Informative Speech on Culture

Section 1

Module 09: Informative Speech on Culture (Outline)

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Module 09 Table of Contents

Directions

Your outline for the informative speech is due in this module. Please find the directions for this assignment in Module 08: Informative Speech on Culture (assigned).

  1. Create an outline related to culture that organizes your thoughts and main points into a coherent speech.
  2. The following speech outline should be viewed as a template for the structure, required elements, and formatting of main points and subpoints in a speech outline. Also note the use of transitions, citing your sources, and the reference page/bibliography. SAMPLE informative speech OUTLINE.pdf
  3. You are required to use a minimum of three reliable sources. Your sources must include academic journals, newspaper articles, magazine articles, and books.

SUBMISSION

Save your outline as a .doc or .docx file following the naming convention, your first initial, last name, and the name of the assignment (i.e., JSmith – Assignment Name Here).

Please note the following:

The assignment will be submitted via Turnitin to check for plagiarism. Please find the plagiarism policy in your Course Syllabus. All submitted student writing assignments will be added as source documents in Turnitin reference database for the purpose of detecting plagiarism of such papers in the future.


SUBMITTING A FILE AS AN ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION IN CANVAS

You may follow the directions on uploading a file as an assignment submission in Canvas (Links to an external site.) to submit the assignment.

ACCESSING TURNITIN SIMILARITY REPORTS

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You can find more information on accessing the similarity report and similarity score (Links to an external site.). Here is the most useful content available to students using Turnitin on Turnitin Student Resources Hub (Links to an external site.).


Grading

The assignment is worth 30 points toward your course grade. It will be graded according to the grading rubric below.

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Rubric

CST 110 Informative Speech Outline Rubric

CST 110 Informative Speech Outline Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Meets the requirements of an introduction: 1) Clear specific purpose, 2) Strong opening statement, 3) Credibility established, 4) Clear thesis statement, 5) Preview of main points.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

One or two elements missing.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

Most or all of the elements missing.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

1) Main points clear, fully developed and logically organized. 2) Information credible and properly cited. 3) Transitions and signposts used effectively. 4) Formatting is clear.

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

1) Main points identified but supporting points missing or unclear or not fully developed or supported. 2) Information not properly cited. 3) Minor formatting issues.

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) Main points and supporting points not clear or missing. 2) Information unclear or missing and not cited. 3) Major formatting issues.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Meets the requirements of a conclusion: 1) Summarizes main points. 2) Closes with an impactful statement.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

Minor issues with the requirements of a conclusion.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) Major issues with the conclusion. 2) No impactful statement.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

1) Minimum number of sources used. 2) Each source is properly cited and referenced in bibliography.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

1) Fewer than minimum required sources. 2) Minor issues in formatting of text citations and/or bibliography.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) No sources listed. 2) No attempt to place in required formatting.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Grammar, word usage and writing mechanics at college level.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

Minor issues with grammar and writing mechanics.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

Major issues with grammar and writing mechanics.

5 pts

Total Points: 30

Section 2

Informative Speech on Culture (submission)

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Module 09 Table of Contents

Directions

Please find the directions for this assignment in Module 08: Informative Speech on Culture (assigned).

Submission

  1. Record your video using Studio. Follow the directions in Getting Started: Use Studio to Record Your Speeches ⚒.
  2. Click the Reply button below to share your video in the discussion forum. Look for the Studio tool icon on Rich Content Editor. By default, comments are included in the embedded media file. Please make sure to disable comments. Follow the directions on embedding Studio media in Canvas (Links to an external site.).

Grading

The assignment is worth 60 points toward your course grade. It will be graded according to the grading rubric attached to the forum. You can find the grading rubric by following the directions on how to view the rubric for a graded discussion.

