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Oral Presentation Outline Format

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Oral Presentation Outline Format
Introduction I. Attention-getting statement - gain the attention of the audience by using a quotation, telling a brief story or humorous anecdote, asking a question, etc. II. Thesis statement - state the specific purpose of your presentation here. III. Preview statement - overview of all of your main points. Body I. First main point A. Subpoint 1. Sub-subpoint 2. Sub-subpoint B. Subpoint 1. Sub-subpoint 2. Sub-subpoint 3. Sub-subpoint II. Second main point A. Subpoint 1. Sub-subpoint 2. Sub-subpoint B. Subpoint 1. Sub-subpoint 2. Sub-subpoint 3. Sub-subpoint C. Subpoint Note: The number of main points, subpoints and sub-subpoints you use will vary depending on how much

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Conclusion I. II. Concluding statement .review all of your main points.edu/gened/oc/outline_format. Return to Teacher Resources: Oral Communication This ad is supporting your extension Pong: More info | Privacy Policy | Hide on this page www. You should rarely have more than five main points in any presentation. Summary statement .hawaii.11/5/12 Oral Presentation Outline Format information you have to convey and how much detail and supporting material you need to use. Subpoints and sub-subpoints are comprised of the supporting material you gather in your research.htm 2/2 .prepare a closing statement that ends your presentation smoothly.

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