Organize Speech: How to Organize a Speech’s Introduction, Body & Conclusion

 Organize Speech

Organize the Introducing and conclusion of the speech. How to Organize the introduction of the speech. How to Organize the conclusion of the speech.

Organize Speech- Introduction of Speech
  1. Get the attention of your audience
  2. State the topic of your speech
  3. Establish the importance of your topic
  4. Establish the credibility of your topic
  5. Preview the key ideas of your speech
  1. Get the attention
  • Strategies
  • Question your audience (rhetorical or direct)
  • Arouse curiosity
  • Stimulate the imagination
  • Promise something beneficial
  1. State the topic of your speech
  • Use a simple declarative sentence
  • Today I will show you how you can improve your public speaking skills
  • Today I would like to talk to you about the negative impact of social media
  1. Establish the importance
  • This will motivate the audience to listen further
  • Do this by using testimonies of experts or statistics (1 is sufficient)
  • “Recent findings from UPM’s education faculty shows that 80% of students who take notes in the class perform better in exams”
  • Professor Robert Elton, a Physician at UCLA has discovered that smoking also affects.
  1. Establish your credibility
  • Your listeners should understand why you chose a topic
  • Introduce relevant materials
  • Cite previous and current research (2-3)
  1. Preview your key ideas

A statement that orients the audience by revealing how the speaker has organized the body of the speech.

“I will discuss three main steps of how to improve your study skills: 1) taking notes during class, and 2) understand instead of memorizing content, and 3) getting sufficient rest

Put it all together!

According to an old saying, every person dies 3 times. The first time is when your life ends. The second is when your body is lowered into the ground. The third is when there is no one around to remember you. I’m going to talk to you today about death, or rather the celebration of death. This is a celebration that comes from a Mexican tradition called “Dia de los Muertos”, or, day of the dead. Now it may seem strange and morbid to speak of the celebration and death in the same breath, but in the Mexican culture, death is embraced and worshipped just as much life is. After I give you a little background on “Dia de Los Muertos”, I’ll explain the different ways this holiday is celebrated and show you some of the traditional objects used in this celebration.

Organize Speech- Conclusion of Speech
  1. Summarize your key ideas
  2. Activate audience response
  3. Provide closure
1) Summarize

Statements reviewing the major ideas of a speech

“Clearly, these 3 points show us that by being monolingual we lose economically, scholastically, and culturally. Becoming proficient in another language and its culture may help us reduce our deficit and increase our competitiveness in world trade by recognizing possible problems in marketing campaigns. We will gain intellectually by increasing our vocabulary and expanding our minds. We will gain culturally by breaking barriers and possibly eliminating misunderstanding that occur as a result of being unfamiliar with another language, its people and its culture”.

  1. Activate audience response
  • Letting the audience know whether you want them to :
  • Accept
  • Remember
  • Use
  • Believe
  • or Act on a speech
  • “On your way home tonight, when you approach a traffic light, think of the facts we have talked about tonite….(don’t run red lights”
3. Provide Closure
  • Tie back to the introduction.
  • Ask the same question as in the attention-getting step
  • Tell a relevant conclusive story

Avoid saying:

to conclude, or in conclusion

Put it all together!

So today, we have learned about the problems of heart disease in women, traced its cause, and put forth some answers.

As with anything, these solutions aren’t perfect – and it’s unlikely we will be able to change society or stop this virulent disease in its tracks. We can, however, change ourselves. Through controlling risk on a personal level, lives will be saved. Not every life, but many.

And that 76-year-old mother of 4? She was my grandmother. She died last August. But the tragedy was not in the years we lost her. It isn’t even in the fact that those years could’ve been saved through different habits and greater understanding. The tragedy will only be if others do not learn from her example. Regret-that’s the real tragedy.

Outline Frame of Speech Organization

 Introduction

Body Paragraph

Main point 1

  • Subpoint 1
  • Subpoint 2
  • E.g.,

Connecting sentence

Main point 2

  • Subpoint 1
  • Subpoint 2
  • E.g.,

Connecting sentence

Main point 3

  • Subpoint 1
  • Subpoint 2
  • E.g.,

Conclusion

Agent Agreement Sample of University Agent Commission Agreement

Agent Agreement Sample of University Agent Commission Agreement. How To Write a Contract between University & Agency for Commission Agreement. Agent Agreement Download Link. How to Write Code of Ethics for Agent Agreement?

