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Friday, May 15, 2009

Outline for Presentations

Aloha Haumana,

Below is the text for an Outline for Presentations. Please feel Free to refer to these now and in the future at any time.

Mahalo!

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GENERIC OUTLINE FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS

INTRODUCTION
I. Attention-getting statement - gain the attention of the audience by using a quotation, telling a brief story or humorous anecdote, asking a question, etc.
II. Thesis statement - state the specific purpose of your presentation here.
III. Preview statement - overview of all of your main points. What you will share.

BODY
I. First main point
A. Subpoint
1. Sub-subpoint
2. Sub-subpoint
B. Subpoint
1. Sub-subpoint
2. Sub-subpoint
3. Sub-subpoint
II. Second main point
A. Subpoint
1. Sub-subpoint
2. Sub-subpoint
B. Subpoint
1. Sub-subpoint
2. Sub-subpoint
3. Sub-subpoint
C. Subpoint….

Note: The number of main points, subpoints and sub-subpoints you use will vary depending on how much information you have to convey and how much detail and supporting material you need to use. Subpoints and sub-subpoints are comprised of the supporting material you gather in your research.
****You should rarely have more than five main points in any presentation.


CONCLUSION
I. Summary statement - review all of your main points.
II. Concluding statement - prepare a closing statement that ends your presentation
smoothly.

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