Epideictic Speech Outline

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Epideictic Speech Outline (Toast to Thursday) General Purpose: To deliver an epideictic speech. Specific Purpose: To deliver a toast to Thursday. Central Idea: Thursday is the best day of the week for most college students. Introduction Attention Getter: I. Here’s to Thursday for never letting me down. Yeah, I’m talking about you, Thursday. You win. You’re not Monday Tuesday Wednesday and you sure aren’t the weekend. I’m sick and tired of pretending that you’re not the new Friday. You’re the new Friday and Saturday and then some more. II. Reinforcement Statement: You’re that accomplishment after Hump Day, that glimmer of hope before finally tucking in your knees and rolling into the weekend, you’re the Mayfest to my Syracuse. You have me yelling “TGIT” and making plans to meet up with friends for drinks. You’re sneaky, Thursday. You’re unassuming, carefree and ultimately free of any and all obligations. III. Preview: First off, I think it is important to tell a little story about how I became so fond of Thursday. Next, I want to take a minute to explain how
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  • Spring '08
  • Richards
  • Week-day names, Thursday, A. Sub-point, B. Sub-Point, new friday

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