Types of Birth Control; Informative Speech

Types of Birth Control
Types of Birth Control

Write an informative speech on types of birth control has to be

Contraceptive methods can be roughly divided into five types:

20 Different Birth Control Options;

  • Abstinence
  • Sponge (Today Sponge)
  • The Patch
  • Vaginal Ring (NuvaRing)
  • Birth Control Pills
  • Shot (Depo-Provera)
  • Implant (Implanon and Nexplanon)
  • Birth Control App
  • Female Condom
  • Breastfeeding as Birth Control
  • Cervical Cap (FemCap)
  • Outercourse
  • Vasectomy
  • Diaphragm
  • Fertility Awareness-Based Methods (FAMs)
  • Pull Out Method (Withdrawal)
  • Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception)
  • Condom
  • Spermicide
  • Sterilization for Women (Tubal Sterilization)
  • IUD

The options listed above have various advantages and disadvantages. Some options are free while others can be very expensive, if not subsidized by medical coverage.

You are the best judge of which option is right for you. When deciding what option is best, it is important to review all of the options and discuss in depth with your partner and your physician.

 

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Black Hawk Surrender Speech

Black Hawk Surrender Speech.

Black Hawk Surrender Speech
Black Hawk Surrender Speech

Read/ Watch the Black Hawk Surrender Speech;

Black Hawk Surrender Speech, 1832

How does reading the speech by Black Hawk reinterpret conventional US History narrative for you…if it does at all? (Make sure to provide a detailed answer with some examples from either the readings, lecture, discussion, etc.)

Answering the important who, what, where, when, why for the excerpt below

Black Hawk Surrender Speech, 1832

You have taken me prisoner with all my warriors. I am much grieved, for I expected, if I did not defeat you, to hold out much longer, and give you more trouble before I surrendered.

I tried hard to bring you into ambush, but your last general understands Indian fighting. The first one was not so wise.

When I saw that I could not beat you by Indian fighting, I determined to rush on you, and fight you face to face. I fought hard.

But your guns were well aimed. The bullets flew like birds in the air, and whizzed by our ears like the wind through the trees in the winter.

My warriors fell around me; it began to look dismal. I saw my evil day at hand.

The sun rose dim on us in the morning, and at night it sunk in a dark cloud, and looked like a ball of fire.

That was the last sun that shone on Black Hawk. His heart is dead, and no longer beats quick in his bosom.

He is now a prisoner to the white men; they will do with him as they wish. But he can stand torture, and is not afraid of death. He is no coward. Black Hawk is an Indian.

He has done nothing for which an Indian ought to be ashamed. He has fought for his countrymen, the squaws and papooses, against white men, who came, year after year, to cheat them and take away their lands.

You know the cause of our making war. It is known to all white men. They ought to be ashamed of it. The white men despise the Indians, and drive them from their homes.

But the Indians are not deceitful. The white men speak bad of the Indian, and took at him spitefully. But the Indian does not tell lies; Indians do not steal.

An Indian who is as bad as the white men, could not live in our nation; he would be put to death, and eat [sic] up by the wolves.

The white men are bad school-masters; they carry false looks, and deal in false actions; and smile in the face of the poor Indian to cheat him;

they shake them by the hand to gain their confidence, to make them drunk, to deceive them, and ruin our wives.

We told them to let us alone; but they followed on and beset our paths, and they coiled themselves among us like the snake.

They poisoned us by their touch. Not safe as we lived in danger.

We were becoming like them, hypocrites and liars, adulterers, lazy drones, all talkers, and no workers. Looked up to the Great Spirit. We went to our great father.

We were encouraged. His great council gave us fair words and big promises, but we got no satisfaction.

Things were growing worse. There were no deer in the forest.

The opossum and beaver were fled; the springs were drying up, and our squaws and papooses without victuals to keep them from starving; we called a great council and built a large fire.

The spirit of our fathers arose and spoke to us to avenge our wrongs or die…. We set up the war-whoop, and dug up the tomahawk; our knives were ready, and the heart of Black Hawk swelled high in his bosom when he led his warriors to battle.

He will go to the world of spirits contented. He has done his duty. His father will meet him there, and commend him.

Black Hawk is a true Indian, and disdains to cry like a woman. He feels for his wife, his children and friends. But he does not care for himself. He cares for his nation and the Indians.

They will suffer. He laments their fate. The white men do not scalp the head; but they do worse-they poison the heart, it is not pure with them.

His countrymen will not be scalped, but they will, in a few years, become like the white men, so that you can’t trust them, and there must be, as in the white settlements, nearly as many officers as men, to take care of them and keep them in order.

Farewell, my nation. Black Hawk tried to save you, and avenge your wrongs. He drank the blood of some of the whites and has been taken prisoner, and his plans are stopped. He can do no more and is near his end.

His sun is setting, and he will rise no more. Farewell to Black Hawk.

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Speech Writing;PowerPoint Presentation

Speech Writing.

Speech Writing
Speech Writing
Introduction

Capture your audience’s attention with a quote, anecdote, or personal experience. Build up to your case or the main reason for your Speech Writing. Summarize the main idea of your speech.

Quickly state your three main points

  • First Main Point
  • Second Main Point
  • Third Main Point
First Main Point: Working with outline numbered text in Microsoft Word

You can move an outline numbered item to the appropriate numbering level on the Formatting toolbar:

  • To demote the item to a lower numbering level
  • click a list number
  • click Increase Indent.
  • To promote the item to a higher numbering level
  • click a list number
  • click Decrease Indent.

You can use this procedure to help you plan your speech and organize your thoughts.

Second Main Point: Creating a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation from a Word outline

About creating a PowerPoint presentation from a Word Outline
PowerPoint uses the heading styles in your Word document.
Heading styles are applied when you use numbered outlines
Heading styles are already turned on for you in this template.
For example, each paragraph formatted with the Heading 1 style becomes the title of a new slide, each Heading 2 becomes the first level of text, and so on.

Procedure

Open the document you want to use to create a PowerPoint presentation.
On the File menu, point to Send To, and then click Microsoft PowerPoint.
This procedure makes it easy for you to create a PowerPoint presentation based on the notes you’ve prepared for your speech in Word.

Main Point 3: Creating an outline from an existing document allows you to build on work you’ve already done

If you use heading styles to create longer documents, you can see a document’s organization in Outline view, and use it to prepare your speech.
To learn more about Outline view, see Microsoft Word Help.

Conclusion

Restate your three main points

  • First Main Point
  • Second Main Point
  • Third Main Point

Summarize the ideas you’ve presented
Return to your introduction or conclude with a compelling remark

Evil Empire Speech; President Ronald Reagan

Evil Empire Speech.

Evil Empire Speech
Evil Empire Speech

Watch President Ronald Reagan’s 1983 speech Evil Empire Speech to the National Association of Evangelicals, perhaps the most explicit presidential endorsement of Christian faith in recent times.

As you watch this presentation, prepare and post your written answers to the following questions (which derive from page 130 of the textbook):
  1. The speech’s topic?
  2. Speech’s thesis or main point?
  3. What in the speech, if anything, suggests the speaker (or his speech writers) had analyzed the audience and adapted the speech to its needs?
  4. Did the speaker use effective and relevant material to support the speech’s thesis?
  5. Was the speech effectively organized?
  6. Did the speaker use clear, interesting, and accurate language?
  7. Was the quality of the speaker’s voice acceptable?
  8. Were the speaker’s movements and gestures meaningful and effective?

You must explain the observations and the reasoning that justify your answers to these questions.

The more thoughtful, detailed, and documented your observations and explanations, the better the quality of your work.

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