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Write on target.

We can even answer rhetorical questions.

458-1455

writingcenter.tamu.edu



Commencement speeches were invented largely in the belief that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

–G.B. Trudeau


Invention
Invention that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

  • Determine audience, purpose, occasion, genre

  • Select a central idea (thesis)

  • Develop the central idea

  • Appeal to logic

  • Appeal to emotions

  • Establish your credentials

The best way to sound like you know what you're talking about is to know what you're talking about. 

– Unknown


Organization
Organization that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

Introduction

  • Grabs attention

  • States a thesis

  • Gives a preview

    Body

  • Presents main points

  • Provides supporting material

Conclusion

  • Restates thesis

  • Reviews main points

  • Makes a final statement


Visual aids presenting data
Visual Aids – Presenting Data that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

Source: corporate.hallmark.com/Holiday


Visual aids emphasizing points
Visual Aids – Emphasizing Points that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

  • Do you remember your first Valentine?

  • Hallmark cards are an integral part of the holiday season.

  • Help create a memory.

Source: velu.itacumens.com/?tag=valentines-day-greeting


Features of slide design
Features of Slide Design that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

Font

Color

Layout

Content

Themes

Effects

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Teen drivers
Teen Drivers that outgoing college students should never be released into the world until they have been properly sedated. 

1 out of 3 teen deaths result of motor vehicle crash

Leading cause of death for US teens is injury from motor vehicle crash

Costs $14 billion for crash related injuries and deaths

In 2009 eight teens a day died from motor vehicle crashes

High school students rarely use seatbelts



Factors contributing to teen crashes
Factors Contributing to Teen Crashes U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.

  • Driver inexperience

  • Teen passengers

  • Night driving

  • Seat belts

  • Distracted driving

Source: www.cdc.gov/features/teendrivers/index.html


Charles moore the improvement of the park system of the district of columbia 1902
Charles Moore, U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.The Improvement of the Park System of the District of Columbia, 1902

“When the city of Washington was planned under the direct and minute supervision of Washington and Jefferson, the relations that should subsist between the Capitol and the President’s House were closely studied. Indeed the whole city was planned with a view to the reciprocal relations that should exist among public buildings…in a word, all that goes to make a city a magnificent and consistent work of art were regarded as essentials in the plans made by L’Enfant under the direction of the first President and his Secretary of State.”


Communicating with your voice
Communicating with Your Voice U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.

Breath

Volume

Pitch

Timing

Pauses


Communicating with your body
Communicating with Your Body U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.

Stance

  • Stable and commanding

  • Use Podium (if available)

  • Free hands to gesture

    Gestures

  • Not nervous, just natural


Communicating with your body1
Communicating with Your Body U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.

Eye Contact

  • Establish early

  • Shift focus to draw in audience

    Dress

  • Match circumstances

  • Build credibility


Practicing Your Presentation U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.

Limit speaking notes

Time the presentation

Videotape the presentation

Practice in front of people

Do not over practice

Do not memorize the speech


Don’t Forget U.S. Teens, 2009-1010.

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