SIUC Dept. of Communication Studies RSOs
Everyday we communicate with our family, friends, and even our pets. Our communication ecosystem is so broad and we create points and arguments all the time. In this blog, I will be talking about building a persuasive argument or point. This is as easy as stating your favorite ice cream flavor or stealing underpants.
In celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month, here is a look at 10 influential speakers and speeches you should know about this semester. This list is not exhaustive, only some of the strong advocates that have paved the way for so many LGBTQ+ voices to be heard are included. Leave us a comment below of some amazing LGBTQ+ icons that have impacted your life that did not make the list!
As you are starting to organize your informative speeches for class, there are a few things to think about when giving your presentation. Think about them as a baking recipe, one where you follow the steps and work towards a delicious chocolate cake with a chocolate ganache topped with ripe strawb..
Anyways, lets take a look at our “recipe” for informative speeches:
I remember the first time I had to stand up in front of the class and give my informative speech. I was in my sophomore year in college and I recently changed my major from Art & Design to Communication Studies. I was terrified from the amount of pressure I felt as my name was called to give my presentation. My palms were sweaty, and I wondered if anyone else could hear my heart trying to jump out of my chest.