As your textbook explains, each main point of your first speech should have a clear introduction and conclusion. The best way to do this is by using an outline that breaks up the speech into manageable chunks.
This will allow you to organize your thoughts before speaking, which will make it easier for you and those listening to understand what you are saying.
It also helps keep things interesting so that people won’t get bored listening to the same points over and over again!
Overview: The goal of this blog post is to help you get started writing your first speech. By the end, readers should have a clear understanding of how they can plan their speeches by using outlines and be able to recognize the importance of each point in delivering an effective presentation.
Introductory Point (clear introduction that sums up what will follow) -Body Point I (introduce body point one with details about its relevance)
Conclusion Point II (conclude strong following Body Point I without getting off-topic!) -Point II (put the forth main idea for new section two)etc… Started Middle You might feel like you are less qualified than others when it comes time