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Week 4 Speech Outline Graphic Organizer

Part One: Outlining Speech

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Speech Video Title
Speaker’s Name
Speech Video Link
Speech SectionTopicYour Response / Information
IntroAttention Getter
Relevance Statement (Reason to Listen)
Thesis Statement:
Credibility Statement
Preview of Main Points
Transition to 1st Point
1st Main Point
Subpoint 1
Supporting Material
Supporting Material
Subpoint 2
Supporting Material
Supporting Material
Transition to 2nd point
2nd Main Point
Subpoint 1
Supporting Material
Supporting Material
Subpoint 2
Supporting Material
Supporting Material
Transition to 3rd point
3rd Main Point
Subpoint 1
Supporting Material
Supporting Material
Subpoint 2
Supporting Material
Supporting Material
Transition to close
Conclusion
Review of main points
Restated thesis
Closure

Part Two: Analyzing Speech

What attention getter did the speaker use in the speech? Was it effective? Share why or why not.

Did the speaker leave any parts out from the outline?

Were the main points of the speech easy to identify or did it take time to figure them out?

What kind of transition statements did the speaker use and why are transition statements important in public speaking?

What public speaking skills did the speaker do well with or what skills could they work on? How would you grade them?

Lastly, do you feel this speech was effective? Share why or why not.

Outlining a Speech

In the past two weeks, you analyzed two different TED speakers, providing a section-by-section breakdown of their performance. This week, you will select another TED video to analyze, with a specific focus on their organizational process Visit  TED.com  and watch several TED speakers. Note that you can sort by topic, speaker, and a host of other criteria. You can watch any TED talk you wish—except for the one you watched for the Week 2 or Week 3 assignment. Also, make sure the TED talk has someone delivering a speech face-to-face, meaning you cannot outline a speech where it’s just a voice over (just voice presenting through PowerPoint or photos). If you’re looking a more concentrated list, you might also wish to visit  this link, which highlights the 25 most popular TED talks of all time .

Building upon this week’s lectures and reading, you will outline a talk given by someone else. As you do, think carefully and critically as an audience member. Try to identify clear introductory elements (attention-getter, thesis, credibility statement, preview, etc.), clear main points, transitions, and other devices of speech organization.

Please see the  attached outline template here . Download, complete it in Microsoft Word, and then upload the completed document to the assignment folde

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