chronological sequence spatial sequence topical sequence H u m a n i t i e s

chronological sequence spatial sequence topical sequence H u m a n i t i e s

it is same thing as last time and it is persuasive speech – topic – how social media effected my life as an immigrant teenager (boy) in a good way. I attached the last work

persuasive speech – topic – how social media effected my life as an immigrant teenager Ten Building Blocks That Will Help You Outline the Body of Your Speech

Approach Organization Logically – Look for key ideas, patterns, and trends in your research that are supported by examples, quotations, or testimony. Remember the outline is simply a tool for structure and clarity.

Think in terms of the overall plan of your speech – don’t try to fill in all details at the beginning of the process.

Principles of Outlining – Formal outline refers to the body of the speech and informal outline refers to the introduction, conclusion, bibliography

The body should contain between two to four main points or numerals in a 4 to 7 minute speech.

Main points in the body should be structures in an organizational sequence that is logical, interesting, and appropriate to the topic.

Chronological Sequence

Spatial Sequence

Topical Sequence

Other Sequences – Problem-Solution, motivation sequence .

A system of Roman Numerals, letters, and Arabic numbers should be combined with indentation to identify main and subordinate levels.

The Outline Should Include Supporting Materials That Are Coordinated and Subordinated in a Logical Manner.

Each Subdivision Must Contain at Least Two Items.

Main Points (Numerals) and Supporting Items Should be Linguistically Parallel.

The Outline Should Identify Sources for Major Supporting Materials.
The Outline Should Include External Transitions Between Main Numerals.

Internal transitions (e.g. also, then, next, in addition to, finally) link supporting materials within a subtopic.

Body
I. (first main point)

A. (supporting detail) B. (supporting detail)

II. (second main point)

A. (supporting detail) 1.

2.
B. (supporting detail)

Your Speaking Notes
include the introduction, body, and conclusion

Write legibly, use large lettering, and double-space between some of the lines

You may want colors to highlight specific examples, statistics, or quotations

When transferring your outline to note cards, remember that your objective is ease of communication; you want notes to help you communicate quickly and effectively