportive of an informative speaking purpose. You should
create a thesis statement that supports this.
You should document at least five quality sources from the
DeVry University Library in a references list, parenthetically on the outline,
and orally during the presentation.
Your presentation should have a fully developed beginning,
middle, and ending.
Extemporaneous delivery is expected for this presentation.
Listen

Week 7 speech
Presentation
Revised Self-Introduction Speech
Begin by reviewing your work over the session in the various
speaking opportunities you have had in this course, putting particular focus on
your Self-Introduction that you presented in Week 1. Then think about a
professional context, such as a job fair, a work dinner, an industry
conference, or a job interview—any professionally based situation in which you
may need to introduce yourself to someone who does not know you. Consider the
following:
Who are you professionally?
How will you explain that in a short amount of time?
What’s a good response when someone prompts, “Tell me
about yourself?”
As you consider these questions, begin to gather and
rehearse ideas for an elevator pitch that introduces you to someone new. Notes
or an outline are recommended but not required to be submitted. You should have
an audience present for this presentation, even if the audience is not
professionally connected to or well known by you. The audience-centered focus
for what you say should be someone unknown. This presentation should combine
all of your improvement, your professional communication, and your communicative
identity into a tight elevator pitch that you may use and revise for years to
come.

Week 7 assignment
Speech Criticism Assignment
Use the template provided, in addition to the handout about
the Canons of Rhetoric, from Doc Sharing to write a critique of a presentation
selected by your professor. Save your file with the following naming
convention: Tara Mills SPCH275 Week 7 Speech Criticism
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST PAGE CAREFULLY. IT SHOULD BE DELETED
WHEN YOU SUBMIT YOUR ASSIGNMENT FOR GRADING.
General Rationale
This document contains the instructions for the Speech
Criticism Assignment. It is designed as an opportunity for you to observe and
critique a presentation in a formal manner using the canons of rhetoric as a
framework.
Instructions
1. Carefully
listen to and view the assigned presentation for this assignment. Review your
professor’s announcements for the specific presentation(s) for this assignment.
2. Write an
introductory section that gains the audience’s attention, gives a sense of your
overall impression of the presentation, and sets up the rest of your critique.
3. Write a
section about the invention canon of rhetoric as related to this presentation.
4. Write a
section about the arrangement canon of rhetoric as related to this presentation.
5. Write a
section about the style canon of rhetoric as related to this presentation.
6. Write a
section about the delivery canon of rhetoric as related to this presentation.
7. Write a
concluding section that summarizes the major critiques of the presentation and
ends comfortably.
Additional Expectations and Suggestions
This should
be three or four double-spaced pages.
Use headings
to identify clearly which canon through which you are evaluating. The four middle sections should be relatively
equally developed.
Use the
Questions for Canons of Rhetoric document in Doc Sharing to generate ideas for
content. You are not required to answer every question or prompt in that
document.
Aim to write
this in third person, and use examples to support your ideas.
Write in
complete sentences, and use transitions to connect the sections into one
coherent critique document.
Check
carefully to ensure that your spelling, grammar, syntax, and overall writing
style are professional or college level. This should not show sloppy writing.
The remainder
of this document gives some general formatting that you may use. Delete this
first page before submitting it to the dropbox.
Save your
file with the following naming convention:
First Last SPCH275 Week 7 Speech Criticism Assignment.
[Name]
SPCH275: Public Speaking
[Title of Presentation] Critique
[Date]
Presentation available at [URL]
Introduction
Invention
Arrangement
Style
Delivery
Conclusion

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