Ch. 8; p.155 157 Types of Outlines

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  • Ch. 8; p.155 157 Types of Outlines

    1. 1. Types of Outlines p. 155-157
    2. 2. “Formal” Outline Uses sentences; includes title, thesis, general & specific purposes, & sentence outline Specifies support types & where to put them Include intro & conclusion completely written out Forces ideas to be fully developed Balances freedom to speak off the cuff but also gives access to exact wording
    3. 3. Speaking Outline (also called “working” or “performance”) Used most often Written on 3”x5” cards/cardstock/paper Easily handled & convenient Less distracting
    4. 4. Hints for Working Outlines 1. Legibly write/type info with visible font from arm’s length. Multi-task speaking and shifting card to bottom of stack. 2. Include small amounts of info on each card. If subject matter is known, use main & subpoints or use 1 card for each point. 3. Use only one side
    5. 5. Hints for Working Outlines 4. Number-order cards - be organized. 5. Limit number of cards - abbreviate & use key words when possible. 6. Highlight, underline, or color-code info. Mark as reminder form emphasized points.
    6. 6. Connecting Info Transitions A sentence connecting 2 points Serves as a road map to audience Easier to follow, shows connection

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