It might seem frightening and frustrating to make a persuasive speech in college in front of the audience, but if you have the assignment, you have to do it and you can’t run from it. Don’t panic – just read this article and learn what makes good persuasive speech topics for college.

First of all you need to understand that persuasive speeches in college take more time and effort. There are more requirements that you need to meet and there are more topics to choose from. College-level topics have to be serious and relevant to the subject. However there is no need to panic – you can easily find a good topic for your persuasive speech if you know some basic rules.

In the beginning of your research for the speech, you need to understand that the topic plays a very important role in the whole process of preparation and makes your grade. You need to find something that you are interested in and that you care about.  This will help you to work with enthusiasm and even enjoy your assignment.

In order to give a good persuasive speech, you need to be confident and able to defend your opinion. Persuasive speech topic doesn’t have to be controversial, but it has to include few different opinions, in other case there would be nothing to persuade about. Make sure you can give different ideas and illustrate each opinion with bright examples, so that in the end you can show that your opinion is the best. Remember, that in college you can’t build your speech around your feelings and personal ideas – you have to prove everything with factual data, such as statistics, some graphs and charts, taken from a relevant source.

Make sure your topic will be provided with enough relevant sources of information. Sometimes topics that we make up are not specific or too narrow and it can be impossible to find information. It is also a good idea to make a list of different topics that you found or that you thought of. Then it will be easier to choose from that list. You can just google each topic and see if you have enough information to work on.

Once you made your final list of 3 to 5 topics, you need to consult with your professors. They can give you the best advice and help you to pick the best topic. Don’t ignore their tips; maybe they can even help you with sources of information as well.

If you need more information on persuasive topics, read this article.

More tips on speech ideas you can find here.

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