SpeechOutline

SpeechOutline - OUTLINE FORMAT Introduction: Write this out...

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OUTLINE FORMAT Introduction : Write this out completely in paragraph form. Use labels and notations I) Attention Catcher : Begin with a personal reference to the audience, reference to the occasion, direct reference to the subject, quotation, a story (real or hypothetical, serious or humorous), startling statement, challenge the audience (use rhetorical questions). II) Listener Relevance Link : 2-3 sentences linking the topic to the audience. Informative speaking: capture their interest; engage the audience in the topic. Persuasive speaking: show how the topic affects them and why they should listen III) Speaker credibility : 2-3 sentences offering evidence of your knowledge, expertise, and/or experience; let them know of your interest in the topic and the subsequent research you’ve done IV) Thesis Statement : one complete sentence that tells your audience the topic of your speech. Persuasive speaking: also state your position on the topic V) Preview : specifically name the main points of the body of your speech. Transition Statement
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course COMM 105 taught by Professor Bruce during the Spring '08 term at SCAD.

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SpeechOutline - OUTLINE FORMAT Introduction: Write this out...

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