You will prepare a typed outline in APA format. Your outline must be uploaded to Turn it In. Please use the Outline Template provided. You must do your own original work. You may not use another student’s speech or an existing persuasive speech. Taking others’ ideas as your own is considered plagiarism. Plagiarism will result in serious academic consequences.
LENGTH: 7 minutes
MOVIE : THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS ( Actor : Will Smith)
Also make an outline the outline template is attatched
Everything needed for this assignement is attatched
TOPIC: You will choose a book or movie that you believe your audience should read or watch. In your 7-minute speech, you will persuade your audience to read or watch the book or movie. You are required to use at least one credible source (e.g., Established Newspaper, Peer-reviewed article, Pew Research, government websites). In your introduction, briefly explain the book or movie, clearly state your thesis, and preview your main points (reasons why audience should read or watch). In your body of your speech, provide your evidence (personal stories, others’ stories, interviews, reviews, etc). Remember transitions. Remember to have a clear conclusion.
REQUIREMENTS: See Persuasive Speech #1 rubric for specific requirements
• 2-3 Main Points: You will need two to three main points organized topically. If your arguing that your book or movie has social importance, all of your points should be related to its social importance. Another example is if you believe your book or movie is important to personal growth, all of your points should be about types of personal growth.
• Sources: At least 1 credible source need to be used in your speech and included in your outline. You must cite sources verbally during your speech, use in-text citations in your outline, and include them in you references at the end of the outline.
• Page for notes that follow the outline s: You are required to use 3×5 note-cards during your speech. If you have not prepared note-cards, you will not be able to bring up your formal outline. ( FOR THIS PAGE CAN YOU MAKE MULTIPLE notes that follow the outline nd main points)