Presentation on theme: " Preparation Outline—map out material › You do not submit a “prep outline”; but you should map out your material Speaking Outline—map out delivery."— Presentation transcript:
State your specific purpose Identify the central idea (include in your intro) Label each part of your Intro, Body, and Conclusion Use consistent pattern State main points/sub-points as short phrases/keywords/incomplete sentences Label your connectives (e.g. transitions) Include a reference list › List in the speech outline where you will cite sources
Use framework of fuller outline Keywords and very short phrases Direct quotes and stats Make sure its legible Can also include delivery cues
Research and Mapping (Org) You’ve selected a topic; start researching. As you research, map out the information that you have. What do you want to include? Do you have enough material? Organizing and Outlining You have your information, now you can finish up with your organization. What is the logical order? How will you fit that into your intro, body, and conclusion? Some people may focus on the body of the speech during the first step—focusing on the intro and conclusion at this stage. Put your “map” into your outline format. Practicing delivery (strategies, word choice) Practice your delivery. Are you using the correct words? Vocal variety? Eye contact?
9/25 – Practicing with Visual Aids 9/30 & 10/2 – Appropriate Language & Speech Delivery Read Chapters 12 & 13 Recap #2 – Tuesday (Chapters 7-11 and 15; Excluding 14) Speech Workshop #12 – Stuck on an Island Speeches (In Class – Thursday) 10/7 & 10/9 –Speech 2 (Informative Speeches) NOTE: Withdrawals after 10/6 result in automatic WF. Speech Workshop #13 – Critique Sheets (Tuesday or Thursday; depending on your speech day)
Speech workshop – Outlining Go back over your speech With your partner, write out an outline › Intro (all elements) ****Connective**** › Body MP 1 (citation) ****Connective**** MP2 (citation) ****Connective/Signal Close***** › Conclusion (all elements)