Your informative speech outline should still include all of the key components o
Your informative speech outline should still include all of the key components of the process speech. The primary difference is that this outline and speech will be more research based and your introduction will be more fully developed. For example, in your introduction, you must have at least two or three attention getters, two or three times you establish relevance and establish credibility before you share what your topic is and what the direction of your speech is. In addition, every point you make in the body of your speech must be supported with verifiable evidence based on your research. Review your chapter on how to create proper outlines for more clarification, however, this is the basic format that you must all follow.
I. Attention Getter – (At least two )
II. Establish relation with audience / Establish relevance (At least twice) –Why should the audience care about your topic??)
II. Establish credibility (At least twice) — What makes you a reliable source of information??
IV. Clearly identify your topic and the direction of the speech – What’s the point of the speech? What do you want me to leave your speech having learned? What will you be covering in your speech?? State this and then transition into your first main point.
I. Main Point 1 with support and evidence (Give an example/ illustration /testimony/quote or story and establish credibility in some way again)
II. Main Point 2 with support and evidence Give an example/ illustration /testimony/quote or story and establish credibility in some way again)
III. Main Point 3 with support and evidenceGive an example/ illustration /testimony/quote or story and establish credibility in some way again)
I. Cue the audience that you are ending your speech
II. Summarize all of your main points
III. End with a strong final statement and if you want audience to do something, end with a clear call to action.
BE SURE TO INCLUDE AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY