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Outlining - Putting it all Together: Outlining Your Speech...

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Putting it all Together: Outlining Your Speech
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Content Outline Formal record of your major ideas and their relationship to one another Written in full sentences with a heading, indentation, coordination, and subordination Software programs have formatting features or style tools that automatically format outlines Outlining.doc Outlining.doc
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Rough draft outline – preliminary outline that’s not yet formatted formally Script – actual text of the speech; includes every word you say Speaking notes – key words and phrases you use when you speak * Other Outlines
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Begin with a Heading Topic: The Five Stages of Culture Shock General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the five stages of the psychological phenomenon known as culture shock and to demonstrate these stages with real-life examples Central Idea: Culture shock is a real psychological process that typically progresses through five stages: honeymoon, disintegration, reintegration, autonomy, and interdependence.
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I. Major point
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