Using the Ashford University Library, find a scholarly business research article on a topic you may want to write about for your final paper. Sample topics include, but are not….
select of this topic and follow the outline
1, The declaration of indepedence
2, love and loyalty
3, Gay marriage
Commemorative Speech OutlineDescription for Speech 1 Ceremonial Speech Time: 2–3 minutes
The content of this speech should be a fictional speech of introduction, toast, or eulogy concerning an individual or individuals with whom the audience is familiar. Choose a person to speak about (e.g., a historical figure, a current film or television star, a person in the class), and construct a speech that discusses his or her qualifications or positive personal qualities. The goal is to learn how to (1) adopt a topic to your audience,(2) use a clear presentational pattern,(3) present an extemporaneous speech, and (4) formulate a key-word outline (which you will turn in to your instructor before you give your speech). You must:• conduct an audience analysis in order to understand the audience’s interests • provide an introduction to gain the audience’s attention and a clear, relevant statement of purpose • use a clear organizational pattern that allows the audience to follow your speech (follow your key-word outline) • provide closure and leave the audience with information that is interesting examples of Topics• speech of introduction for the president of the United States • toast at the wedding of two well-known television stars • eulogy for a famous historical figure hints: Remember, this speech can mix factual events with fictional events. Be creative! Make sure that you focus on the interesting aspects of your speech topic. Do not merely provide a list of the events or achievements. Create a vivid and memorable image that will be interesting to the audience.
Outline Worksheet for Ceremonial Speech 1
Thesis Statement: Introduction
II. Establishment of ethos:
III. Thematic statement:
IV. Preview (each main point):
First …Next …Finally …(Transition)Body
I. Main idea 1 (narrative/story)(Internal summary) (Transition to conclusion)II.
Main idea 2 (significance of narrative)(Internal summary) (Transition to conclusion)Conclusion
II. Review (each main point):
III. Tie to the introduction:
IV. Creative concluding thought (end with impact):