CHOOSING A TOPIC, ORGANIZING AND OUTLINING, WORDING THE SPEECHAssignment Overview
In this module, you will be completing the SLP assignment before doing the Case Assignment. After you have completed the SLP assignment, return to this page to work on the Case Assignment.
Prepare and deliver an informative speech that would be approximately two minutes (equates to two typed pages) in length. The speech should follow your outline completed for the SLP in Module 2.
An informative speech is one that aims to inform the audience about a given topic. We were all born in a city, a township, or the country. We call this our “hometown.” This will be the topic of your speech, and will require research. A minimum of two references are required and must be included and credited within the speech. Always make an effort to personalize your content and engage your audience. Your hometown has a story to tell, so consider researching demographics, location, and historical significance to get you started. Use the online information below to also assist.
Talbot, M. J. (n.d.). How to write an informative speech about a city. Retrieved January 13, 2016, from http://classroom.synonym.com/write-informative-speech-city-8132003.html
This speech must be submitted in audio format (Audio Recorder, Webcam or Smart Device). Please title the saved file with YOUR NAME and SVC101 – M2 Case.
Also, please make sure to filter any background noise. Your speech should be a minimum of 2 minutes in length. If your speech is more than 4 minutes long or 85 MB, you will need to compress your files before uploading. Please submit an e-ticket from the TLC homepage if you have problems uploading due to file size.
MyTLC Courses only supports the following media formats: SWF, MPG, MPEG, RM, MP3, MP4*, M4V*, M4A*, AVI, WAV, RAM, ASF, MOV, and RA.
Record voice memos on the iPod, iPhone
McElhearn, K. (2010). Record voice memos on the iPod, iPhone. Macworld. Accessed on July 24, 2015, at http://www.macworld.com/article/1152402/voice_memos.html
Record audio with Sound Recorder
Sound recorder app for Windows: FAQ. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/record-audio-with-sound-recorder
Apps to Record on Android
Shariar, K. M. (2016). 7 best free Android voice recorder app. Accessed on February 17, 2017, at http://getandroidstuff.com/6-best-free-android-voice-recorder-app/
Create a two-minute informative speech based on the Module 2 SLP outline and record in audio format.