Specific Purpose

Specific Purpose

Specific Purpose: 

Part I: Visual Aids
Ways in which they inform the audience:
Ways in which they label information:
Details or cluttering: 
use of white space and color: 
use of type face/size:

Part II: Speech Introduction
I. (Attention-getting statement):
II. (Establish credibility):
III. (Relevancy statement) :
IV. (Central idea):
I. (First main point) 
II. (Second main point) 
III. (Third main point) 

Part III: Conclusion
I. (Summary of main points) 
II. (Memorable closing statement)

Part IV: References

You are required to have at least three sources in your outline. Two of these sources must come from the South University Online library. Use APA citations

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