Table of Content
  1. What is Agent Agreement
  2. Agent Agreement Sample Download Link
  3. Sample of University/ College Agent Agreement
  4. Code of Ethics for Agent Agreement?

Agent Agreement

Agent agreement is a contact paper between two parties where one party allows another party to work on behalf of the first party. It is also known as an Agency agreement or representative agreement. This type of agreement may form between organization to organization or organization to person. The author has sketched a sample of agent agreements between a Canadian college and student admission agency. Here, XYZ represents the college name, and the Responsible unit for Agent represents the department of the college that liaises with the agent.

Agent Agreement

Sample Download Link- MS Word File
Sample of University/ College Agent Agreement

AGENT AGREEMENT

 This agreement dated: ___/0  /2021, between:

1st Party    XYZ University / XYZ College / XYZ Educational Institute Name

 AND

 2nd Party    Agent Name

Representative’s name:

 WHEREAS:

  • XYZ College grants the right to solicit students for the programs offered by affiliated schools of  XYZ College Ltd. as per above.
  • The agent may be informed of any developments related to change of existing programs and introduction of new programs, joint ventures, and/or articulation agreements with other

NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged by both parties, the parties agree as follows:

1. Responsibilities of Agent:

XYZ. pays the Agent on a quality and quantity basis (Inclusive of all applicable taxes) of the net tuition received for each international student referred by the Agent who enrolls, begins his/her education, and remains enrolled and actively attends an affiliated school of  XYZ College Ltd. for a period of at least 30 days. The commission will be paid on prorate basis (as Earned)

*Commissions for our authorized agents would be   ___% of course’s paid tuition only.

An international student is a person who is not a Canadian citizen or a landed immigrant or who has not been determined under the Immigration Act to be a Convention Refugee. As such, an International student would require a proper study permit that must be secured prior to starting the program. In all other cases (Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents), Responsible Unit For Agent will pay the Agent ____% (Inclusive of all applicable taxes) of the net tuition received.

  • Agent shall accurately present the schools and programs of schools affiliated with  XYZ College to the prospective students, their parents, and any interested parties.
  • Agent shall be familiar with, and strictly adhere to, the applicable government regulation and/or accreditation requirements with respect to the recruitment and admission of international
  • Agent shall interview prospective students and gather information regarding the students:
    • Academic
    • English language
    • Financial ability to meet all costs associated with securing a post-secondary education in

Minimum Criteria for International Students Admissions is mentioned below:

  • IELTS: Overall 6with no band less than 5 in any module
  • Academics requirements: Pass with 55%overall Grade 12 or A levels
  • Core subject scores (as per the stream): 50% or more in Grade 12 or A levels
  • The agent should provide assistance to prospective students and their families in making the application to  XYZ College and in advising about visa eligibility and obtaining the study permit (if required) to study in Canada. Agents should review application materials for accuracy and submit all credentials, forms, and application and assessment fees on behalf of the applicant. All application forms MUST bear Agent’s stamp/seal.

 

  • Additional responsibilities may include:
    • Ensuring all students have proper medical insurance/coverage.
    • Assisting students, where necessary, in obtaining airline tickets and travel
    • Communicating with XYZ College’s Admissions Advisor, the transportation details, the specific arrival date of the enrolled student.
2. Status and Authority of the Agent:
  • The agent is not an employee of  XYZ College or any related entity.
  • The agent has no authority to offer admission to any prospective student or to enter into any legally binding agreement, whatsoever, on behalf of  XYZ College; admissions to  XYZ College Ltd.’s programs can only be granted by  XYZ College Ltd. through its admissions process and all decisions regarding the admission of students are the sole prerogative of  XYZ College Ltd.
  • The agent has no authority to commit affiliated schools of  XYZ College to any contract or obligation of any kind.
3. Printed Materials and Advertisements:

All promotions on behalf of  XYZ College Ltd. must be conducted in a truthful and ethical manner by the Agent. Moreover, in the recruitment of students under this Agreement, the Agent shall use only those brochures, advertisements, and other promotional materials that are accepted from XYZ College Ltd. for that purpose. All materials produced by  XYZ College Ltd. are trademarked and are the property of  XYZ College Ltd. reproduction of  XYZ College Ltd. materials by any means, including the translations of  XYZ College Ltd. materials, is strictly prohibited without the prior express written consent of  XYZ College Ltd. Should the Agent wish to create their own marketing materials in order to advertise programs offered by affiliated schools of  XYZ College Ltd.,  XYZ College Ltd. must approve those in writing prior to them being released to the public.

