FormalSentenceOutlineFormat

FormalSentenceOutlineFormat - GUIDE TO FORMAL OUTLINING I....

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I. The outline should be in sentence form. A. That means that each section of the outline must be a complete sentence B. Each part may only have one sentence in it. II. Each Roman numeral should be a main section of the speech. A. Capital letters are main points of the thesis. 1. Numbers are sub-points under the capital letters. 2. Little letters are sub-points under the numbers. B. Sub-points need to correspond with the idea it is under. 1. This means that capital letters refer to the idea in roman numerals. 2. This means that numbers refer to the idea in the capital letter. III. All sub-points should be indented the same. A. This means that all of the capital letters are indented the same. B. All numbers are indented the same. IV. No sub-point stands alone. A. Every A must have a B. B. Every 1 must have a 2. C. You don’t need to have a C or a 3, but you can. D. There are no exceptions to this rule. Your speech outline should look something like the one in the sample. Your outline will also include the full sentence details of your speech, including source citations. The number of sub-points will differ in each speech and for each main idea.
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH com 150 taught by Professor Tere during the Summer '11 term at A.T. Still University.

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