3 Visual Speech Topics in Perspective Details

Visual speech topics like real-life storytelling, about watching a 3D Blu Ray film online in a Burke Rhetoric setting, and perceptible technologies are nice to present for larger audiences in order to uplift informational understanding and requiring easy pro con insight. 

  1. Video advocacy:
    1. A short YouTube movie in which human rights activists like Amnesty International plea for bettering a certain situation.
    2. Witnesses load up photos and video feeds of their anxious moments after a huge disaster like a hurricane destroyed their home.

  2. Mobile devices, examples:
    1. A famous photographer makes every day a picture of a group of pigs in Germany an add them on his sharing page till the animals go to the slaughterhouse. So you could follow the story of those creatures from the farm to the meat factory on social media.
    2. Journalists use their mobile smartphones when reporting in war zones in the Middle East. Fast and newsy broadcast possibilities in a new era.

  3. Facebook photo tagging are other great visual speech topics to explain in detail; the effects and impact of:
    1. E.g. A cross-media festival. The real-time uploaded pictures and other data of attendees.
    2. E.g. Tell the story of for example an air balloon festival from the depart to the (safe of course) landing in the field.
  1. Some ophthalmologists claim that watching for more than an hour and an half could be harmful for some groups at risk, like children.

  2. Persons who operate a movie projector are redundant because computers now rule in the operating room behind the white screen.

  3. The human eye is perchance not able to ingest, digest and interpretate of fast three-dimensional movements and specific localizations in a split second as we use to do.

  4. The prices of tickets for seeing a 3D and S3D (stereoscopic) film are more expensive.
My Tips:
I always like to hold on to something when outlining. For your visual speech topics the guiding anchor could be found in the Five Burke Rhetoric Elements of Dramatism of language expert Kenneth Burke. Your main points - or even mime signing and the adventitious research - could be based on these factors:
  • The SCENE of the action or event;

  • The ACTION itself;

  • THE AGENT - the key players (persons or visual speech topics aid objects);

  • The AGENCY - the methods and means used;

  • The PURPOSE - the why.

  1. (Attention) Most students are highly visual programmaed due to television, websites, video, and images all around us on the globe. But in 80 percent of all education forms only books are used.

  2. (Need) Often students think of books they are boring and not dynamic at all. They learn but without any enthusiasm. And educators and lecturers take the risk that their graduates miss important balanced for and against material and not go the extra mile for it.

  3. (Solution) Visual literacy methods of learning should be mixed in the courses at high school and colleges.

  4. (Visualization) And if we do this than professors get their students more concentrated, involved and shown more initiative in learning by doing.

  5. (Action) Start with a few more vivid performance-rich content in homework and spoken lectures and things will become general practice in the end.