Feb1_Outlining

Feb1_Outlining - 1. Sub-sub point directly related to...

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SPCH 230: Outlining Lecture, 2/1/10 1 s Organizational and planning tool s Written plan that uses symbols, margins and content to reveal the order, importance and substance of your speech s ALL ITEMS OF INFORMATION IN YOUR OUTLINE SHOULD BE DIRECTLY RELATED TO YOUR SPECIFIC PURPOSE s Be an abstract of the message you will deliver s Consist of single units of information s Indicate the importance of an item with an outlining symbol s Provide margins that visually indicate the relative importance of items s Use parallel form, complete sentences, clauses or phrases (depending on outline form) I. Main point number one A. Sub-point directly related to main point I 1. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point A 2. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point A B. Sub-point directly related to main point I
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point B 2. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point B a. Information directly related to sub-sub point 2 b. Information directly related to sub-sub point 2 II. Main point number two I. Main point number one A. Sub-point directly related to main point I 1. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point A 2. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point A B. Sub-point directly related to main point I 1. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point B 2. Sub-sub point directly related to sub-point B a. Information directly related to sub-sub point 2 b. Information directly related to sub-sub point 2 II. Main point number two SPCH 230: Outlining Lecture, 2/1/10 2...
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