Ompare and Contrast Speech Presentation: Echinococcosis vs. Clonorchiasis

This is a seven-minute informative and argumentative comparison and contrast speech presentation using a point-by-point approach (format). In point by point format, one point at a time is analyzed. Each paragraph (or point) discusses both subjects in relation to the same point. The topic is a comparison and contrast on the two parasites, Echinococcosis vs. Clonorchiasis.
Also to include in the speech presentation:
___1. Catchy, descriptive TITLE mentions subjects in the speech.
___2. Each page numbered, double spaced, left-margin aligned.
___3. THESIS STATEMENT (underlined in first paragraph) mentions the main pointsa in correct ordera discussed in the paper.
___4. TOPIC SENTENCES in each supporting paragraph refer directly toa and develop the main points mentioned ina the thesis statement.
___5. SUPPORTING PARAGRAPHS are unified, coherent, fully developed, and contain specific evidencea quotations, descriptions of episodes, scenes, passagesa to support each point.
___6. CONCLUSION summarizes thesis statement and draws larger implications from your analysis.
___7. SOURCES used other than are listed on a separate a?Works Citeda? page attached to the end of the speech.
___8. Most VERBS are in the ACTIVE (rather than passive) VOICE; NOUNS are specific and vivid, rather than vague and generic. Weak a?to bea? verbs and clauses that begin with a?it isa? & a?there isa? forms have been revised.
___9. The PRESENT TENSE is used consistently, except where logic requires the past, future, etc. No needless SHIFTS in TENSE or POINT of VIEW (POV).
___10. Each SENTENCE is clear, coherent and varied in length from the others, without wordiness, redundancy, needless repetition, and faulty parallelism, modifiers, or reference.