The task set for this assignment are designed to help you meet the following course learning outcomes (CLOs):
1) Describe effective verbal and non-verbal language in expressing formal and informal communication; and
3) Demonstrate the ability and confidence in preparing and practising effective communication skills in any settings.
This task is an individual assignment. prepare a speech on the topic: EDUCATION
Delivering an effective speech is a skill that needs to be developed especially for those with job tasks involving speeches like teachers, sales person, lawyers and many others. Either you are delivering an informative speech , you will need to prepare your speech text.
The followings are the task specifications in preparing the video:
a. Start by planning your speech text – either in short notes or the complete text. Your introduction should state your name, ID, Course, and which type of speech with your speech title.
b. You can refer to various resources or use your personal observations, experience, and knowledge for creating the content, but make sure that the content of the speech is appropriate to your targeted audience. The topic is wide, so you can choose any aspect of EDUCATION.
c. You will need to decide: who you are as a presenter or producer, your targeted audience, the surroundings, and other aspects to consider even though you are not going to mention it verbally in the presentation (OR you can decide to mention this aspect in your introduction of the video. In other words, you are free to be the “director” and the “producer” of the video).
a. Plan visual aids. You are encouraged to use creativity and innovation in producing the video by catering both brain’s visual and auditory systems, body language, facial expressions, imagery and music, etc. You might want to use applications to further exemplify the presentation like PowerPoint Presentation, iMovie, Funimate, Adobe and many others.
d. Record your 10 - 15 minutes speech:
i. Make sure that you have an introduction
ii. The purpose of the speech must either be to inform.
iii. Your speech must be engaging and interesting.
iv. You must offer an ending (conclusion) in the video.
e. Make sure the recording of your speech is authentic, clear and organised. Remember, “you are the script writer, the speaker and maybe even, the producer!”. Deliver a speech that is engaging and interesting to your audience.
f. Prepare a link to your presentation. Choose either to upload your video on YouTube, a blog website, Facebook or any online drive (Google Drive/ OneDrive etc). Submit this link in your assignment. Make sure this link is accessible.