Does your statement exclude anyone in your audience?

INFORMATIVE SPEECH GRADING
(100 points)
Written outline portion
Label Elements (Attention Getter, Audience US/WE Statement, Credibility,
Thesis, Preview Main Points, Transitions, Summary Thesis
& Main Points, Audience Takeaway, Closing Statement) 6 points
Attention Getter (MUST be more than “Hi, how are you all doing?) 6 points
Audience US/WE Statement (“We all……”) 6 points
Credibility (“I used __________, ______________, and _____________ as
three sources in my research.”) 6 points
Thesis (“Today I will inform you about….”)(one sentence
/one thought/one idea) 6 points
Preview Main Points 6 points
Transitions (between Main Points-“I just discussed _____________,
Now Ill discuss________________) 6 points
Summary Thesis & Main Points, Audience Takeaway, 6 points
Closing Statement (Thesis and Main Points combined
Into one single sentence) (Must be more than “Thanks” or
“Thank you for listening”)
Bibliography/Works Cited page (three sources minimum,
Properly formatted and alphabetized) 6 points
In Text Citations (three unique citations, properly located
And formatted) 6 points
Written Outline points (60 points) __________
Speech delivery portion
Introduction (did you speak all five elements) 4 points
Body (did you get through all of your Main Points?) 4 points
Conclusion (did you speak your three Conclusion elements? 4 points
Delivery (eye contact, good volume) 4 points
Adherence to time limit (7 minutes minimum
MUST MEET MINIMUM REQUIREMENT OF 7 MINUTES) 5 points
Conversational Tone 4 points
Manuscriipt/Extemporaneous Scale 1-5 (how much of your speech
Are you reading off the page? How much of the speech are you
Looking at the camera/audience?) 10 points
Spoken Citations (“According to INSERT [Author name] OR [Article
Name] OR [website name], OR [organization name] OR publication
Name} MINIMUM 3. Note: You cannot use the same SPOKEN CITATION
More than one time. Saying “According to Rolling Stones Magazine…”
twice in your speech only counts as ONE Spoken Citation) 5 points
Speech Delivery (40) Points __________
INFORMATIVE SPEECH GRADING DETAIL
Title, Presentation & Prep Outline (Does your speech have a title, are all of your 5 Intro, 3 Conclusion and Transition elements labeled?)
Opening/Attention Getter (Is it labeled? Is it more than a statement like: “Good Evening” or “My name is…”)
Audience US/WE Statement [Does your statement exclude anyone in your audience? (not counting me, Carl). Does your statement begin “We all…..”?]
Credibility (Do you mention at least two of your three sources by name?)
Thesis (Do you follow the format: “Today I will inform you about…” Is this statement one thought/one sentence/one idea?)
Preview Main Points (Do you name the titles of each of your Main Points?)
Transitions (Do you have a Transition between each of your Main Points? Does it follow the format: “I just spoke about INSERT MAIN POINT TITLE, now I’ll discuss INSERT MAIN POINT TITLE” ?)
Summary Thesis & Main Points (Do you combine your Thesis & Main Points together into one single sentence? EXAMPLE: “Today I informed you about Italian Beef Sandwiches: I discussed the history, how to order one and lastly, where to get one”)
Audience Takeaway (Do you name what is the one thing that you want your audience to remember from your speech?)
Closing Statement ( Do you have a statement that isn’t: “Thank you” or “Thanks for listening” or “Im Carl and that was my speech” or “Have a great rest of you night” ?)
In Text Citations (Do you have minimum three unique (not a repeat of a previously used In Text Citations? Are they properly located? (Hint: at the end of the sentence where you are giving proper credit to an author, organization or institution) Are they properly formatted? (Smith, 2012) – AUTHOR LAST NAME, YEAR OF PUBLICATION –or—(Smith, 2019) – AUTHOR LAST NAME, YEAR OF ACCESS –or—(www.americanheartassociation.org) WEBSITE NAME (no year of publication or access required)
Bibliography (Do you have minimum three sources listed alphabetically at the end of your speech? Are they properly formatted?)
UNDERSTANDING INFORMATIVE SPEECH GRADING GUIDE
“Earn All of the Points!!”
