Get answer

CHOOSING A TOPIC- ORGANIZING AND OUTLINING- WORDING THE SPEECHSLP Assignment Expectations Prepare a detailed outline for the informative speech assigned for the Module 2 Case using the Speech Outline

CHOOSING A TOPIC, ORGANIZING AND OUTLINING, WORDING THE SPEECHSLP Assignment Expectations

Prepare a detailed outline for the informative speech assigned for the Module 2 Case using the Speech Outline template. Use the Background materials to help you with the content and form. A minimum of two references are required and must be included and credited within the outline and reference section.

When you have finished your outline, return to the Case Assignment page to complete your Case 2 assignment. When it is ready, upload your completed outline to the SLP 2 dropbox.

SPEECH TITLEby NAME

General Purpose: to inform, to persuade, or to entertainTarget audience:

Specific Purpose Statement: a statement of what you want your audience to do when you finish your speech.

Main point/thesis statement: a one-sentence summary of your speech.

INTRODUCTION

The introduction should be written out word for word. Use complete sentences in your outline. The introduction should include the following:

1. Attention getter;

2. Preview of the speech;

3. Establish the credibility and goodwill of the speaker: state your qualification (experience/research) to speak about this topic.

transition: Move from the introduction into the main point of the body.

BODY

I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.

A. Subpoint (As with main points, subpoints should be written in full sentences.)

1. Sub-subpoint: written in full sentences.

2. Sub-subpoint

B. Subpoint

transition: Use a transition or connective to move from one main point to the next.

II. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.

A. Subpoint

B. Subpoint

1. Sub-subpoint

a. Sub-sub-subpoint

b. Sub-sub-subpoint

2. Sub-subpoint

transition: Use a transition or connective to move from one main point to the next.

III. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.

A. Subpoint

1. Sub-subpoint

2. Sub-subpoint

B. Subpoint

1. Sub-subpoint

2. Sub-subpoint

3. Sub-subpoint

C. Subpoint

transition: Use a transition or connective to move with from the body of the speech to the conclusion.

CONCLUSION

The conclusion should be written out word for word. The conclusion should contain the following objectives:

1. Review your main points;

2. Make a memorable statement.

REFERENCES

At least two references are required. The reference section should include your citations following the American Psychological Association (APA) format.