Sample Speech - 1 Subordinate point a Support Sample Speech Outline b Support 2 Subordinate point a Support b Support Transition III Conclusion A

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Sample Speech Outline Sample Outline for a Talk Be sure to put your name on your outline! Include your speech title here Purpose: (why are you giving this talk?) Thesis: (what is your major argument?) I. Introduction: A. Greeting B. Attention getter C. Credibility statement D. Thesis statement E. Preview of main points Transition II. Body A. Main point #1 1. Subordinate point (e.g., “According to …”) a. Support (e.g., example, statistic, visual, testimonial) b. Support 2. Subordinate point a. Support b. Support Transition/Signpost B. Main point #2 1. Subordinate point a. Support b. Support 2. Subordinate point a. Support b. Support Internal Summary C. Main point #3
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Subordinate point a. Support Sample Speech Outline b. Support 2. Subordinate point a. Support b. Support Transition III. Conclusion A. Signal closing B. Restate thesis C. Review main points 1. Main point #1 2. Main point #2 3. Main point #3 D. Memorable statement or call to action E. Thank audience for listening Bibliography Be sure to include not-print expert sources (e.g., those experts you have interviewed or heard on a broadcast.) Use a standard format such as APA, MLA, or Turabrian. (URLs are not sufficient.) Go to the APA Style Wizard for assistance at http://www.stylewizard.com/ndex.html...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ENG 3000 taught by Professor Fgh during the Spring '11 term at Prince George's Community College, Largo.

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Sample Speech - 1 Subordinate point a Support Sample Speech Outline b Support 2 Subordinate point a Support b Support Transition III Conclusion A

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