Part One: The Summary
Before writing the speech, answer the following questions:
Title of speech â€“ Finding Fulfillment in Helping Others
Â· What is your background and experience that will allow you to give this speech with authority?
Â· What organizational method are you choosing and why?
Â· What is your main topic?
Â· What are your subtopics?
Â· What research have you conducted to support the content of your speech?
Â· What rhetorical devices will you use? Why?
Â· What is your persona and how will you develop it?
Â· What is your STAR moment, or other memorable highlights?
Â· Where will you draw inspiration?
Part Two (2): The Summary Report
How has your speech developed from your initial idea to the final presentation? What does your own Hero’s Journey looks?
Using the questions from Part One as a guide, what do you consider to be the most successful parts of your final speech? What do you still have to work on?
Part Three: The Original Speech
Write a five-minute presentation Including visual aids
Assignment Four: Motivational Presentation Instructions Assignment Four: Motivational Presentation 15% (FINAL ASSESSMENT) To do: Create an original motivational presentation, using the key principles studied on the course. 1.) Brainstorm ideas and create an outline using one of the organizational techniques discussed in the course. This outline should act as a blueprint for your analysis and presentation. Focus on the “how” of the presentation as well as the content. What organizational method are you choosing and why? What is your background and experience that will allow you to give this speech with authority? What content will you use and how will you present it in a logical way? Will you use rhetorical devices? Why or why not? How will you develop your persona? What is your STAR moment, or other memorable highlights? What other components of the course material will you be integrating into this speech? Submit the outline prior to developing the speech so your instructor can provide you with feedback. Also include this outline in your final submission (5 points). 2.) Analyse your speech using the concepts discussed in the course. Use Assignments #3 and #2 as a guide to writing this component: they will help you focus on both your persona (nonverbal communication) as well as the analysis of your own work. NB: Do not simply submit your written speech. This will result in a mark of 0 for the analysis component. You must analyse the speech itself, making your intentions clear in terms of the decisions behind the speech creation. Refer to the list above in the outline section to determine what you should be analyzing. Be sure to include a references page in APA style. (10 points). 3.) Record your five minute presentation as if you are delivering it to an actual audience. Upload it to YouTube via an Unlisted link, and include the link in the “comments” section of your submission. (For more information on how to submit an unlisted YouTube link, go to YouTube itself and do a search for “how to upload an unlisted link” – this will give you a few video tutorials). (15 points) All three components must be submitted together in your final submission. Please DO NOT submit components by email, as they will be deleted. Assessment This assessment is worth 30% of your final grade. It will be graded out of thirty points, broken down as listed below. To ensure you have included all the required elements for this assignment, consider the following checklist when creating it: Outline: 5 points Organizational style is identifiable Topic and main point are clear Subtopics are fleshed out clearly Journey is mapped out Highlights are planned Written Analysis: 10 points Motivational topic chosen Main idea clear Three-act structure evident Subtopics supported Contrast and balance evident Audience connection achieved Appropriate language used Rhetorical devices employed Capitalizes on a STAR moment Strong introduction and conclusion planned Presented speech: 15 points Presenter is dressed in suitable attire Presenter uses “best self” persona Strong Introduction Connects with the audience Demonstrates clear ability to motivate Body language is relaxed Speech is clear and audible Speech is delivered at an appropriate pace Story Arc evident Considers current historical climate STAR moment delivered effectively Repeatable sound byte used Use of anecdotes or stories Holds audience attention Strong conclusion *Appropriate length