CRS325 Outline Template (2)

CRS325 Outline - Transition Statement B Main Point Two 1 Subordinate Point a Support b Support 2 Subordinate Point a Support b Support Transition

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CRS 325 Presentational Speaking Outline Template Student Name:____________________________________ Title of Speech Purpose: Why are you giving this speech? Thesis: In one sentence, explain the essence of your speech. I. Introduction A. Greeting B. Attention getter C. Credibility Statement D. Thesis Statement E. Preview of the main points Transition Statement II. Body A. Main Point One 1. Subordinate Point (i.e.; “According to…”) a. Support (i.e.; example, statistic, visual, testimonial) b. Support 2. Subordinate Point a. Support b. Support
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Unformatted text preview: Transition Statement B. Main Point Two 1. Subordinate Point a. Support b. Support 2. Subordinate Point a. Support b. Support Transition Statement C. Main Point Three 1. Subordinate Point a. Support b. Support 2. Subordinate Point a. Support b. Support Transition Statement III. Conclusion A. Signal Closing B. Restate Thesis C. Review Main Points 1. Main Point 1 2. Main Point 2 3. Main Point 3 D. Memorable Statement or Call to Action Bibliography (cite all of your sources in either MLA or APA format)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course CRS 325 taught by Professor Richards during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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CRS325 Outline - Transition Statement B Main Point Two 1 Subordinate Point a Support b Support 2 Subordinate Point a Support b Support Transition

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