Introduction


Introduction







I. Start with an attention-grabber: Will you begin with a quotation, personal story,

humor, or fact?

II. Listener relevance: tell us why the topic matters

III. Speaker Credibility: personal authority on the topic or why did you choose this topic?

IV. Preview points you plan to discuss in the body: Begin by writing out your
thesis statement so that you can preview each of the main points. For example, “Today, I am going to talk about different career paths you can take as a nurse, how the degree is acquired and why it is an important degree to receive.”


Transition: Write your transition here. How should you leave the introduction and

















move to the body?





Body




  • Main point one: Write a brief statement that indicates your first point, list

supporting material as sub-points. Make sure you provide the source from

which the supporting material was acquired. Please orally cite your source.

A. Sub-point

B. Sub- point


Transition


: Write your transition here; this will tell your listeners that you are moving


to the next main point.









II. Main point two: Write your next main point. Refer to point one above.

  • Sub- point
  • Sub- point


Transition


: Write your transition here; this will tell your listeners that you are moving


to the next main point.









III. Main point three: Write your final main point. Refer to point one above.

  • Sub- point
  • Sub- point


Transition


: Write your transition here; this will tell your listeners that you are moving


to the conclusion of your speech. .











Conclusion




I. Summarize points previously stated

A.

B.

C.

  • Close with impact. Will you end with a quotation, personal story, humor, or fact?

Formatted sources should be listed below:

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