4. Processing of Applications:

XYZ College Ltd. shall use good faith efforts to send out to Agent notice of the admissions decision within forty-eight (48) hours after the school has received a complete enrollment package. Responsible Unit For Agent. agrees to pay Agent commission as outlined in this agreement and as in relation to each student’s enrollment (see #17 for details).

5. Laws and Regulations:
  • Agent agrees to abide by provincial and federal laws and standards with respect to fair marketing principles and further agrees to be responsible for and to indemnify and save harmless  XYZ College from any loss or claim that is the result of Agent’s failure to abide by these laws or standards.
  • The agent is responsible for being fully knowledgeable about, and compliant with, all applicable laws, regulations, policies, procedures, customs, and cultural attributes of the country or countries in which the Agent operates under this
  • Agent must have a valid business license and must maintain one to be granted a contract of representation with  XYZ College
6. Statement of Refund Policy:

XYZ College Ltd. applies student tuition refund policies (as mentioned on the website) established in applicable provincial and federal government regulations, which are subject to change.

7. Expenses:

All expenses incurred by Agent in connection with the activities of Agent under this Agreement are the sole responsibility of Agent unless approved in writing in advance by the management of  XYZ College Ltd.

8. Non-Exclusivity:

XYZ College Ltd. retains its right to engage more than one Agent to provide services to prospective students in the same geographic area.

9. Term:

This Agreement shall be in effect when signed by and delivered to both parties. The duration shall be for a term of one (1) year from the date the Agreement was signed. The  Agreement may be extended by the mutual, written agreement of both parties. Otherwise, the Agreement shall expire on the anniversary of the effective date.

10. Termination of  Contract:
  • Either party may terminate this Agreement by providing thirty (30) days advance written notice to the other party of their intention to terminate this Agreement;
  • Agent shall receive the appropriate compensation as provided in this Agreement for any prospective student referred by Agent who has filed a completed application, paid a deposit under this Agreement on or before the termination date if that student thereafter attends the classes;
  • Following termination, Agent shall not print or distribute advertising materials promoting  XYZ College
11. Due  Care and Ethical Practice:
  • Agent shall conduct themselves with due care and reflect high ethical practice and  Agents that, in the opinion of  XYZ College Ltd.., have acted contrary to ethical business practice including, but not limited to, the Code of Ethics (attached) or contrary to any accreditation or regulatory requirements under Canadian law may, in  XYZ College Ltd.’s absolute discretion, be subject to the immediate termination of this Agreement.
  • Agent agrees to save, protect, hold harmless and indemnify  XYZ College for any loss, damages, or adverse impact that results from any failure of the Agent to abide by the code of ethics, failure to act with due care, including any failure of Agent to abide by the applicable Canadian consumer protection, accreditation or regulatory requirements.
12. Notices:

Any notice or other communication under this Agreement shall be considered effective if it is in writing and is either delivered in person or properly sent by fax, e-mail, courier service, or registered mail to the respective parties at the address provided herein unless notice of a different address has been previously given. Agent and  XYZ College Ltd. shall immediately apprise the other of any changes in address.

13. Assignment and Delegation by Agent:

None of the rights, privileges, or obligations of Agent may be assigned or transferred at any time without the prior written consent of  XYZ College Ltd. Agent may delegate the performance of specific duties, but Agent shall remain fully responsible for the full performance of this Agreement.

14. Interpretation of Agreement:

This Agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of British Columbia, Canada.

15. The Agent is not an Employee:

For greater certainty, Agent is not an employee or representative of  XYZ College Ltd. and has no authority to bind or assume any responsibility, liability, debt, or obligation, whatsoever, on the behalf of  XYZ College Ltd.

16. Entire Agreement:

This Agreement, including the attached Code of Ethics, constitutes the entire understanding of the parties with respect to the subject matter and supersedes all other prior or contemporaneous, written or oral, promises and recruitments of any kind.

