Second, make sure your thesis statement is specific so that you can avoid broad, "generic" speeches. The college sports thesis statements in the previous paragraph are probably too broad. Remember, you only have four to five minutes to give your informative speech. How are you going to fit in all the different sports in that time and if you do, won’t the speech gloss over many important specific bits of information? I think so. I’d suggest narrowing the college sports thesis to maybe, volleyball, football, or swimming. Or you might narrow down the point you are making. For example, have a thesis that says, "How college sports affects student players’ grades." When you do research for your topic, you’ll probably see a need to refine your thesis even more. You may even find you want to alter your thesis slightly or even completely. Do it with the goal of having a specific thesis statement.
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