Directions

Informative Speech on Culture Guidelines

Here are your assignment guidelines:

  1. Pick a culture that you strongly identify with. (Think about your nationality, your religion, the region where you grew up, or organizations of which you are a member.)
  2. Bring in an object that represents that culture. You can create PowerPoint slides for the video.
  3. Create an outline that organizes your thoughts and main points into a coherent speech. (You will turn this in.) Please find the instruction and a sample informative speech outline in Module 09.
  4. Speak for 4 to 6 minutes about your culture, how this object represents your culture, and how your culture has shaped who you are. This is a very short speech, so make each word count.
  5. Record your speech using the instructions below and follow the instructions in Module 9 to upload and submit it.
  6. Manuscripts are prohibited and will result in a point deduction. You may use notecards during the presentation.

Recording Your Video

Record your video using Studio. Follow the directions in Getting Started: Use Studio to Record Your Speeches ⚒.

Please do this well in advance – I will not accept late or incomplete work due to technical issues. You are fully responsible more making sure that your video is accessible and playable.

Submission

You don’t submit the assignment here. You will submit this assignment in Module 9.


Grading

The assignment is worth 90 points toward your course grade. Refer to the grading rubric below to understand how this assignment will be graded.

  • Outline – 30 points
  • Informative Speech Video – 60 points

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Rubric

CST 110 Informative Speech on Culture Rubric (outline and video)

CST 110 Informative Speech on Culture Rubric (outline and video)

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOutline – Introduction

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Meets the requirements of an introduction: 1) Clear specific purpose, 2) Strong opening statement, 3) Credibility established, 4) Clear thesis statement, 5) Preview of main points.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

One or two elements missing.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

Most or all of the elements missing.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOutline – Body

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

1) Main points clear, fully developed and logically organized. 2) Information credible and properly cited. 3) Transitions and signposts used effectively. 4) Formatting is clear.

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

1) Main points identified but supporting points missing or unclear or not fully developed or supported. 2) Information not properly cited. 3) Minor formatting issues.

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) Main points and supporting points not clear or missing. 2) Information unclear or missing and not cited. 3) Major formatting issues.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOutline – Conclusion

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Meets the requirements of a conclusion: 1) Summarizes main points. 2) Closes with an impactful statement.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

Minor issues with the requirements of a conclusion.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) Major issues with the conclusion. 2) No impactful statement.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOutline – Sources

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

1) Minimum number of sources used. 2) Each source is properly cited and referenced in bibliography.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

1) Fewer than minimum required sources. 2) Minor issues in formatting of text citations and/or bibliography.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) No sources listed. 2) No attempt to place in required formatting.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOutline – Writing

5 to >4.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Grammar, word usage and writing mechanics at college level.

4 to >3.0 pts

Needs improvement

Minor issues with grammar and writing mechanics.

3 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

Major issues with grammar and writing mechanics.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVideo – Visual AidPlease select and visually show an object for your topic about culture or use PowerPoint slides that are linked to an aspect of the culture you have selected.

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Effectively uses visual aid in the speech.

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

Minor issues with presentation of visual aid in the speech.

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

Major issues with presentation of visual aid in the speech. Does not use a visual aid in the speech.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVideo – DeliveryPlease demonstrate you have practiced your delivery by showing clear eye contact with the camera, utilizing appropriate vocalics and nonverbal communication for your speech.

20 to >16.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

Meets the requirements for effective delivery: 1) Maintains eye contact with the camera. . 2) Has appropriate vocal variety (speed, volume, tone). 3) Shows preparedness in delivery with minimal vocal pauses and smooth and fluid presentation.

16 to >12.0 pts

Needs improvement

Meets some of the requirements for effective delivery.

12 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

Does not meet the requirements for effective delivery.

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVideo – OrganizationPlease show clear structure and delineation between the introduction, the body and the conclusion. Transitions and verbal signposts should be used to clarify organization.

20 to >16.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

1) Main points are clear and well-organized. 2) Transitions are used effectively throughout the speech.

16 to >12.0 pts

Needs improvement

1) Main points are somewhat clear and organized. 2) Transitions are sometimes used in the speech.

12 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

1) Main points are not clear or well-organized. 2) Transitions are missing or not used effectively in the speech.

