The outline is a crucial component of the speech planning process. Write a full sentence outline for your career path or professional goals informative speech and submit it to the Submissions Area. Use this outline templatefor creating your outline. Give the file the following name: SU_SPC1026_W3_Project_LastName_FirstInitial.
You will not be graded on the visual aid component of the outline; however, you will receive feedback and this can be valuable in maintaining points, as you will be required to use visual aids in your informative and persuasive speeches in Weeks 4 and 5 that relate to your career path or professional goals.
The template contains areas where you must list your speech title, its general purpose, and its specific purpose as it pertains to communication and your career path or professional field. In addition, outline your introduction. Let us know what your attention-getting statement is, why you have credibility to speak on your subject, what the relevancy for your target audience is, and what the central idea of the speech is. The template also contains the area that links to the body of the speech. This will break the speech up into three main points with supporting information and details. In the conclusion of the speech you will summarize your main points for us and close with a memorable statement.
In addition to these outline areas, complete the References section. Your Informative Speech Outline should reference at least three sources that relate to your career field or professional goals, two of which should come from the South University Online Library.
Your assigned readings for this week include more information about good outlining technique.
Name your document SU_SPC1026_W3_Project_LastName_FirstInitial.doc and submit your document to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.