Explain should Marijuana Be Legalized in Texas?

5. Should Marijuana Be Legalized in Texas? 6. Should Gun Control Laws Be Enacted? Go to the home page and click on the link below to construct your speech outline. Please include six (6) or more sources in References./Bibliography

Description for Informative Speech
Organizing and Outlining the Informative Speech
Time: 35 minutes
All informative speeches have an identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion. This speech
should include at least three verbal citations.
Introduction: The introduction should compel the audience to listen (with an attention getter)
and provide a preview. The preview usually includes the thesis statement and an overview of
the main points.
Body: Most informative speeches should contain no more than three main points, organized
in a way that helps the audience make sense of the message. Once the main points and organizational pattern are set, identify what evidence supports each main point and place these subpoints in the correct location.
Conclusion: All informative speeches should include a brief summary of the main points. No
new information should be given to the audience in the conclusion. An effective conclusion
leaves the audience thinking about the speakers message.
Outlining the Informative Speech: A detailed outline is mandatory and should include the
following sections: title, statement of specific purpose, thesis statement, introduction, body
(including internal summaries and transitions), conclusion, and references. The outline is the framework for the speech.
Outline Worksheet for Informative Speech
Title:
Speaker:
Specific Purpose:
Thesis Statement:
Introduction
I. Attention getter:
II. Establishment of ethos:
III. Thematic statement:
IV. Preview (each main point):
First . . .
Next . . .
Finally . . .
(Transition)
Body
I. Main idea 1
A. Subpoint and/or supporting material
(such as a statistic or a quotation)
1. Sub-subpoint (optional)
2. Sub-subpoint (optional)
B. Subpoint and/or supporting material
1. Sub-subpoint (optional)
2. Sub-subpoint (optional)
(Internal summary)
(Transition)
II. Main idea 2
A. Subpoint and/or supporting material
1. Sub-subpoint (optional)
2. Sub-subpoint (optional)
B. Subpoint and/or supporting material
1. Sub-subpoint (optional)
2. Sub-subpoint (optional)
(Internal summary)
(Transition)
III. Main idea 3
A. Subpoint and/or supporting material
1. Sub-subpoint (optional)
2. Sub-subpoint (optional)
B. Subpoint and/or supporting material
1. Sub-subpoint (optional)
2. Sub-subpoint (optional)
(Internal summary)
(Transition to conclusion)
Conclusion
I. Summarize and restate (thesis)
II. Review (each main point)
III. Tie to the introduction
IV. Provide memorable, creative conclusion (end with impact)
References

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