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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/8/10 Chapter 11 : Outlining 22 February, 2010
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9/8/10 Why do we outline? Keep track of your points Audience will better understand the message Clearly demonstrate your thesis and your main  points; see the relationship between them Mark of preparedness
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9/8/10 Conventional Outline Format See your Public Speaking Materials and  Resources, pp. 14-17. Consistent use of symbols Indenting to show logical relationships Two or more points per part (no A without a B;  no 1 without a 2) One point per symbol
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9/8/10 Follow a consistent set of symbols. I. Main point A. First level of subordination 1. Second level of subordination a. Third level of subordination 1) Fourth level of subordination a) Fifth level of subordination
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More about Outlining Use a full sentence outline. Main points should forecast subpoints
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