SAMPLE INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE

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INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE WARNING: BY THE VERY NATURE OF THE WEB, I GUARANTEE THAT THE MARGINS OF THIS OUTLINE WILL BECOME TWISTED, SKEWED, RE-ARRANGED, ETC. . I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING TO ENSURE THE MARGINS' PLACEMENT BE ALIGNED. ..BUT ALAS, THE WEB-BEAST WINS! SO -- IF IT IS OUT OF WACK WITH MARGINS, THERE'S NOTHING I KNOW OF THAT I CAN DO. ..OH WELL! PRINTED WITH EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR: Erin Solomon Title: Candlemaking Specific purpose: To inform my audience on how to make candles. I. Introduction A. Attention Material : What comes to mind when you see candles? We associate candles with celebrations (like Christmas or birthdays) or special occasions. Candles date back to the Ancient Egyptians who are credited with making the first candles. They used torches made by soaking the spongy core of reeds in melted tallow (National Candle Association: History of Candlemaking, p. 1). B. Tie to the audience : I’m sure that all of us at some point have used candles for celebrations, romantic experiences, or for just plain decoration. The great part about making your own candles is that they are inexpensive to make and you shape the wax into something special. What could be more special than to make someone you love a homemade gift? C. Credibility material : Two years ago, I made candles for decoration and also for people to purchase during a medieval Madrigal dinner production that our A Cappella choir put on. I have also made candles since then as a part of my church youth group around the Christmas season. D. Preview: I will explain three basic things which include how to go about finding the right materials, how to melt the wax, and how to make a molded ice-cube candle. [Transition: Let’s start by doing the most important thing, which is to find all of the
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course SPC 2002 taught by Professor Phillips,s during the Summer '08 term at Broward College.

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