Speech should be about sexual assault
A preparation outline is required for your persuasive speech. Refer to chapter 11 in The Art of Public Speaking for an example and a complete description on the use and development of a preparation outline.
Your typed, complete preparation outline should:
Include your topic, general purpose statement, specific purpose statement, and central ideas statement.
Demonstrate the logical structure and organization of your speech.
Be broken down into the three main sections of your speech: introduction, body, and conclusion.
Indicate how you plan to transition from one section to the next. You must include a complete bibliography with your outline.
refer to pp. 203-205 and 304-306 of the textbook for a good sample preparation outline. You should use this example as a template when creating and submitting your own outline.
For the overall structure, be sure to incorporate the following:
A clear and logical organizational pattern throughout
Effective, smooth transition sentences between sections
The introduction should include:
A creative and effective “attention-getter” or hook
A statement relating the topic to yourself and your audience
The overarching idea of your speech and a preview of your main points
The body of the speech should be broken into logical main points that support the overall theme, topic, and purpose. This speech should effectively persuade your audience to follow a certain opinion or action. Use your evidence wisely (examples, statistics, testimony, and stories), cite all sources, and utilize vivid language
Be sure to review and highlight the main points in your conclusion