Title, Presentation & Preparation Outline:
All 5 INTRO, 3 CONCLUSION & TRANSITION elements are labeled
Audience US/WE statement:
Statement using the word “WE” that includes everyone in your audience
Credibility:
Mention two of the three required sources in your research:
“I used ___________________ & ____________________ as two sources in my research”
Thesis statement:
One thought/one idea/one sentence–
“Today I will inform you about _______________________”
Preview Main Points:
The three (or two) categories that you will speak about:
“I will discuss, MAIN POINT 1, MAIN POINT 2 and MAIN POINT 3.”
Transitions:
Must be located between MAIN POINTS.
All TRANSITIONS have 2 parts: what you just spoke about and what you are about to speak about:
“I just discussed [INSERT MAIN POINT 1 TITLE], now I will discuss [INSERT MAIN POINT 2 TITLE].”
Summary of Thesis & Main Points:
One complete sentence that combines the entirety of your THESIS statement and the entirety of your PREVIEW MAIN POINTS:
“Today I informed you about________________: I discussed [INSERTMAIN POINT 1 TITLE], [INSERT MAIN POINT 2 TITLE] and [INSERT MAIN POINT 3 TITLE].”
In text citations:
You need three different, unique IN TEXT CITATIONS.
They must be formatted correctly.
You must include the author(s) if there is one.
The bold section below is a properly formatted web article IN TEXT CITATION with an author:
“According to John Smith’s article on www.stopcyberbullying.org, 68% of US middle-schoolers have experienced bullying online” (Smith, 2016).
The bold section below is a properly formatted web article IN TEXT CITATION without an author:
“According to John Smith’s article on www.stopcyberbullying.org, 68% of US middle-schoolers have experienced bullying online” (www.stopcyberbullying.org).
Bibliography or WORKS CITED page
Must include 3 unique sources.
Must be alphabetized.
EXAMPLE below from: OWL PURDUE ONLINE WRITING LAB: MLA Sample Works Cited Page: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/12/
Dean, Cornelia. “Executive on a Mission: Saving the Planet.” The New York Times, 22 May 2007, www.nytimes.com/2007/05/22/science/earth/22ander.html?_r=0. Accessed 12 May 2016.
HOW TO DEMONSTRATION SPEECH GRADING
(100 points)
Written outline portion
Label Elements (Attention Getter, Audience US/WE Statement, Credibility,
Thesis, Preview Main Points, Transitions, Summary Thesis
& Main Points, Audience Takeaway, Closing Statement) 6 points
Attention Getter (MUST be more than “Hi, how are you all doing?) 6 points
Audience US/WE Statement (“We all……”) 6 points
Credibility (“I used __________, ______________, and _____________ as
three sources in my research.”) 6 points
Thesis (“Today I will inform you about….”)(one sentence
/one thought/one idea) 6 points
Preview Main Points 6 points
Transitions (between Main Points-“I just discussed _____________,
Now Ill discuss________________) 6 points
Summary Thesis & Main Points, Audience Takeaway, 6 points
Closing Statement (Thesis and Main Points combined
Into one single sentence) (Must be more than “Thanks” or
“Thank you for listening”)
Bibliography/Works Cited page (three sources minimum,
Properly formatted and alphabetized) 6 points
In Text Citations (three unique citations, properly located
And formatted) 6 points
Written Outline points (60 points) __________
Speech delivery portion
Introduction (did you speak all five elements) 8 points
Body (did you get through all of your Main Points?) 4 points
Conclusion (did you speak your three Conclusion elements? 4 points
Delivery (eye contact, good volume) 4 points
Adherence to time limit (7minutes minimum,
MUST MEET MINIMUM REQUIREMENT OF 7 MINUTES) 4 points
Chronological organization of Main Points [did you use chrono-
-logical language? “First, second, third” “First, next, after that”
“1) 2) 3)”] 4 points
Manuscriipt/Extemporaneous Scale 1-5 (how much of your speech
Are you reading off the page? How much of the speech are you
Looking at the camera/audience?) 4 points
Visual Support (did you use objects, pictures, videos, your own
body -OR- rich detail of language when describing process?) 4 points
Spoken Citations (“According to INSERT [Author name] OR [Article
Name] OR [website name], OR [organization name] OR publication
Name} MINIMUM 3. Note: You cannot use the same SPOKEN CITATION
More than one time. Saying “According to Rolling Stones Magazine…”
twice in your speech only counts as ONE Spoken Citation) 4 points
Speech Delivery (40) Points __________
HOW TO SPEECH DEMONSTRATION CONSIDERATIONS
-If demonstrating a process that includes physical objects or your own body, you should (1) First, say what the step is first (2) Then demonstrate that step visually
If you are explaining a process with rich language and detail, you can just say the steps. BUT, make sure to use chronological language:
“First step is…., then the second step is…..”
