Prepare a detailed FULL SENTENCE outline for Speech 2 using the template below. Prepare a detailed outline for Speech 1 using the template below. This does not mean writing your entire speech, but only writing the topic sentence for the three to five supporting points that prove your thesis. Include a thesis statement that contains the claim or prediction you will prove or illustrate (which is usually spoken); a purpose statement, indicating if you are persuading or informing the audience and the response from the audience you wish to achieve (which is not usually spoken); an introduction; a body, including supporting evidence; transitions; and a conclusion.
Your Speech 2 Outline will be on Speech 2, which is a 3 to 5 minute (closer to 5 minutes than to 3) speech in which you inform the audience about an issue important to you, but in this or any informative speech, rely more on presenting factual information rather than on bias or preference of any kind. The topic can include a process, but give the audience an understanding, not simply directions alone. If you choose to inform the audience on a place or a favorite vacation spot, tell the audience about it in an evocative way rather than just listing facts. Here you would describe sensory perceptions such as sights, smells and sounds, and may include your personal experience. You may also present an important idea or concept, or any other issue that you believe the audience needs to know better.
This speech requires the use of research and outside sources in creating your speech; include them in a bibliography as well as citing them in the outline and subsequent speech. Using at least two sources is required. Please use APA format for your citations in your outline.