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Outline for an Informative Speech I. Introduction A. Establish rapport with listeners B. Gain listener's attention II. Central Idea (State central idea. Give brief preview of what is to come.) III. Body A. Main Idea #1 1. Supporting Material 2. Supporting Material B. Main Idea #2 1. Supporting Material 2. Supporting Material a. More supporting material b. More supporting material C. Main Idea #3 1. Supporting Material 2. Supporting Material (You may have 3-5 main ideas. The amount of supporting material you have under each main idea is up to you)
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Unformatted text preview: IV. Conclusion A. Brief summary of speech body B. Final exit line (Leaves the audience with something to think about.) The Bibliography should be on a separate page. You may follow any accepted style as long as you are consistent. (APA, MLA, etc.) The outline should follow the above format. Write out the sections in bold exactly as they appear above. Write out the other sections filling in your own ideas and information. You may use key words and phrases to fill in your ideas....
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course COM 3110 taught by Professor Any during the Fall '08 term at FIU.

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