NEW AND INTERESTING-Informative Speech Outline
Need a 1-2 page outline (See attached Word document for the sample should look like this)
Use this week to complete a one- to two-page typed outline for your Week 5 Informative Speech. Be sure to consider key ideas from the reading as you plan your speech: selecting a topic you are enthused about, creating a solid thesis, conducting good, thorough credible research, and so forth. (See Chapters 5 and 6 attached)
This outline is designed to help you structure and detail your speech and plan for delivery in front of an audience, whether it be a live audience or a recorded presentation. Having the outline completed well before the presentation due date provides you with ample opportunity to practice and ample time to review your performance and make changes as needed. Although a live audience is not required for this speech, it is always a great idea to practice in front of someone in order to get some feedback. (With a small amount of instruction, even children will tell you if you are saying “um” a lot, or moving around too much, talking too long, etc.)
Your topic should be strictly informative, where you are passing along information to your audience while remaining objective; for example, this is not the speech to take a stance or insert your opinions.