Communication class

Part 1

LA 205 Week 6 Live Chat = Recorded

Posted on: Monday, May 28, 2018 7:58:48 PM EDT


Folks, tonight we have our live chat to cover speech #2. Here is the link…..



Speech 2 – Instructions

An autobiography is a type of informative speech. Discuss in a 3 minute presentation, what you would like your audience to know about you. Concentrate on the qualities that make you unique and the experiences that have shaped you into the individual you are today.

You are to write out your introductory and concluding paragraphs, but the body must be in the form of an outline. The body of the speech should not be read word-for-word, but you may freely refer to your outline. You MUST submit a copy of the outline prior to presenting your speech.

You will deliver your speech via blackboard collaborate ultra on your scheduled day.




Part 2


LA 205 Live Chat Recording – Speech #4

Posted on: Monday, June 25, 2018 7:56:42 PM EDT

Students, we just recorded our live chat that covered Speech #4. When you get a chance, please make sure to review it, and as always, please reach out with any questions you may have. 🙂

Problem to Solution Speech – Instructions

You will submit a Problem to Solution speech, which falls under Persuasive speech.

Submit your “Problem to Solution” speech outline to the Week 11 “Safe Assign” dropbox prior to your presentation.

Present your Problem to Solution speech (4-5 minutes) via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.



Part 3

LA 205 Live Chat Recording – Speech #5

Posted on: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 7:29:11 PM EDT


Folks, I just recorded our live chat for Speech #5.  We tried to have it last night, but the Collaborate session was not working.  Please make sure to review this recording, and as always, please let me know if/when you have any questions.


Speech #5 Folder – Your Own Collaboratives are Located Here

**Giving a speech is NOT reading. You need to talk to your audience, not read to them.  You should be rehearsed and practiced enough to deliver your speech, letting a few key words/bullets from your outline guide your speech delivery.**


Last Updated on February 11, 2019

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