-YOU MUST SPEAK THREE UNIQUE ORAL CITATIONS:
Three times throughout the speech, you must mention a source:
“According to my grandma Ann Capini’s lasgana recipe you want to make sure that you make your own sauce” (Capini, 2015).
“According to www.bettycrocker.com guide for kitchen safety. Make sure all pots and pans are turned inward to avoid pets or young ones from injuring themselves” (www.bettycrocker.com).
“According to www.foodcultureitalia.com, lasagna is considered a national treasure” (Smith, 2020).
YOU MUST INCLUDE MINIMUM THREE PROPERLY LOCATED AND FORMATTED IN TEXT CITATIONS:
“According to my grandma Ann Capini’s lasgana recipe you want to make sure that you make your own sauce” (Capini, 2015).
The above bolded section is an example of an IN TEXT CITATION with a known author. Format is (AUTHOR LAST NAME, YEAR OF PUBLICATION OR YEAR YOU ACCESSED THIS INFORMATION).
“According to www.bettycrocker.com guide for kitchen safety. Make sure all pots and pans are turned inward to avoid pets or young ones from injuring themselves” (www.bettycrocker.com).
The above bolded section is an example of an IN TEXT CITATION with NO known author. Format is (WWW.WEBSITE.COM).
“According to www.foodcultureitalia.com, lasagna is considered a national treasure” (Smith, 2020).
The above bolded section is an example of an IN TEXT CITATION with a known author. Format is (AUTHOR LAST NAME, YEAR OF PUBLICATION OR YEAR YOU ACCESSED THIS INFORMATION).
YOU MUST SPEAK A TOTAL OF SIX (6) MINUTES MINIMUM
If you record your speech, you MUST check the time from start to finish, beginning with you speaking your ATTENTION GETTER. If your speech doesn’t meet six (6) minutes, add more info and detail and try again
YOU MUST INCLUDE A PROPERLY FORMATTED AND ALPHABETIZED WORKS CITED OR BIBLIOGRAPHY PAGE
Your WORKS CITED page should look like this:
WORKS CITED
Bernard, Adam. 6 Things All Indie Hip-Hop Artists Must Do for Their Live Show. Sonicbids Blog. 2016 Feb 4.
http://blog.sonicbids.com/6-things-all-indie-hip-hop-artists-must-do-for- their-live-show
Boland, Justin. How To Improve Your Live Show. Audible Hype: DIY Promotion and Marketing. 2011 Apr 17. http://www.audiblehype.com/blogs/business/2011/apr/17/how-improve-your-live-show/
Pigeons & Planes. The 15 Most Annoying Things You’ll See At Rap Shows. Complex. 2014 Apr 2. http://pigeonsandplanes.com/in-depth/2014/04/the-15-most-annoying-things-youll-see-at-rap-shows/
Your WORKS CITED page SHOULD NOT look like this:
WORKS CITED
http://www.audiblehype.com/blogs/business/2011/apr/17/how-improve-your-live-show/
http://blog.sonicbids.com/6-things-all-indie-hip-hop-artists-must-do-for- their-live-show
http://pigeonsandplanes.com/in-depth/2014/04/the-15-most-annoying-things-youll-see-at-rap-shows/
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Informative Speech: Each student will post a 7 minute extemporaneous speech that attempts to inform the audience
about an object, an event, an activity, or a person. This is a researched speech that requires 3 outside, published
sources. 3 unique spoken citations are required
(my topic is pairing cheese )

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