Hi, Jean. Tutors cannot make a speech for you, but we can help you develop your own speech. Public speaking is all about sharing your voice and your message. Start by relaxing. Forget that this is for a speech assignment. Your best friend is hanging out with you and moans, "Man, I want to be an artist, but this computer graphics course is too hard. I can paint, but this digital stuff just doesn't come naturally for me. I think I should change my major to history." How will you respond?
On another day, a younger friend is trying to decide whether to go to a private college or a big public school like yours. What thoughts come into your head?
You and your artist friend are in your fifth semester of college. Your younger friend is a freshman and is trying to decide whether to major in business, like you, or art. You and your artist friend argue about whether learning in a business program, with its large lecture-style classes, is better than in an art program, which includes many small, studio-based and hands-on courses. What does each of you say about your experiences?
If you use this comfortable approach to brainstorming ideas related to each of the topics, you are well on your way. Write down whatever comes to mind. Then go back and organize the thoughts/notes into a logical conversation. Practice talking through the topic with a friend or relative acting as your intended audience. Let them ask questions and add their perspectives in the conversation. Take more notes. Reorganize. Have the "conversation" again.
This process will help you develop a structure and content. With the help of a tutor, you can polish your message to have a powerful impact that is all yours!
Michael ~ https://www.wyzant.com/Tutors/MDWordGuy