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Speech order. Wednesday September 26 Cody Z. Lisa Z. Jalonn B. Jenna P. Ericca F. Mitch H. Candace B. Monday, October 1 Mike R. Emily B. Brittany J. Matt G. Victoria B. Brittany W. Emily P. Wednesday, October 3 Eddie O. Nicole C. Spencer S. Seth T. Lauren N.

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Speech order
Speech order

Wednesday September 26

Cody Z.

Lisa Z.

JalonnB.

Jenna P.

Ericca F.

Mitch H.

Candace B.

Monday, October 1

Mike R.

Emily B.

Brittany J.

Matt G.

Victoria B.

Brittany W.

Emily P.

Wednesday, October 3

Eddie O.

Nicole C.

Spencer S.

Seth T.

Lauren N.

Amy S.

Taylor A.

Monday, October 8

Aaron R.

BanaT.

Brittany M.

Taro O.

Hilary D.


Organizational pattern review
Organizational Pattern Review

  • Please define the following organizational patterns:

    • Chronological

    • Spatial

    • Topical

    • Causal

    • Problem-solution


Outlining
Outlining

  • Why even outline?

    • Outlining makes it easier to conceptualize ideas, organize and move points around, and to get help from others


Effective outlining
Effective Outlining

  • Develop three main points

    • I.

    • II.

    • III.

  • Develop at least two subpoints for each main point

    • I. Main point

      • a. subpoint 1

      • b. subpoint 2


Effective outlining1
Effective Outlining

  • If needed, use sub-subpoints

    • I. Main point

      • a. subpoint 1

        • i. sub-subpoint1


Effective outlining2
Effective Outlining

  • Use parallel language and structure

    • Making sure main points are worded similarly in grammar or syntax

      • I. Preparing the bird feeder

      • II. Building the bird feeder

      • III. Finishing the bird feeder

    • Not:

      • I. How do I build a bird feeder?

      • II. Gather the materials

      • III. Finishing the bird feeder


Effective outlining3
Effective Outlining

  • Do not use Roman numerals for the introduction, body, or conclusion. Treat these as separate units

  • Use standard outline numbering


I. Roman numeral (main point)

A. Capital letter (first subpoint)

1. Arabic numeral (supporting

material and subdivision of the

first subpoint)

a. Lower-case letter (supporting

material and subdivisions of the first

subpoint

i. Lower-case Roman numeral (used for

very fine details)


Different types of outlines
Different types of outlines

  • Rough Draft

    • Bare-bones outline sketching out your structure

  • Formal outline

    • More detailed, with supporting materials and proper organizational structure

  • Speaking outline

    • Not as detailed as formal, with key words and phrases reminding you of the points you want to make. Few words as possible, with quotations, statistics, citations, and transitions only written in full


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