please follow the following no plagiarism The Tamara outline is the structure a

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please follow the following no plagiarism
The Tamara outline is the structure and the way the paper has to go so please follow the same structure and make sure after the outline please write a speech for me based on the outline you wrote so I can read it out loud to the class please
Topic Examples:
A family member who has impacted you
The author of the book that changed my life
The doctor that has cured me from a dangerous disease
The tribute presentation to the partner that saved my life
A memorial tribute presentation to a loved one, mentor, hero, etc.
Someone who, in some way, changed the course of your life, history, etc.
An inventor, innovator, politician, doctor, teacher, etc., whom you admire
A presentation of tribute to ____ as the best superhero
A tribute to an organization, group, nonprofit entity, etc.
· Be unique – a place, a pet, a person we wouldn’t think of. Once I had a tribute to MN winters and snow – it was fun.
Feel free to choose one of those as your topic but again please no plagiarism and please follow the structure give
Visual Aid — The use of one visual aid is required. See advice in your text on visual aids. You may use PowerPoint (but have a second version in your drop box or email). You may use online sites (but make sure that it will not link to an unwanted site after you are done – e.g. this often happens with YouTube sites). You can use an image/object. I have seem some great creativity in ZOOM – make sure if you go “on site” that your connection to the internet can work (we had a very fun speech at a small airport where the student was a pilot, but the connection would not work -he figured it out and went to the simulator vs. the plane, so it was still great but he had to think quickly for a plan B). I have folks in a kitchen sharing their tribute to a food and showed how it looks, bubbles up, etc. That was hard, but so cool! Some folks have brought in the person – ta, da, here is my MOM! Grandma made an appearance – yes, I cried, but no extra credit if your teacher cries 😊. We’ve seen family heirlooms, like a student who shared her grandmother’s Hmong traditional clothing. Some folks have played instruments or even brought in a pet at the end. Good luck if you try one of these more unique methods – just PRACTICE with ZOOM doing whatever you try. AND – yes, a PowerPoint or photo works too.

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