Description

Please consider the following when you create your informational speech:

  • Your introduction should engage your specific target audience specific to your career field or professional goals.
  • Your introduction should possess a single, purposeful career oriented or professional field driven thesis that previews the main points of your speech.
  • After the introduction, the body of your speech should have clear main points and smooth transitions between them that continue informing on a specific career or professional field.
  • Present your speech with objectivity, relevancy, and credibility.
  • Use your voice tone, inflection, and volume appropriately.
  • Use eye contact, facial expression, hand gestures, and other body language smoothly and appropriately in line with your words. Any other visual aids should be used appropriately as well.
  • In your conclusion, be sure that you relate back to the main points and provide a memorable final statement.

Your speech should make relevant and effective use of sources that have been gathered from academic outlets that relate to your career field or professional goals.