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVideo – LengthThe speech should be 4-6 minutes long.

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

10 pts

Total Points: 90

Section 3

Group Presentation (assigned)

Directions

The purpose of this assignment is to work with others to develop a dynamic PowerPoint presentation (with embedded narration) that will be persuasive in nature from start to finish. Specifically, the persuasion in the presentation will revolve around a specific problem (e.g. cyber-bulling, rises in childhood obesity, increased homelessness, etc.) and the presentation should work to persuade the audience of three claims about that topic. First, at least three slides in the presentation should be dedicated to helping advance the claim that there is a problem and the problem is growing or has negative impacts. Second, at least three slides in the presentation should be dedicated to helping advance the claim that there are clear causes that influence why the problem is growing. Third, at least three slides in the presentation should be dedicated to advancing the claim that there are solutions that should be implemented to reduce the problem. The presentation should also have a title slide, a conclusion slide, and a works cited slide. The length of your presentation should be 15-20 minutes.

In order to persuade an audience of these claims, the group presentation must utilize various types of persuasive appeals. In general, persuasive appeals fall into three broad categories. Ethos appeals (or ethical persuasive appeals) refer to how speakers utilize character and credibility to persuade an audience. Supporting materials that highlight peer or expert testimony can be used as ethos appeals along with personal stories that elevate the character and credibility of the group members. Pathos appeals (or emotional persuasive appeals) refer to how speakers use vivid language, imagery or examples to evoke specific emotions that help an audience accept their claims. Examples and imagery that evoke emotions such as fear, empathy, desire, nostalgia, disgust, hopefulness, or other emotional reactions can be used. Logos appeals (or logic appeals) refer to how speakers use facts and statistics or logical reasoning to advance a claim. Supporting materials that advance research studies, statistics, or other forms of logical reasoning can be utilized to meet this third category. Groups should think clearly about the organization of the slides and also the narration that will accompany each slide so everything connects.

Groups are advised to follow this structure/organization for their group presentation

  1. Introduction (1 Slide/Title Slide)
  2. Problem Slides (at least 3 Slides)
  3. Cause Slides (at least 3 Slides)
  4. Solution Slides (at least 3 Slides)
  5. Conclusion Slide (1 Slide)
  6. Work Cited Slide (1 Slide)

In total, the 15-20 minute presentation will contain at least 12 slides with audio narration for each slide that explains the content in the slide, expands on the arguments and ties the group project together.

Since this a group project your group will need to utilize the Group Discussion features in Canvas to complete this project. The Group Discussion Board can be used for posting questions and updating each other on the process. The Conference feature can be used to set a time for group members to meet virtually to discuss the project and your progress. Group members can also utilize Microsoft Office 360 to work on the PowerPoint presentations and add narration to the slides.

Your group can choose different options to complete the creation and final submission of this persuasive group presentation project.

One option would require the group to assign certain aspects of the slide presentation to specific group members and have each member of the group complete their assigned slides (including the voice and/or video narration). At the end of this process, someone in the group would have to organize all the slides collected into one final document and submit the final project for review.

Alternatively, your group can decide that one person will do all the voice narration for the entire project. Under this approach, different members of the group would complete the creation of the slides, but only one group member would be responsible for doing the video or audio narration and submit the project.

Other cooperative approaches could be used as well. Group members can decide who will research the issues, who will create the slides and who will deliver the presentation or the group members can share these duties. Use effective small group communication to identify how to complete this project.

No matter the approach. All slides should be well-organized and free from grammatical and/or spelling errors. Additionally, voice and/or video narration of the slides should be of high quality and utilize the conditions of effective public speaking delivery referenced in the reading and previous assignments.

Example Group Presentation

Instructor Comments

Strengths: (1) The speaker(s) who narrate the slide use clear persuasive tones from start to finish that complement the claims that were advanced. (2) The group members used various examples of research and statistics to elevate logos and persuade the audience of their claims (3) The group used expert testimony to elevate ethos and persuade the audience of their claims (4) The group used pictures and vivid emotional language to elevate pathos and persuade the audience of their claims.

