Maya Angelou Outline - Stephanie R. Nazario Professor...

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Stephanie R. NazarioProfessor Arnold Wood, Jr.SPC 2608October 13, 2015Speech OutlineMaya AngelouIntroductionAttention Getter:“Now you understand, just why my head's not bowed. Idon't shout or jump about or have to talk real loud. When you seeme passing, it ought to make you proud. I say, it’s in the click of myheels, the bend of my hair, the palm of my hand, the need of mycare, cause I'm a woman phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, that’sme. One of the most inspirational lines from Maya Angelou’s poem“Phenomenal woman.” Maya Angelou inspired many people by herlife, wisdom and words. She didn’t let her childhood troubles or lifedeter her from becoming successful and become an inspiration tobillions of people.CredibilitySince I was younger, I’ve always been fascinated withpoetry. I came across Maya Angelou’s poetry when I was only ten-years old. While researching Maya Angelou’s life, I realized that wehad a lot in common. I had a troubled childhood just like she did.

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