Speech (BOTH PARTS!!!)



Write a response to the following prompt using proper APA Style.


Prompt: You will watch a short sales presentation for an “As Seen on TV” product.


Step 1: Review the information presented in Module 4 that discusses organizing a speech.


Step 2: Select a short infomercial presentation to watch.


1.      Navigate to the following website: http://www.asseenontv.com/.

2.      Scroll down to the Best Sellers section.

3.      Select one of the top selling products.

4.      Toward the left side of the screen, there is a Play Video Clip button.  Click the Play button to start the presentation.


Step 3: Watch the presentation video.


Step 4: Answer the following questions:


1.      How was the presentation organized?

2.      Do you believe the organization of the presentation was successful?  Explain.

3.      What would you change about the presentation and why?


Step 5: Save and submit your document.  Remember to use proper APA Style.




Modules 1 through 4 Homework Assignments will be a continuation of the speech process.  You will construct your speech by answering the following prompt, which will be given at the beginning of each homework assignment.  This is a step-by-step process.  As long as you read the textbook, read the online material, and complete the activities, you will not encounter much difficulty.


Prompt: Childhood obesity is growing at an increasing rate.  Should fatty foods, such as potato chips, cookies, and soft drinks, be banned from elementary school?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against banning fatty foods from elementary school.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.


1.   You will present your speech via phone to your instructor.

·        NOTE: To present your speech, please follow the Speech 1: Delivery Instructions in iBoard.

2.   Please be sure to practice your speech before presenting it to the instructor.