2011 Outlining Your Speech Student Version

2011 Outlining Your Speech Student Version - Body II. BODY...

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Outlining Your Speech
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Why Do I Need an Outline? 1. Keeps you __________ 2. Keeps you on track 3. Ensures __________ 4. Helps with design/flow 5. Ensures __________
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Parts of the Outline 1. Introduction 2. Body & ________ 3. Conclusion 4. _____________
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Types of Outlines 1. Working (brainstorming) 2. __________Outline (full sentence) 3. __________ Outline (3 x 5 cards)
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Creating Effective Outlines 1. Use Roman numerals 2. Use _____________ 3. Use _______ sentences 4. Balance 5. Create _____________
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Introduction I. INTRODUCTION A. Attention Getter B. __________Statement C. Significance Statement (optional) D. __________(optional) E. __________Statement
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Unformatted text preview: Body II. BODY A. First Main Point 1. Sub point of A 2. Sub point of A i. Sub point of 1 ii. Sub point of 1 B. Repeat this Process SAMPLE Yosemite Waterfalls Mountains Glacier Point Half Dome Bridalveil Vernal Conclusion III. CONCLUSION A. ___________Statement B. Final Thought Transitions Can be _______ or _________ Insert anywhere Be _________ Show __________ Must connect two ideas l Now that we have discussed X, let us move onto the second point, Y. z Tips for Preparation to Presentation 1. Don ` t shrink down entire speech! 2. ______________ 3. Number 4. Make a ______________...
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