A 4-5 minute informative, process speech which must include the
One (1) documented source (books, magazines, newspaper articles, WWW pages, etc.) Recipes, backs of boxes and personal experience do not count as a documented source. Your source MUST be listed under the Supporting Materials section of your outline. Remember to cite your source within your speech too. ("According to Fred Fern, the author of The Big Book of Ferns, Boston ferns can grow to be as big as an elephant.")
You must also have a visual aid. This MUST be listed under the Supporting Materials section of your outline.
You MUST also have an attention getting deviceand a preview in your introduction plus a summary and concluding device in your conclusion. These also must be indicated on your outline.
This first outline may be a phrase outline. (All the rest will be full sentence, full content outlines.) Be sure to include EVERYTHING YOU PLAN TO SAY in your speech in your outline. Your outlines should be very detailed. It must be TYPED and you must also include copies of the titles pages of all of your sources.
Remember that you may also use six 4" x 6" notecards for your speaking outline. Your speaking outline should only contain your main ideas and any quotes or statistics you plan to use.
If these elements are not on your outline, you will lose points on your speech grade.
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