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Informative Speech Outline COM-210 Topic: Language and Deception Speech Design: Categorical Specific Purpose: Inform the audience the description of the involuntary body language works with language to display deception. Thesis Statement: The audience will learn Deception v. Nervousness (Clusters) with Verbal v. Nonverbal ques, Body Language ques of Deception, and then the 7 Major Micro Expressions. 1) Introduction a) Attention Getter: Ask Audience Members how often they think the people around them lie on a day to day basis b) Thesis: Today, I will describe to you the ways you can see past deceptions and to find out someone’s true intentions. To elaborate, you will learn…. (Thesis Statement). c) Transition: You must understand this key factor however if you ever want to distinguish someone lying from someone who is nervous. Clusters. *Define Clusters* 2) Main Body a) Verbal v. Nonverbal Communication i) Speech Patterns (1) Lack of Proper Emotion (2) Avoidance to Questions ii) Convincing v. Conveying
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