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  • 1. Types of Outlines p. 155-157
  • 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. Speaking Outline (also called “working” or “performance”) Used most often Written on 3”x5” cards/cardstock/paper Easily handled & convenient Less distracting
  • 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. 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. Connecting Info Transitions A sentence connecting 2 points Serves as a road map to audience Easier to follow, shows connection