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Prepare a detailed FULL SENTENCE outline for Speech 3 using the template below. This does not mean writing your entire speech, but only writing the topic sentence for the three to five supporting points that prove your thesis. Include a thesis statement that contains the claim or prediction you will prove or illustrate (which is usually spoken); a purpose statement, indicating if you are persuading or informing the audience and the response from the audience you wish to achieve (which is not usually spoken); an introduction; a body, including supporting evidence; transitions; and a conclusion. When you use outside sources in creating your speech, include them in the speech with a short spoken citation and provide a bibliography in APA format on the outline.

OUTLINE TOPIC

Your Speech 3 Outline is over Speech 3, which is a 5

to 7 minute

(closer to 7 minutes than to 5) speech in which you seek to persuade the audience to take some action or change some behavior or way of thinking. This argument is based on research, not on opinion, values, or beliefs. The essence of this speech is meant to cause the audience to respond in some way. While you may attempt to elicit an emotional response from the audience, the bulk of your argument must be based on current factual research. Describe to the audience the significance of this research evidence and explain how an analysis of it leads to the proof of your thesis.

This speech requires a visual aid! Part of your outline grade is the visual aid!

This speech requires the use of research and outside sources in creating your speech; include them in a bibliography as well as citing them in the outline and subsequent speech. Using at least two sources is required. Please use APA format for your citations in your outline.

Here is a list of possible persuasive topics (you are not required to choose from this list):

434 Good Persuasive Speech Topics

Please view the Sample Outline and Outline Template below.

