Due: Jan 12 at 11:59pmCalendarPublic SpeakingDetailsAssignment 7.1: Outline Concepts
This assignment supports the following lesson objective:
- 4.5 Describe concepts and issues concerning outline content
This practice exercise explores some key concepts that are related to creating outlines for a speech.
- A one- to two-page document (12-point font, 300 to 600 words) written in a word processor, such as MS Word
In this activity, you will answer questions related to creating outlines for speech presentations.
Perform the following tasks:
Step 1: Review the information that is presented in the lesson.
Focus on the concepts and issues that are related to outlining a speech.
Step 2: Copy and paste the table below into a word processing document.
Step 3: Fill in the missing information in the table.
Type of OutlineDescription and CharacteristicsUseWorking Outline Formal Outline Delivery Outline
Step 4: In the document, answer the following questions:What identifying data should you include at the beginning of a working outline?
Should you include transition statements in a formal outline? If so, how should you indicate that they are transitions?
Why should you use complete declarative sentences when creating a formal outline?
What is the main purpose of creating a delivery outline?