INFORMATIVE SPEECH TOPIC : IMPORTANCE OF SLEEPInformative Speech—The general purpose of this speech is for the speaker to inform the audience about an object, person, procedure, event or idea. This information should be suitable for a general college-level audience and be presented in a way that maximizes audience retention. Solid research and clear outlining are keys for this speech. Timing: 4 to 6 minutes.Visit the Example Speeches section under Content for this course for samples.REQUIREMENTS: You must use either the G.A.M.E. Plan Outline or the Traditional Outline template provided in the Additional Resources section of this course. You must submit your outline into the assignment submissions folder in either a Word, PDF or other D2L-readable format.Your speech will only be graded if it abides by the following rules:This speech does not require a live audience; however, you might find it beneficial to present to a minimum of three adults. If you choose to present to an audience, film your audience in one continuous flow before and after the speech. Do not edit the video. You must orally cite at least three sources. To orally cite your sources use I.C.E.–Introduce your Information. You might offer a quotation, a statistic or an insight offered by a credible source. Next Cite your source. Here you want to give enough information that your audience understands that your source is a credible expert relative to your discussion and provide your audience with enough source information that if they wished to find your source material you’ve given them enough information to help them quickly complete their search. Lastly, you will want to Explain the relevance of the research that you are offering to your overall discussion.
INFORMATIVE SPEECH TOPIC : IMPORTANCE OF SLEEP