Explain how/why your perspective on the topic is correct; present possible solutions to the problem of the topic. The information presented must be research based and cited either verbally or on your slides.

Directions: This topic must be directly related to the topic of the course (resilience) this semester. The content must present a controversial issue or problem and offer a viable solution. The speech must employ academic research. The presentation should also make use of appropriate visual aids.Content: The speech must include the following parts:
Introduction – Introduce the topic to the audience. Define and explain the topic. Relate it to at least one general education outcome.
Thesis – State your argument about that topic
Body – Explain how/why your perspective on the topic is correct; present possible solutions to the problem of the topic. The information presented must be research based and cited either verbally or on your slides.
Conclusion – The speech should conclude with a summary that reminds the audience of the topic and solution. That summary should also relate the problem back to general education and the outcome chosen.