Weaknesses: (1) Organization of the presentation could be improved upon (e.g. subheadings on slides or clearer transitions in the narration to tie the slides together (2) Group members did not have a clear title or work cited slide in the presentation. (3) Group members needed to edit the slides to eliminate spelling errors.

Finding Your Group

You will be assigned a group of 4-6 members. To find out which group you are in, click on the People link in Course Navigation and click on the groups tab. Or, you may follow the directions on how to view Canvas groups (Links to an external site.) to find your groups.

Once your group has been determined, you should start participating in your group discussion immediately. You and your group members can use the group space to post information, exchange files, and even set up a time to meet virtually. You are required to use this area to communicate with your group members—this will serve as a record of yours and others participation in and contributions to the project.

Deliverables

For this project, your group will produce a group charter and a group presentation. Individually, you will complete an individual group evaluation and a role reflection essay.

  1. You will complete the Individual Group Evaluations and Role Reflection essay after the project is completed. Both assignments should be written and turned in individually. Instructions for the Individual Group Evaluations and Role Reflection essay are listed separately in Module 15.
  2. Your group presentation points will be adjusted based on an average of the points assigned to you by your group members.

Adding Audio Narration To Your Slides & Uploading Your Presentation

Remember all slides must have audio narration to accompany them.

NOVA students have access to Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for free which includes PowerPoint, and it is available for both PC users and Mac users. Please find the instruction on how to access it in the Textbooks and Materials section of the Syllabus.

Save your PowerPoint as a MPEG-4 (mp4) video. Here is the instruction on how to convert your presentation into a video (Links to an external site.).

Creating a Group Charter

  1. Your first task is to agree upon a topic for your presentation. Please refer to the directions above.
  2. Once you have selected a problem, the group should create a plan for completion of the presentation that includes the topic, a timeline of milestones (research, rough draft, final draft), a list of who is responsible for each portion of the presentation, and consequences for a member that misses deadlines/does not complete their assigned portion.
  3. Divide the responsibilities of creating the presentation among your group members, and remember to assign someone the responsibility of turning in the Group Charter [PDF] (Links to an external site.), and collecting parts from the rest of the group and posting the final presentation. Only one person from your group needs to turn in the project for all.

Timeline

See Course Summary of Syllabus for actual due dates

  • Group Charter (Due: Module 10)
  • Group Presentation (Due: Module 14)
  • Individual Group Evaluation (Due: Module 15)
  • Role Reflection Essay (Due: Module 15)

Grading

The assignment is worth a total of 100 points.

Group Charter – 10 points.

Group Presentation – 90 points

Please refer to the grading rubric below to understand how the group presentation will be graded.

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Rubric

CST 110 Group Presentation Rubric

CST 110 Group Presentation Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeusing persuasive appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) to convince the audience there is a problem

20 to >16.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

16 to >12.0 pts

Needs improvement

12 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeusing persuasive appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) to convince the audience there are causes that increase the problem

20 to >16.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

16 to >12.0 pts

Needs improvement

12 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeusing persuasive appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) to convince the audience there are solutions that can effectively respond to the problem

20 to >16.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

16 to >12.0 pts

Needs improvement

12 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeclear organization in the presentation

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeeffective vocal delivery

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomespelling, grammar, formatting dynamics in the presentation

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeaverage of the group evaluation resultsYour group presentation grade will be modified based on the group evaluation results.

0 pts

Please ignore this cell.

0 pts

Please ignore this cell.

0 pts

Please ignore this cell.

0 pts

Total Points: 90

Section 4

Interpersonal Communication Film Paper (assigned)

Module 09 Table of Contents

Purpose

This paper will examine a film relationship and apply two interpersonal communication theories from Chapters 8 and 9 of your textbook. The focus will be on the role of communication in the development and maintenance of a relationship in a film of your choice.

