Explain how the topic impacts the audience and why they should listen to the speech

Speech Outline Format and Reference Guide TITLE OF SPEECH

Name:
Specific Purpose Statement: Thesis Statement: Organizational Pattern:

Introduction

I. Attention-Getting Device: Gain the attention of the audience

II. Purpose and Thesis: Inform the audience of the purpose of your speech and state your thesis

III. Credibility and Relational Connection: Explain why the audience should listen to you speak on the topic and discuss your personal connection with the audience

IV. Orientation Phase: Familiarize the audience with the topic and define terms if necessary

V. Impact of the Topic and Speech: Explain how the topic impacts the audience and why they should listen to the speech

VI. Enumerated preview: Outline your main points Transition: Lead audience from the introduction to the body

Body

I. First main point as stated in preview in a complete sentence
A. Supporting information for first main point in complete sentence

First detail of support for A in complete sentence
Second detail of support for A in complete sentence
B. Supportinginformationforthefirstmainpointincompletesentence

1. First detail of support for B in complete sentence

2. Second detail of support for B in complete sentence
C. Supportinginformationforthefirstmainpointincompletesentence

First detail for support for C in complete sentence
Second detail for support for C in complete sentence
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Transition: Lead audience from the first main point to the second main point

II. Second main point as stated in preview in a complete sentence
A. Supporting information for second main point in complete sentence

First detail of support for A in complete sentence
Second detail of support for A in complete sentence
B. Supportinginformationforsecondmainpointincompletesentence

First detail of support for B in complete sentence
Second detail of support for B in complete sentence
C. Supportinginformationforsecondmainpointincompletesentence

First detail of support for C in complete sentence
Second detail of support for C in complete sentence
Transition: Lead audience from the second main point to the third main point

III. Third main point as stated in preview in a complete sentence
A. Supporting information for third main point in complete sentence

First detail of support for A in complete sentence
Second detail of support for A in complete sentence
B. Supportinginformationforthirdmainpointincompletesentence

First detail of support for B in complete sentence
Second detail of support for B in complete sentence
C. Supportinginformationforthirdmainpointincompletesentence

First detail of support for C in complete sentence
Second detail of support for C in complete sentence
Transition: Lead audience from the body to the conclusion

Conclusion

I. Wrap-Up Signal: Signal the beginning of the conclusion II. Restatement of Thesis: Restate your thesis

III. Summary of Main Points: Provide the audience with a complete summary of your main points

IV. Audience Motivation: Encourage the audience to incorporate the material you have provided into their lives or to behave/think in a certain manner

V. Relational Reinforcement: Reinforce the relationship between the audience and the material and between the audience and yourself

VI. Clicher Statement: Include a memorable line or phrase that will enable you to end strongly and smoothly

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