Speech Outline Template
(This is a guide your outline will be more than one page. Every main point,
supporting point, and transition will be in complete sentences.)
Specific Purpose: To inform or persuade
Central Idea: (must be a complete sentence!)
Speaking Outline Speak Clearly!
Namaste. Know? India greeting.
Two meanings. Indias diversity.
Today, Indias diversity geography, languages.
(Lets start with geography.)
Midterm Review Questions
Chapters 1-10, not 3
Which of the following strategies is least
likely to help you deal with nervousness in
concentrating on your stage fright
working especially har
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how to make a fruit bouquet.
Central Idea: I am here today to show you how to make a creative yet inexpensive edible gift that
is simple to make but looks like yo
The midterm will cover material discussed in class and from the textbook. The test consists of multiple
choice, fill in the blank, listing, and some critical thinking and application. You will need to bring a
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Today I will be paying tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou who recently passed May 28 2014. Before I
start I would like to open with one of her famous quotes that describes the Phenomenal Woman
she was and still is.
"One isn't necessarily born with courage, but o
Did you know one of every two basketball shoes sold in the U.S. last year carried the Jordan
brand. The Air Jordan franchise has become very popular over the past three decades and
continues to grow. Today I will be informing you on the history and popula
Persuasion is the process of creating, reinforcing, or changing people's beliefs or actions. When you speak to persuade, you act as an advocate. Your job to sell a program, to defend an idea, to refute an opponent, or to inspire to action. The ability to
This can be an informative or persuasive speech or it can involve speaking in groups, as described in Chapter 18. Decide on the type of speech you want to prepare and deliver. These are your time restrictions: Minimum time is 4 minutes Maximum time is 8 m
Introduction This lesson will prepare speeches for a special occassions such as commemorative events, award ceremonies, inaugarals, retirement ceremonies, weddings, etc. You will also learn about effective speaking in small groups. A small group setting i
Introduction In general, speeches are intended to inform or to persuade. In this lesson, you will learn the guidelines for informative speaking and methods of persuasive speaking. You will also prepare and deliver an informative speech. Lesson Objectives
Introduction The words you choose to use in speeches, and even in everyday interactions with others, affect how the listener relates to you and what you are saying. This lesson will help you adapt your wording to the situation in order to achieve desired