Speaking Outline- Effects of Complex Education on Teaching and Learning

SPEECH OUTLINE-EFFECTS OF COMPLEX EDUCATION 3

SpeakingOutline- Effects of Complex Education on Teaching and Learning

SpeakingOutline-The Effects of Complex Education on Teaching and Learning

Topic:Research Study Seeking to find out the Effects of Complex Educationon Teaching and Learning

SpecificPurpose:To inform the audience about the need to research on the kindlanguage used in learning institutions, and the effects of usingcomplex language on the teaching and learning processes

Hypothesis:Anidea, thought or feeling is more effectively and easily expressedusing simple and clear language as opposed to using complex language

  1. Attention getter

  • The subject of complex language could be termed as controversial to some extent.

  • Who determines the complexity or simplicity of language? To an accountant, medical language is complex while to a doctor, medical language is the simplest and most basic language to use. This is a clear indication that the complexity and simplicity of language is not a straightforward matter.

  1. What is language?

  • Language is a personal, open, energetic, dynamic and constantly evolving concept that presents the rich complexities of communication.

  • It should not be described as a code of communication that involves the act of putting words together.

  • Simple language refers to the use of straightforward and common words that the reader readily understands, complex language is the use of words that are less common to the reader.

  1. Thesis statement

  • An idea, thought or feeling is more effectively and easily expressed using simple and clear language as opposed to using complex language

  1. The research study

  1. Importance of the study

  • Education is a fundamental necessity of any individual, community, and country. For this reason, it is important to take measures that ensure high-quality education is offered to students.

  • Carrying out this research will help establish the current situation and thereafter make recommendations to make the necessary improvements.

  1. Procedure of the study

  • The study involves face to face interviews using pre-structured questionnaires administered few days prior to the interview.

  • Different participants who are also stakeholders in the education sector will take part in the process.

  • They include learners and their educators, curriculum developers representing the government, the general public who include parents, guardians, civil servants, businessmen and other lay members, and finally the corporate executives who act as future employers of the learners.

  • Face to face interviews using pre-structured questionnaires will improve the rate of response that cannot be achieved by relying on responses made through email.

  1. Findings/ results of the study

  • Responses from the interviews will be compiled as either negative or positive effects

  • Depending on the weight of the responses, appropriate conclusions and recommendations will be made.

  1. Discussion

  • The findings/ results are instrumental in transforming the educational sector of the country

  • Findings and recommendations shall be presented to stakeholders particularly the policy makers at lower and high levels

  • If the effects of using complex language are found to be positive, adjustments will be made to incorporate it in the curriculum and in classrooms

  • If the effects are negative, attempts shall be made to avoid its use at lower levels and only make use of it as a professional jargon in institutions of higher learning

  1. CONCLUSION

  1. Restate the project’s hypothesis

  • An idea, thought or feeling is more effectively and easily expressed using simple and clear language as opposed to using complex language

  1. Closure

  • Education is responsible for shaping the future of all individuals, therefore, attempts should be made to ensure conducive teaching and learning environment

  • Open for parties needing clarification on issues discussed