In Speech Outlining… Just fill in the blanks with good stuff Part 1 we broke down each part of the speech introduction. It’s important stuff.
Now, let’s take a look at the body of the speech and the conclusion. Once again, I’ll be using my transmedia outline as an example.
Sometimes I’ll listen to a student’s speech and find it to be choppy. Different parts of the speech seem unrelated to each other. Nine times out of 10 I’ll look at their outlines and discover they haven’t included any transition lines. You need transition lines.
Think of transition lines as road markers at an intersection. They help guide the listener into the right direction.
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