17. Compensation for Agents:

Agent agrees that no fees shall be charged to any student in relation to this agreement and/or attendance at any  XYZ College Ltd. school, except as agreed to in writing by  XYZ College Ltd. The sole and exclusive obligation of Responsible Unit For Agent. to pay Agent as follows:

  • After students have completed and signed a student Enrollment Agreement and completed payment of required Registration/Application fee and have met all necessary admissions requirements to receive Acceptance, Agent shall be notified by  XYZ College of successful enrollment, but no fees shall be paid to the Agent at this time.
  • In the event that a student does not start studies at  XYZ College or withdraws/is withdrawn from the program prior to starting the school, the Agent shall not be eligible for any fee/commission.
  • In the event, a student withdraws or is dismissed from the program after starting the program and within the first 30 calendar days of the program start date, the Agent shall not be eligible for any
  • In the event, a student withdraws or is dismissed from the program after starting the program and staying in the program for a minimum of 30 calendar days and where the institution is required by legislation to provide a refund to the student, and where  XYZ College has paid Agent referral fee, Agent shall reimburse  XYZ College Ltd. for the fees paid to Agent for the student in question, less the amount of tuition fees not refunded to the student by  XYZ College Ltd. (see Student Enrollment Agreement-Tuition Refund Policy).
  • All referral fees are payable in Canadian dollars
  • In the case whereby a student enrolled by Agent fails to successfully complete a program of study in which Agent enrolled the student. Therefore must repeat a program of study, no additional fee may be collected or is payable by  XYZ College or Responsible Unit For Agent.to Agent for the repeated program(s) of study.
ACCEPTED AND AGREED:

Signed on behalf of Agent:

Name:

Signature:

Title:

Date:

Signed on behalf of 1st Party.:

Name: Manpreet Singh

Signature:

Title: Marketing Manager

Date:

Note: Code of Ethics for Agents attached and forms part of this Agreement.

Code of Ethics for Agent Agreement

Agents agree to conduct themselves respecting the highest level of professionalism, competence, integrity, and ethical business conduct and adhere to the points below:

  • Agents must have a valid business. Additionally,  Agent has to have properly registered and licensed with civic, provincial, and federal authorities, where applicable. If the Agent fails to abide by this policy, then the contract shall be subject to termination.
  • To exercise truth, accuracy, and integrity in all aspects of the promotion of  XYZ College, to act in accordance with ethical industry and business practices, including respecting the applicable consumer protection, human rights, nondiscrimination, immigration, privacy, and related government legislation and regulations.
  • To accurately and honestly represent  XYZ College and its program offerings.
  • To maintain liability
  • To be familiar with, and respect applicable government and accreditation regulations, including the prohibition of representing that the successful completion of a program guarantees employment or that admission, guarantees government student financial
  • To keep confidential to  XYZ College during, as well as after, the termination of this agreement, all  XYZ College Ltd. marketing, enrollment, recruitment and related materials, business information, strategies, data, student lists, or any proprietary information or other information disclosed on the understanding that the material keeps confidential. Under no circumstance disclose any information, including but not limited, as set out above, acquired during the term of this agreement with  XYZ College Ltd. to any other person or party without the express permission of  XYZ College Ltd.
  • To respect  XYZ College’s copyright and trademark rights.
  • Tobe of good character and reputation and to conduct themselves in a manner that shall not adversely impact, directly or indirectly, the reputation of  XYZ College
  • That greater certainty, Agent is not an employee, agent, or representative of  XYZ College and has no authority to bind or assume any responsibility, liability, debt, or obligation on the behalf of  XYZ College Ltd.
  • To not engage in any practice of providing unapproved incentives or of any kind to potential students to attend  XYZ College without the consent of  XYZ College Ltd., including but not limited to, discounting of school tuition, through referral fees, or trade of goods or services unrelated to supporting the student’s educational needs.
  • To abide by all relevant accreditation, registration requirements including an acknowledgment that this agreement may be reviewed by authorized accreditation and/or regulatory

Failure to adhere to the code of conduct shall result in the immediate termination of all agreements between  XYZ College Ltd. and Agent, also may result in unpaid commissions being retained by  XYZ College Ltd.