Cyber Crime

speech gathering appropriate evidence from 3 sources.  The assignment requirements are as follows:

  1. Choose your topic: Cyber Crime
  2. Type your outline
    1. The first main point of your speech should explain your fact or innovation (what geographic areas it concerns, who is involved, what specific concerns it raises, etc.).  The second and third main points should be used to answer two questions: Main Point #2 – Why is this fact considered important enough to change the world? and  Main Point #3 How are people (agencies, organizations) working with this information
  3. You must cite (use as a reference) 2 must be dated within the last year 2014-2016  These sources must be orally cited in your speech, and included in a Works Cited section in your preparation outline.  You may use only ONE (1) “internet-only” source.
  4. You must have an introduction with all five (5) components, three main points, and a conclusion with all three (3) components.  Each main point has two subpoints.  Each subpoint has two pieces of evidence – thus there are 12 pieces of evidence total.   The evidence should be written out in full and have an in-text citation where it appears in your outline.
  5. Use full sentences throughout the outline. Run a grammar and spell check when you are done.  Allow plenty of time for the research, outline writing, and speech preparation.  The outline alone will take several hours to put together – don’t wait until the day before.
  OUTLINE BELOW
  1. Introduction
  2. Attention Getter (one sentence)
  3. Relevancy to Audience (one sentence)
  4. Thesis Statement (one sentence)
  5. Preview of Main Points (one sentence)
  6. Transition (one sentence)
 
  1. Main Point Summary Statement –  What are the FACTs about this issue ?(one sentence)
  2. Subpoint (one sentence)
  3. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  4. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  5. Subpoint (one sentence)
  6. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  7. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  8. Transition (one sentence)
  III.  Main Point  Summary Statement: Why is this important to us / to the world ? (one sentence)
  1. Subpoint (one sentence)
  2. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  3. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  4. Subpoint (one sentence)
  5. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  6. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  7. Transition (one sentence)
  1. Main Point Summary Statement: What is being done about this issue? (one sentence)
  2. Subpoint (one sentence)
  3. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  4. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  5. Subpoint (one sentence)
  6. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  7. Supporting Evidence and (Author, Date) Citation
  8. Transition (one sentence)
  9. Conclusion
  10. Review of main points (one sentence)
  11. Restatement of thesis (one sentence)
  12. Mnemonic device – attention keeper (one sentence)
  Works Cited NOTE:  Citation format and style questions can be answered at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/  

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