Informative Speech Experience

After recording and sharing your first speech (Informative Speech), analyze your experience. Please answer the following questions
1. Did you achieve your goals?
2. Were the different outlines useful to prepare your speech?
3. What did you feel before and after your presentation? What would you do differently?
4. What else would you like to say about your first presentation?
Length: min- 300- max 500 words.

The topic of the Informative Speech and the outline for the presentation is attached

Delivery Outline – By GalipJabban

General Purpose: To Inform

Specific Topic: Human Overpopulation

  • Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the impact of human overpopulation on earth and why it is a pressing environmental issue

 

*SMILE AND INTRODUCE YOURSELF TO AUDIENCE*

INTRODUCTION

  1. Brief Description: Human overpopulation is among the most pressing environmental issues
  2. Causes of Human Overpopulation
  3. Reduced Mortality Rate
  4. Better Medical Facilities
  5. Depletion of precious resources

 

 

Transition:Effects of Overpopulation

 

BODY

Body Intro : Global warmingenvironmental pollution, habitat loss, the sixth mass extinctionintensive farming practices and the consumption of finite natural resources mostly come to existence due to human overpopulation.

  1. Most important effects

1 – Rise in Unemployment

2- Conflicts and Wars

3-Increased Global Warming and Climate Change

4-Elevated Crime Rate

 

Transition: It also effects human health and human death rates

-Lower Life Expectancy in the Fastest Growing Countries

– Increased Emergence of New Epidemics and Pandemics

 

*REMEMBER TO SPEAK SLOWLY*

 

 

Transition: How to solve the effects of human overpopulation

 

 

CONCLUSION

Solutions to Overpopulation

  1. Better Education
  2. Tax Benefits
  3. Making People Aware of Family Planning

 

 

*THANK AUDIENCE AND SMILE*

 

References 

 

  • Everything Connects. (2018). Overpopulation Effects. [online] Available at: http://www.everythingconnects.org/overpopulation-effects.html

 

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