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Presentation of the different ways to create an outline, with different varieties of organization.

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    • Organization & Outlining
    • Why Organize
      • To make sense of the speech for yourself and the audience
    • Linear Logic
      • Step-By-Step, straightforward method to organizing your speech
      • (Page 154)
    • Linear Logic
      • Step-By-Step, straightforward method to organizing your speech
      • (Page 154)
    • Linear Logic Example
      • Lay out basic arguments
      • Discuss main points in detail
      • Rely on facts and data
      • Uses phrases-transitions and signposts to connect each point
      • Concludes with summary
      • OUTLINING
      • Why outline?
      To collect your thoughts on a particular project To help keep you on the path the project requires To get you back on track if you lose your train of thought
    • Rules for an outline
    • Step one: Begin with a Title
    • Step Two: Develop a purpose and a thesis statement
    • Step Three: Write your introduction, body and conclusion
    • Step Four: Write an Attention Getter (AG) and a Preview
    • Step Five: Label the 2-3 points of your speech: It must be indented and labeled with Roman Numerals (I, II, III, etc)
    • Step Six: Add subpoints by indenting with capital letters
    • Step Seven: If you need additional points, indent again and use regular numbers
    • Step Eight: For the conclusion, include a summary and closing statement
    • Step Nine: BRING A REFERENCE LIST, IN APA FORMAT.