CSUN Post Traumatic Stress Di

** Note: Failure to submit your speech outline, works cited page, and video presentation by the due date can result in points being deducted from your speech score.

Here is what you will need to submit for this speech and how you will be submitting it:

Informative Speech

Due: Sunday, May 9, 2021 by 11:59 PM

Time: 4–5 minutes

The purpose of this speech is to inform or “teach” your audience about a specific topic. You must do so by presenting facts (NOT your own opinion) and research from reliable sources. You should try to choose a topic that is of interest to you as well as your audience. Concrete language and visual aids are recommended to ensure audience understanding.

You will choose one (or a combination) of the four types of informative speeches listed below:

DESCRIPTION: provides the audience with a mental picture of a person, place, or event.

EXPLANATION: informs the audience about a concept, issue, policy, or social practice.

DEMONSTRATION: provides the audience with a physical demonstration of how something works or is done.

DEFINITION: identifies the essential qualities and meaning of something.

All informative speeches have an identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion along with clear transitions. PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO ADD TRANSITIONS TO YOUR SPEECH BETWEEN EACH SPEECH SECTION AS WELL AS BETWEEN EACH MAIN POINT (as shown in the sample outline below), so you do not get points deducted from your speech score.Informative Speech

Due: Sunday, May 9, 2021 by 11:59 PM

Time: 4–5 minutes

The purpose of this speech is to inform or “teach” your audience about a specific topic. You must do so by presenting facts (NOT your own opinion) and research from reliable sources. You should try to choose a topic that is of interest to you as well as your audience. Concrete language and visual aids are recommended to ensure audience understanding.

You will choose one (or a combination) of the four types of informative speeches listed below:

DESCRIPTION: provides the audience with a mental picture of a person, place, or event.

EXPLANATION: informs the audience about a concept, issue, policy, or social practice.

DEMONSTRATION: provides the audience with a physical demonstration of how something works or is done.

DEFINITION: identifies the essential qualities and meaning of something.

All informative speeches have an identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion along with clear transitions. PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO ADD TRANSITIONS TO YOUR SPEECH BETWEEN EACH SPEECH SECTION AS WELL AS BETWEEN EACH MAIN POINT (as shown in the sample outline below), so you do not get points deducted from your speech score.

Feel free to use any visual aid(s), including graphs or pictures, which you feel may help clarify your key points to the audience.

Works cited page/References: You MUST utilize and cite at least two CREDIBLE references in your speech (Wikipedia will not be accepted as one of these two sources). These 2 sources need to be ORALLY CITED in your speech presentation at least one time each. Along with your speech outline that you will be submitting, you must attach a “Works Cited” page (according to APA or MLA format) which lists the references you used for your speech.

Feel free to use any visual aid(s), including graphs or pictures, which you feel may help clarify your key points to the audience.

Works cited page/References: You MUST utilize and cite at least two CREDIBLE references in your speech (Wikipedia will not be accepted as one of these two sources). These 2 sources need to be ORALLY CITED in your speech presentation at least one time each. Along with your speech outline that you will be submitting, you must attach a “Works Cited” page (according to APA or MLA format) which lists the references you used for your speech.

I would like the topic to be on PTSD, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

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