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Maroon Pointing+to+Progress

Maroon Pointing+to+Progress

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Published by: John Hartley on Dec 06, 2011
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Maroon:PointingtoProgressTopic
Discussyourprogresstowardeffectivepublicspeakingina1‐2pageessay.Createaninformativeessaywithyourinstructorastheintendedreader.Consequently,youneedn'texplaintheassignmentsbecauseyourreaderalreadyknowsthem.Instead,focusonyourownwork,yourreactions,andyourprogressasyouworkedyourwaythroughthesemester.Youressayshouldreflectethos,pathos,andlogos.Becarefultoconsideranethical(truthful)approach,toincludepersonalattitude/emotion,andlodeveloplogicalorganizationofandsupportforyourmainideas.Thatsupportshouldincludereferencestoyourownspeechesand/orreferencestomaterialinthetextbook.Note:Thepaperisinformative;letyourinstructorknowthatyouhavereflectedonyourgrowththissemester.Thisisnotapersuasivepaper;thereisnoneedtopersuadeanyoneaboutyouraccomplishments.
Submission--
Pleasecompleteyouressayandsubmititviaemailorinanyotherwayassignedbyyourinstructor.
Developingyouressay
We'vebeenreferringtotheCanonsofRhetoricaswedevelopedeachspeech;theyarecertainlyrelevanttowritingassignmentstoo!
Invention
‐‐Brainstormand/orfreewritetogeneratesomeideasforthisessay.Considerthetopicanditsrelevancetoyourworkduringthesemester.•Hasyourworkmadeadifferenceinyourspeakingapprehension?(RefertoPRPSAscores.)Areyoufeelingmoreconfidentasyouprepareand/ordeliveraspeech?•Consideryourspeakingskills“beforeandafter”thiscourse.Whatchangescouldyouidentify?•Haveyouseenprogressincertainareasandnotinothers?(Refertothespeakingcompetenciesusedonthecritiqueforms.)Reviewthefeedbackyou'vereceivedonyourspeechesthissemester.Whatareashaveyoumastered?(Givespecificexamplesfromyourspeeches.)Whatdoyoustillneedtoworkon?•Wereyouabletointegratethereadingsfromthetextintoyourspeech‐writingandperformance?
 Arrangement
‐‐Onceyouhavelotsofideas,createashapeforyourpaperwithseveralmainpointsandspecificsupportingdetails(examples)inthesamewayyouwouldaspeech.
 
ConsideryourMAP(Message?Audience=YourinstructorPurpose=Toinform)andthenuseatraditionalstructurewithanintro,bodyandconclusion.
 
Theintroshouldincludeyourthesis,astatementofyouroverallsenseaboutyourprogressorcompetence.(Makeaclaim;characterizeyourprogress.)Therestoftheessaywillprovethisstatement.
 
Thebodyparagraphsshouldeachhaveaspecificfocusandshouldopenwithatopicsentence.
 
Theconclusionparagraphmightsummarizeorgiveafinalthoughtforyourreadertoprocess.Theconclusionshouldn'tintroduceanewidea.

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