for the speech needs around 700 words. do not be so difficult. also please finish the speech outline. use the form that I upload. Length: 7-8 minutes. Points Possible: 65 points. Purpose: The purpose of this speech is to persuade your audience about a topic using Monroe’s Motivated sequence. Requirements: Upload/record a video of you completing this speech. Make sure the video is clear, well lit, strong audio, and shows your full body. The purpose of this speech is to persuade your audience. Speeches must be organized using Monroe’s Motivated sequence and ask the audience to take action in support of a policy. Topics should be interesting to you the speaker and related to the audience. Topics should be narrow and specific. A minimum of six different academic sources are required and must be cited during your speech (Wikipedia and forms of Wiki are not academic sources). These sources must be included on the works cited page of your outline. You will be evaluated on your introduction, subject matter, Monroe’s Motivated Sequence (Need, Satisfaction, and Visualization), organization, supporting materials, Ethos, Pathos, and Logos, delivery voice, delivery-body, and conclusion. Criteria for Evaluation: Introduction (4 points): You will be evaluated on effectively using an attention-getter, revealing the central idea of your speech, stating your speaker credibility, and previewing your three main points. Subject matter (4 points): You will be evaluated on how well the subject is related to the speaker, the audience, and the occasion. The speech must call for a policy change. Monroe’s Motivated Sequence: You will be evaluated on proper use of Monroe’s Motivated sequence including: a. Need (6 points): You must present a clear problem that needs to be fixed. b. Satisfaction (6 points): You must provide a clear and achievable step-by-step plan/policy on how you are going to fix the problem/need. c. Visualization (6 points): You must show how your plan/policy will look in place (how your plan/policy fixes the problem/need). Organization (6 points): You will be evaluated on having clear organization between sub-points, clear connectives, meeting the time requirement (7-8 minutes), and having equal time spacing among main points. Supporting Materials (8 points): You will be evaluated on clearly citing six academic sources correctly as stated in class. Ethos, Pathos, and Logos (5 points): You will be evaluated on having a clear and appropriate appeal to ethics, emotion and/or logic. Delivery-Voice (8 points): You will be evaluated on your vocal rate, volume, vocal variety, your speech being free of verbal fillers/clutter, and use of appropriate language. Delivery-Body (8 points): You will be evaluated on effective use of eye contact, extemporaneous speaking, appropriate facial expressions and gestures, and your posture and movement. Conclusion (4 points): You will be evaluated on using a review statement, restating your central idea, and ending with an effective call to action.