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I want to write outline include :
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Hook Start speech with
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? Introduction
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o Introduce the topic
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o Why did you chose your topic?
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o Brief summary of your
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speech
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Thesis statement. You want to have a clear declarative statement that states your topic
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area and then PREVIEWS the 2-4 supporting areas of analysis. Pretty much, it will
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sound like this: “The topic of _________ is of extreme importance to our lives, in order
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to better understand _________, it is necessary to look at #1) _____, #2) ______, and #3)
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______.”
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? Body
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o Paragraph 1
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? Explain your first example—lots of detail
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o Paragraph 2
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? Explain your second example—lots of detail
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o Paragraph 3
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? Explain your third example—lots of detail
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o If you have more examples—keep going!
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? Conclusion
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As a side note, remember that you can have 2 or 4 points in your informative
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speech—you can add to or remove any of the earlier points if you see fit.
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A. Restate/review your main points. This should sound very similar to your
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thesis/preview statement that you had as the last point in your introduction. It should
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sound something like, “We have gone over the topic of ________ by looking at: #1)
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_____, #2) _____, and #3) _____.” You should also have a couple of sentences that
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“bring it home,” discussing what the audience learned, the implications of your topic, or
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any other concluding observations.
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B. End with a BANG! You want to end on a powerful final note, instead of just saying
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something like “thank you for your time.” You could do this stylistically with a dramatic
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crescendo or a diminutive final statement (as noted in the lecture video). If you started
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with a story, you could “bookend” the speech by pulling it back to the story. You could
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also end with a final quotation. This is the final thought that you leave with the
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audience—you want to end in the most powerful way you can.
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Note: For this assignment you are
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REQUIRED to find at least four (4) outside sources. You are also required to have at
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least two quotations in your speech. I have 3 sources Can you add one or two outside sources

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