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  • Example Of Informative Speech

    On Friday, October 21st, I presented my informative speech on the history of the sunflower and sunflower oil production. This was my third speech of the semester and my first informative speech. I felt that I had done adequate research on my speech topic and therefore felt confident about giving my speech. In my next speech, I believe that I could improve my use of visual aids, nonverbal communication, and improve my speech time. However, I do feel that there were components of my speech that were good and clearly showed improvement from my last speech. A few of the things that I feel went well during my speech were my organization, summary of main points in the conclusion, and the rate at which I spoke. During my informative speech, I feel…

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  • Example Of An Informative Presentation Speech

    This memo will inform you of the evaluation I gave myself concerning the informative presentation speech. It will be based off of the criteria worksheet, and I will go over strengths, weaknesses, strategies for improvement, and an overall reflection of my speech. Strengths of The Speech: My appearance was neat and professional, and went with the assignment. The PowerPoint visual was clear, simple, uncluttered, informative, and used smoothly. The language used was professional and appropriate…

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  • Essay On Informative Classification

    broad categories: informative and divisive. In regard to society as a whole, the most beneficial kind of classification is informative; thus, the least beneficial kind is divisive. To give a better idea of what each category essentially means, they each must be more clearly defined. Informative classification will be defined as a way of categorizing people factually and objectively without regard to the “goodness” of the any person. Conversely,…

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  • Essay On Informative Speech

    the situation, the topic, and the audience. The informative speech was one of the harder speeches I had to give since it had to include more research, and more hard facts then the previous speeches. Therefore, it needed more preparation. During preparation part of the informative speech a key learning moment for me was that you can’t procrastinate and do it the night before. That means don’t procrastinate on topic selection, research, or on the crafting of the outline and speech. The book states…

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  • Trenton Merrick's Article 'There Is No Identity Over Time'

    it should be rejected. He uses example of his daughter being duplicated and DNA of a cat in order to show why criterialism is false. I will be arguing that his argument is too strict and that the absurdity of his argument lies in his anti-criterialism argument. I will also argue that this view is contradictory. I will be using the his own logic for the argument the criterialism is false and include the example of the prince and the cobbler as well as citations of hypothetical examples of fission…

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  • Four Functions Of Language

    Because language is greatly adaptive and flexible, it would constantly evolving and changing through time. Despite the fact that Language has different functions, they serve one main purpose. To make expression of one’s idea, thought and feeling. Specifically, language has four functions. They are expressive, informative, directive and survival. The first use of language is defined as expressive, it allows people to express how they feel. It is a combination of multiple form of languages.…

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  • Reflective Reflection

    connected informative writing to the real world to help explain the goal of informative writing. I made the connection to being a journalist and that journalist have to tell a story when they report on a story. They aren’t able to just list facts because people aren’t interested in just reading the facts. This shows Ryne…

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  • Informative Speech: The Purpose Of A Public Speech

    it is you want to do. For example, if I have to give a speech about rising sea level in an audience of environmentalists, engineers or scientist, then I will have to give an informative speech with new, interesting,…

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  • The Forms Of Genre And Vegetarian Diets

    As we continue through life, we experience many forms of genres. A genre is a category or sort, but it can change according to the content of the genre as well as through the perception of the author and/or audience. Genres may be strict on their criteria, but many genres overlap. To explain, the informative genre relates to anything that is informative. A photo essay is an essay, which contains photos, and very little text. A news article can be seen as part of the informative genre, but if the…

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  • The Conformative Speech Of Hannah Fry's Speech By Van Jones

    The informative speech that I select was presented by mathematician Hannah Fry. Her speech was dedicated to exploring how complex social behavior can be analyzed and perhaps predict the site of an upprising or riot. The second TED presentation that I selected was delivered by Van Jones who is the founder of the Ella Baker Center for human rights and of Green for All, in Oakland, California. Their mission is to build an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. Both…

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