Informative Speech

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Develop an outline for your informative speech. Make sure to include an introduction, thesis statement, at least three supporting points, and a conclusion. Once you have your outline, begin to flesh out your speech so that you will be comfortable in your delivery. Practice in front of a mirror or video record your speech to have a sense of your speaking style and appearance. As you watch your delivery, ask yourself:

Is the content clear and effective?
Are your main ideas clearly phrased?
Do you support those ideas with relevant evidence?
Is your vocabulary appropriate and effective?

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