Directions Think about a special occasion speech that you would like to present on a topic of your choice.The speech can be for any context and any length, but the purpose must be to commemorate an occasion. See the list of example occasions for inspiration.Download and answer each question in the Unit 1 Touchstone Template based on the speech you are thinking of. Consider your audience, purpose, and thesis. Answer each of the questions related to audience, purpose, and thesis. Answer in detail, using complete sentences.Review the rubric to ensure that you understand how you will be evaluated. Contact a Sophia learning coach with any questions.Review the checklist and requirements to ensure that your Touchstone is complete. Support Videos If needed.https://vimeo.com/226487034/fdcac82e1dhttps://vimeo.com/226487384/14fe52b7e6Example Speech Occasions PersonalSpeech at a graduation Toast at a wedding or other partyEulogy at a funeralAcademic Presenting an award for academic work (paper, research, report) Accepting an award for original creative work CommunitySpeech at a community gathering (PTA meeting, boy/girl scout convention, town hall, homeowner’s association, athletic league, school board meeting, etc.) BusinessCelebrating staff at a company retreatSharing a professional milestoneSubmission checklist _ I have completed all aspects of the template. _ I have answered each question using complete sentences. _ My answers demonstrate thoughtful consideration of each question. _ I have adhered to all of the length and formatting requirements. _ I have read through the rubric and I understand how my Touchstone will be evaluated. Requirements Answer each question with 1 to 3 complete sentences Your responses should be 300 to 500 words in total All writing must be appropriate for an academic context Follow academic writing conventions (correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting) Composition must be original and written for this assignment; plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited Use a readable 12-point font, double-spaced with 1-inch margins Submission should include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition Submit a single file only, including the answers to all questionsAcceptable file formats include .doc and .docx.