Conducting Research for Speech 2 (Informative Speech) Purpose: This assignment will help you to find material you can use to support your next speech. It will also give you practice in selecting and retrieving information from a variety of sources in online databases. Instructions: Download the Speech Research Form from Doc Sharing. Follow the directions on the form and submit the completed form by Sunday night. You need to collect information from at least five different database collections using the Park Online Library Databases (http://www.park.edu/library/databases.html) In addition, you need at least three different types of supporting materials as identified in Chapter 8 of the textbook: brief examples, extended examples, dictionary definition, expert definition, etymological definition, functional definition, expert testimony, lay testimony, statistics, narratives, literal analogies, or figurative analogies. The information you collect must: be relevant to your topic;be specific (only something you would quote, paraphrase, or summarize in your speech, not an entire article for example);be purposeful as a specific type of supporting material.