It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstormin

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It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstorming, choose four different current event topics that you might want to cover in your presentation, the informative speech delivered in week 6. For each topic, list the general purpose statement, a specific purpose statement, the central idea, and a few potential points. Include a paragraph or two describing your thoughts on the usefulness of brainstorming and the ways you can improve its use in the future.
Incorporating this week’s lesson on brainstorming techniques I have chosen four different topics
based on a future informative speech. I have included the topic, general purpose statement,
specific purpose statement and a few potential key points. I have concluded this assignment with
a brief paragraph explaining the usefulness brainstorming provides when organizing potential
speech topics.
Keywords: brainstorming, informative speech, topic, general purpose, specific purpose
Brainstorming Your Way to a Great Topic
Topic: ICE Detention Centers
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience on the living conditions inside ICE
migrant detention centers
Central Idea: Reports of migrant detention centers are surfacing regarding living
conditions, highlighting violations against fundamental human rights, access to legal
services, and unsanitary overcrowding.
Potential Points:
– Explain what ICE stands for
– Explain why detention centers have been formed across the country
– Inform my audience on the horrid conditions found in these detention centers
– Inform my audience on the lack of health and legal services provided for its detainees
Topic: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about the benefits of the DACA
program on undocumented youth
Central Idea: The DACA program was formed to assist udocumented youth offering aid
in a variety of ways proving success in areas such as work authorization, deportation
protection, and attaining higher education.
Potential Points:
– Explain what the DACA program is and who their recipients are
– Provide success stories and statistics of the benefits the
DACA program provides for its recipients
– Inform my audience that The DACA initiative also benefits the economy
and other aspects of our current society
Concluding Paragraph
There are many things going on in the world right now and often at times it feels hard
trying to organize and keep up with the everchanging information. Thankfully through
the use of brainstorming I was able to cluster my personal inventory narrowing down four
specific topics. The brainstorming techniques I have learned from “The Art of Public
Speaking” has allowed me to choose topics that I found were considerably important to
me. As stated in “The Art of Public Speaking”, “when the general purpose is to inform,
you act as a teacher or lecturer.” As the role of an educator in an informative speech it is
imperative to me to pass on any knowledge I have learned to my audience “clearly,
accurately, and interestingly.” In the future I would like to sharpen my internet searching
skills by accessing the west coast university library, it’s database holds a variety of
credible journals and excerpts that I could potentially use as sources within my speech.
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