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Journalism & Communication
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Name 14 December 2012 Assignment I attended a speech given by one of the students at a college seminar earlier this month. The speaker was Mr. Matthew Greene from a reputed college in the city and he spoke about the effect of social networking websites on the grades of college level students.
The speaker had a concise outline to his speech which he gave beforehand so that the audience knew the areas that he was going to be dealing with; these included an introduction to social networking and the impact that it has on college life, the various pros and cons of social networking websites ranging from productivity among students, popularity and medium of communication to assisting in extracurricular activities. Finally, a counter argument was also presented to give the speech a moot point and help the audience decide for themselves rather than sway them into thinking on one track of the topic. Most of the audience included students from various high schools and colleges around the city because it was an event conducted by a few colleges around the city for both high school as well as college level students. The speaker had a very strong thesis statement because of the fact that it centred around the entire speech very well. ...
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