Prepare a complete sentence, formal outline for your Informative speech. It must be typed.
Look at the sample outline for an example of how your outline should look. Your outline should contain the following:
1. Outline the Introduction, Body, and Conclusion separately.
2. Make sure your outline has all the sections mentioned below. See the sample outline to see how the outline should look.
3. At the top of the outline, give: –Your name –Specific purpose –Thesis
4. The Introduction should have three Roman numerals, one for each part in the Introduction. (Attention statement, credibility statement, and preview of main points)
I. Get attention II. Establish your credibility on the topic — tell what research and experience you have with the topic III.Preview your main points and thesis statement — Tell audience what each of your main points will cover
Each point should be written in complete sentences.
5. The Body should have two to five Roman numerals, one for each main point, with subpoints. Each main point should have at least two subpoints. Each subpoint should have at least two sub-subpoints. Each main point, subpoint, and sub-subpoint should be in complete sentences. At the end of each main point, you should include a transition sentence to connect to the next main point. (For a biographical speech, we usually use chronological format to cover the person’s childhood, education, career, and what they are doing now or when they died.)
6. The Conclusion should have two Roman numerals: I. Summarize your main points — repeat your main points. II. End with a strong closing statement. Each of these should be in a complete sentence.
7. At the end of your outline, you should put a complete Bibliography of the sources used in the speech.
8. Three resources are required from online database articles found on the library’s collection such as EBSCOhost and Newsbank.