Communications Chapter 13 Speeches May Outlined Complete Sentences With Key Words The Outline Format Each

Document Type
Test Prep
Book Title
LaunchPad for A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking 6th Edition
Authors
Dan O'Hair, Hannah Rubenstein, Rob Stewart
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1.
When developing a speech, the speaker should create ______ separate outlines.
2.
The purpose of the _______ outline is to firm up and organize main points and develop
supporting points to substantiate them.
3.
Completed, the _______ outline should contain the entire speech, organized and
supported.
4.
The outline used to practice and present the speech is the _______ outline.
5.
Speeches may be outlined in complete sentences, with key words, or in _______.
6.
In the _______ outline format, each main and supporting point is stated in sentence
form as a declarative statement.
7.
A _______ outline is the briefest form of outline.
8.
A _______ outline uses partial construction of the sentence form of each point.
9.
A _______ outline permits the most eye contact, greatest freedom of movement, and
best control of the speaker's thoughts and actions.
10.
In the _______ outline, each section of the speech (introduction, body, and conclusion)
should be labeled.
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