Click here for the full Outline with Visual Aid Grading Rubric

Name
January 1, 2021
COMM 200 – Public Speaking
Speech #3 Outline
YOU WILL PASS THIS COURSE
Purpose Statement: To persuade my audience to do the work to pass this
speech course with high marks.
Thesis Statement: In order to pass this course with high marks, it will take
time management, attention to details, and a positive attitude.
Introduction
Attention Getter: You are not nervous, you are excited!
Introduce Yourself & Credibility: My name is Dr. Speech, and this is
what I tell all of my speech students who say they are nervous about giving
their speeches.
Overview of Main Points: You will pass this course with a high grade as
long as you have good time management skills, pay attention to details, and
maintain a positive attitude.
Transition: Let’s start with time management skills.
I There is no way you can pass any class if you are not able to manage your
time well.
A. According to the article “How to Manage Time with 10 Tips That Work”
found on the Entrepreneur website, “before you can even begin to
manage time, you must learn what time is” (Mathews, Debolt, &
Percival, 2017).
B. If you have issues making the required deadlines, you have to reach
out to your instructors immediately.
C. VISUAL AID: Hold up a smartphone for the audience to see. Using
the calendar app on your smartphone with the notifications on, your
phone is your personal assistant helping you to meet your deadlines!
Transition: Having time management skills is great but it also helps to have
an eye for details.
II You have to pay attention to the details – it can save you a lot of
headache in the end.
A. Use the rubric to be sure you are meeting the necessary
requirements.
B. Use the feedback given to help you improve with each speech.
Transition: While you are paying attention to the details, you have to
maintain a positive attitude.
III You have to maintain a positive attitude to get through things that are
new or difficult to you.
A. According to the Book of Lists, published in 1977, public speaking was
the number one fear (Wallechinsky, Wallace, & Wallace, 1978). In
many cases, this is still the number one fear over death.
B. Your negative thoughts equal negative actions – you have to change
that.
Transition: With your positive attitude you can do it but if you add those
other two suggestions, you can do almost anything!
Conclusion:
You can pass this course if you can manage your time, pay attention to
details, and maintain a positive attitude. You might think you are nervous
when giving a speech, but in actuality you are excited. So come on and give
it your all with your next speech!
References:
Mathews, J., Debolt, D., & Percival, D. (2017). How to Manage Time with 10
Tips That Work. Entrepreneur. Retrieved 28 February 2017, from
https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/219553
Wallechinsky, D., Wallace, I., & Wallace, A. (1978). The People’s almanac
presents the book of lists (1st ed.). New York: Bantam Books.
Category
Points Earned/Possible
Purpose statement
0/10
Thesis sentence
0/10
Written introduction, transitions, conclusion
0/30
Developed body: complete sentences and
evidence
0/40
Sources used (bibliography)
0/10
TOTAL 0/100
Name
January 1, 2021
COMM 200 – Public Speaking
Speech #3 Outline
YOU WILL PASS THIS COURSE
Purpose Statement: To persuade my audience to do the work to pass this
speech course with high marks.
Thesis Statement: In order to pass this course with high marks, it will take
time management, attention to details, and a positive attitude.
Introduction
Attention Getter: You are not nervous, you are excited!
Introduce Yourself & Credibility: My name is Dr. Speech, and this is
what I tell all of my speech students who say they are nervous about giving
their speeches.
Overview of Main Points: You will pass this course with a high grade as
long as you have good time management skills, pay attention to details, and
maintain a positive attitude.
Transition: Let’s start with time management skills.
I There is no way you can pass any class if you are not able to manage your
time well.
A. According to the article “How to Manage Time with 10 Tips That Work”
found on the Entrepreneur website, “before you can even begin to
manage time, you must learn what time is” (Mathews, Debolt, &
Percival, 2017).
B. If you have issues making the required deadlines, you have to reach
out to your instructors immediately.
C. VISUAL AID: Hold up a smartphone for the audience to see. Using
the calendar app on your smartphone with the notifications on, your
phone is your personal assistant helping you to meet your deadlines!
Transition: Having time management skills is great but it also helps to have
an eye for details.
II You have to pay attention to the details – it can save you a lot of
headache in the end.
A. Use the rubric to be sure you are meeting the necessary
requirements.
B. Use the feedback given to help you improve with each speech.
Transition: While you are paying attention to the details, you have to
maintain a positive attitude.
III You have to maintain a positive attitude to get through things that are
new or difficult to you.
A. According to the Book of Lists, published in 1977, public speaking was
the number one fear (Wallechinsky, Wallace, & Wallace, 1978). In
many cases, this is still the number one fear over death.
B. Your negative thoughts equal negative actions – you have to change
that.
Transition: With your positive attitude you can do it but if you add those
other two suggestions, you can do almost anything!
Conclusion:
You can pass this course if you can manage your time, pay attention to
details, and maintain a positive attitude. You might think you are nervous
when giving a speech, but in actuality you are excited. So come on and give
it your all with your next speech!
References:
Mathews, J., Debolt, D., & Percival, D. (2017). How to Manage Time with 10
Tips That Work. Entrepreneur. Retrieved 28 February 2017, from
https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/219553
Wallechinsky, D., Wallace, I., & Wallace, A. (1978). The People’s almanac
presents the book of lists (1st ed.). New York: Bantam Books.
Category
Points Earned/Possible
Purpose statement
0/10
Thesis sentence
0/10
Written introduction, transitions, conclusion
0/30
Developed body: complete sentences and
evidence
0/40
Sources used (bibliography)
0/10
TOTAL 0/100
OUTLINE INSTRUCTIONS
Use this template to write your outline. Enter your own information in place
of the explanations provided.
This outline is used to your speech ideas on paper. Do not use this as you as
a speaking guide during your delivery – write those ideas on note cards with
minimal writing. Your note cards should include key words and short
quotations only, any longer than that and you will read your speech which is
grounds for failing the assignment.
On this outline, the amount of support material you have under each of your
3 main points is up to you. It is best to use no more than 3 main points, so
you are able to stay within the time limitations of the speech. If you have an
“A” sub point, you must have a “B”. Your speech should be balanced with
the same amount of time given to each main point. You need enough
information to support the main points and use your outside credible sources
to support your main points. You are required to use at least 2 outside
sources. Cite each source in the body of the outline with APA in-text citation
and verbal citation (according to…).
Do not skip over writing complete sentence transitions in the outline.
Transitions should connect your main points, emphasize what you’ve already
discussed, and signal to the audience the next main point (do not say “my
next main point”).
DELETE ALL INSTRUCTIONS and TEMPLATE NOTES before submitting your
outline for grading.
Name
January 1, 2022
COMM 200 – Public Speaking
Speech #3 Outline
YOUR SPEECH TITLE
Purpose Statement: Choose one statement.
•
To persuade my audience to (what you want the audience to do or
believe).
Thesis Statement: A claim or prediction that you will prove or demonstrate
(one or two short sentences listing your 3 main points).
Attention Grabber: Your speech delivery starts here! Say something to
grab your audience’s attention right from the very moment you begin to
speak.
Introduce Yourself & State Your Credibility: State your name and how
you connect to the topic (discuss the experience you have with this topic).
Overview of Main Points: Make it clear what main points are going to be
(restate your thesis statement).
(Transition from intro to first main point in a complete sentence.)
I. First main point and support must be written in complete sentences.
A. Support for 1st main point
B. Support for 1st main point
a. Support for B
b. Support for B
(Transition from one point to the next, do not simply list the next main
point.)
II. Second main point and support must be written in complete sentences.
A. Support for 2nd main point
a. Support for A
b. Support for A
B. Support for 2nd main point
(Transition from one point to the next, do not simply list the next main
point.)
III. Third main point and support must be written in complete sentences.
Support for 3rd main point
A. Support for 3rd main point
(Transition from one point to the next, do not simply list the next main
point.)
Conclusion: DO NOT ANNOUNCE YOUR CONCLUSION – “In conclusion…, in
summary, etc.”
•
•
•
Summarize your 3 main points (restate your thesis).
Reinforce the major idea – the overall information you want the
audience to know.
Tell the audience what to do with the information presented.
Reference Page: on a separate page
•
•
•
Use the same font as the rest of the outline to provide an APA
formatted reference page on a separate page.
The sources listed on the reference page have to be used in the body
of the outline with an APA in-text and verbal citation (According to…).
Do not list web addresses as a verbal citation – you have to say ABC
website (not dot com).
Points possible/earned
Purpose statement 5/5
Thesis sentence 5/5
Written introduction, transitions, conclusion 20/20
Developed body: complete sentences and evidence 40/40
Sources used (bibliography) 10/10
Visual Aid 20/20

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