Directions

Your essay should include the following:

  1. Introduction: In the introduction you should briefly describe the film you have chosen and specifically the relationship(s) in the film that you will be analyzing. Preview the main points of the paper (which theories or model you will be using to analyze the film) and the role that communication generally played in the success or failure of this relationship.
  2. Choose one of the theories (or model) of relational development from Chapter 8, briefly describe the theory/model and discuss how your film illustrates the ideas from this theory or model. Provide examples from the film (describe a scene and/or use short excerpts of dialogue) to illustrate your points. Explain why you think this theory best explains the way the relationship developed. Theories from this chapter include:
    • Attraction Theory
    • Uncertainty Reduction Theory
    • Social Penetration Theory
    • Knapp’s Stage Model of Relational Development

  3. Choose one of the theories of relational maintenance from Chapter 9 and discuss how your film illustrates the theory. In this section of the paper, you should describe the theory briefly and show how the theory you have chosen best explains the way the characters in the film maintain (or do not maintain) the relationship, using examples from the film to illustrate your argument. Theories from this chapter include:
    • Social Exchange Theory
    • Communication Privacy Management Theory
    • Everyday Talk
    • Relational Dialectics
  4. Conclusion: Briefly summarize the main points of your paper and explain how these theories provided some insight into the role of communication in the development and maintenance of the relationship(s) you examined in the film.
  5. Note: This paper is NOT just a review or summary of the film. Do not include large sections of dialogue. The focus should be the relational communication theories and how they apply to the film relationship, using examples (scene descriptions or short quotes) to illustrate the theory/model.

The paper should meet the following requirements:

  1. 3 to 4 typed pages, 1-inch margins, 12 pt non-decorative font (Times New Roman, Arial), no cover page
  2. Cite your sources (including the textbook) using MLA (Links to an external site.) or APA (Links to an external site.) formatting
  3. Save your essay as a Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) with your last name and the assignment name as the title (ex: jsmith-IPfilmpaper.doc).
  4. You may choose any film you like but keep in mind that some films (like action movies) may not have a lot of dialogue between characters and would limit your ability for analysis. Some films that might be better for this assignment and are available for free include:

Submission

You will submit this assignment in Module 12.


Grading

This paper is worth 90 points and will be graded according to the rubric below.

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Rubric

CST 110 Interpersonal Communication Film Paper Rubric

CST 110 Interpersonal Communication Film Paper Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCorrectly defines and applies relational development theory to the film

30 to >24.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

24 to >18.0 pts

Needs improvement

18 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

30 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCorrectly defines and applies relational maintenance theory to the film

30 to >24.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

24 to >18.0 pts

Needs improvement

18 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

30 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDemonstrates college-level critical analysis of the film

20 to >16.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

16 to >12.0 pts

Needs improvement

12 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting: Introduction and conclusion are clear and effective; grammar, citations and spelling reflect college level work.

10 to >8.0 pts

Effectively accomplishes

8 to >6.0 pts

Needs improvement

6 to >0 pts

Does not accomplish

10 pts

Total Points: 90

Section 5

Discussion – Informative Speech Evaluation

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Purpose

This assignment is closely tied to specific course objectives. It provides you with an opportunity to experience the development of interpersonal values that open and maintain channels of communication, by engaging one another on the Discussion Board, writing your own posts, and responding to fellow student’s posts. Another important course objective this assignment aligns to stipulates that students exercise critical insight in judging spoken discourse. By reviewing their work and other students’ work directly relates to this course objective.


Directions

Part 1: Complete a self-evaluation of your presentation.

  1. Use the Best in the Class and Coaching Tips for Informative Speeches.rtf (Links to an external site.) as a guide and discuss 1 or 2 things you did well and at least 2 areas for improvement. Remember to identify and define each item (cite the definitions if you use any terms we have learned so far!) and to provide quotes and action descriptions that show your reader how you performed in each of these areas. Add some thought about how your recommendations will improve the next speech performance. This post should be a minimum of 3 paragraphs.

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