Asked by: Theodora Gehrlein
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What are Subpoints in a speech?

A. (SUBPOINT) You MUST have at least two subpoints under each main point. This could be one complete sentence or a phrase of fragment. 1. (SUB-SUBPOINT) This is where the specific examples from your research are included to support your main points.

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Considering this, what are Subpoints in an essay?

Sub Points Support and Explain Once you have the main points in your essay on your outline, you can then add sub point under each of these. As you develop through the writing process, sub points build up, support and explain the main points in your essay.

Furthermore, how do you write a speech outline?

  1. State the Specific Purpose of your speech.
  2. State your Central Idea.
  3. Label the Introduction, Body and Conclusion sections of your outline.
  4. Use a Consistent Pattern of Symbolization and Indentation.
  5. State Main Points and Subpoints in Full Sentences.
  6. Label Transitions, Internal Summaries, and Internal Previews.

Simply so, how do you identify the main point in a speech?

To put it all together, when you set out to write a speech, you should first consider the main idea. It is the purpose of the speech. Whether your purpose is to inform, persuade or entertain your audience, you will need to break down the specific purpose into main ideas. Start with a good brainstorming session.

How do you write a general purpose for a speech?

The general purpose of any speech will be either to Inform; Motivate/Persuade; or Entertain your audience. As soon as you know the general purpose of your speech you can develop your Specific Purpose Statement (What the speaker will accomplish). Your Specific Purpose Statement is used to develop your speech.

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