- Take notes while you watch a one-hour video that summarizes the entire process of writing and delivering a speech.
- Type your notes in proper outline form--you do not have to use complete sentences, but a reader who did not watch the video should be able to make sense of the video from your notes.
- Write a couple of paragraphs describing the most valuable things you learned from the video about the process of creating and delivering a speech.
- Submit your outline and responses as a single document attachment saved as a Word (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) file. Name the file: your last name + PSVA. If I submitted the file, for example, the name of the file would be JewellPSVA.
A typical submission will be between 2 and 3 pages.
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