A strong call-to-action motivating the audience to join the cause Example: Business Proposal to Investors Be direct: Seek and extract the meaningful relationship.
Citing Charts, Tables, Images, Videos, etc. The MLA and APA publication manuals are designed for published written work and do not give explicit guidelines for how to cite audiovisual materials used as a visual aid while speaking, so here are some suggested guidelines: If your chart, table, audio file, or video file provides data that you are using to support your point.
To cite within your speech, insert a line underneath the chart, table, audio or video file including at least Source: Census Bureau in the example given on the next page.
Including at least this much information will lead your audience to the correct entry on your works cited page. Also consider including additional information if it will help your audience understand the context, such as: Example Here is an example of a graph created from data on a table in the U.
Census Bureau's Statistical Abstract. If including more than one graph from the same source, e. Census Bureau, give your audience enough information to distinguish the two graphs on your Works Cited or References page.
In this example, putting the name of the publication and the table number, as below, should be enough to distinguish this graph from other U. Voting-age population--Reported registration and voting by selected characteristics: URLs are easy to mistype. One character off, and your audience may never find it if you have given no other information.
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Web sites often reorganize their files. The same page may still be there but in a different location. It does not give credit to the individual who created the information. If you have included a full citation for web resources used, your audience has a good chance of finding them even if the URLs have changed.
Simply typing the author and title into a search engine will probably be enough to find it. Sometimes you may use an image purely as an illustration, e. Such illustrations do not include information important to the point you are making and need not be included as full citations on your Works Cited or References page.
When considering whether to include brief citations on your visual aid, remember the general principle of giving credit to others for their work but also consult your professor for his or her preferences.
Keep in mind that if you were giving other types of speeches, e. In those cases, consider professional standards in your field.
If you do include citations on your visual aid, follow the guidelines previously given for graphs, charts, audio and video files. Citing a photo, video or other media file does not mean that you have used the material legally. Generally using these types of materials: However, if you intend to make your presentation available over the Internet, to present it to an audience more than once, to give a speech for which you will be paid, or to give a speech to the general public, then consider the copyright laws for including photographs, videos, etc.
Seek permission and provide appropriate legal notices in the body of your presentation. In some cases, a royalty must be paid in order to use others' creations.
In other cases, royalty-free work is available for use under certain conditions. The photo credit given below is an appropriate one for a Creative Commons image being reproduced on a web site for educational purposes.It could be enjoyed as video-games, as TV shows, books, movies, the entire world wholeheartedly embraced the apocalypse and sprinting towards it with gleeful abandon.
Meanwhile your earth was crumbling all around you. Author Neil Gaiman said in his speech, "And now go, and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes.
Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for. Ok so I'm writing an outline for an informative speech about makeup. but I am not sure what to write about.
this is how my outline looks. I need 3 main points and then 3 . Think you know everything about Walt Disney World Resort and its four world-class theme parks – Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park?Think again!
Even the biggest Disney World fanatic will be amused, intrigued or surprised by some of the 50 fascinating Disney World facts listed below. SAMPLE OUTLINE FOR AN INFORMATIVE SPEECH By Mike Busch Introduction Attention material A Gallup Poll shows that 60% of the children under 10 listed an E.T.
item as their 1st, 2nd or 3rd choice most-wanted Christmas gift the year following the release of Steven Spielberg=s best loved movie. Disney World has a huge impact on me and my family and This is one of our favorite places to travel due to the Adventures.
Knowing that I could probably go on all day about this wonderful place, I am going to take you through a mini tour of the four attractions Disney has to offer.