3.9 Outlining Your Presentation

Linda Macdonald

Learning Objectives

By the end of this chapter, you should be able to

  • Create an outline of your  presentation

Once you have developed a storyboard for your presentation, develop your outline. An extemporaneous speech should be delivered without full memorization or notes. Memorize the introduction and the transitions and the order of your points, but not the content of these points. To establish credibility and to connect with an audience, know your content and speak naturally and with command of the material.

This outline template can be used to create your speech:

 

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