Use of academic research engines like google scholar and it is okay to use newspapers, articles, and magazines. The articles should be no older than 5 to 7 years. Websites used must have .edu and .gov. Please use include 5 sites.
Please follow the directions below also:
How to Do an Outline
This is the basic outline format that will help you organize your speech. The different
components of ACES will be listed here.
Notice that the “levels” of the outline change: the Roman numeral (I) is for the argument, claims
are listed in capital letters (A, B, C), and evidence is listed under each claim as a number on the
list (1, 2, 3) Most word processing programs will do this automatically. List strategies that are
tied to a specific claim as a new sub-level, while holistic strategies (in other words, strategies
that you use throughout the speech, such as visual aids or general tone, can be . As you go down
the outline, try to make sure all ideas connect back to the argument at the top of the page, so that
you are supporting your ideas fully.
I. Thesis Statement (Argument and Claims): You should have a fully developed
thesis in your outline. Your argument (first sentence) should propose why learning
about this information is important. In other words, tell your audience why they
should care about this information. (Hint: if you can’t argue against it, it’s probably
not a fully fleshed out argument.) The second sentence of the thesis statement should
also quickly identify what your 2-3 claims will be, in the same order they will appear
in the speech. (Notice: the entire introduction SHOULD NOT be listed here–only
the thesis statement. During the speech, introduce important ideas/background
BEFORE discussing your thesis.)
A. First Claim: Your first claim should be the first one mentioned in the
argument/thesis. Remember that claims are assertions, meaning that they are
statements that push forward an idea or way of thinking, and therefore need
to be explained. They are not simply topics. Much like your argument, they
need to be fully explained. In other words, instead of writing something like
“cigarettes and health,” a claim that is developed would say something like,
“Cigarettes cause many concerns for healthcare professionals, particularly
because of heart, lung, and cancer problems.”
1. First piece of evidence for claim: This is not just a place for bullet
point topics, but instead a place to provide statistics, research, quotes,
examples, stories, etc., that support your claim. Make sure to say
where you got them from (for example, if you found an article by Dr.
Johnson or in The New York Times, name them as your source).
Remember that you need to provide 2 pieces of evidence for each
claim you provide. These should be researched from scholarly
articles, books, or newspapers/magazines. NO BLOGS, WIKIPEDIA,
OR RANDOM GOOGLE SEARCHES.
2. Second piece of evidence for claim: Same here.
B. Second Claim: Repeat instructions from first claim
C. Third Claim: Repeat instructions from first claim
II. Conclusion: You do not need to write out your entire conclusion here, but you
should at least describe important ideas that you want to mention in your conclusion.
Remember that a conclusion SHOULD NOT just simply restate ideas from your
speech. It can quickly do some recap, but the focus of a conclusion should be to tell
your audience why your topic is important, what the benefits of learning about the
topic are, ways to get involved/things to do now that they know about topic, a
connection to another issue or similar practice, practical advice, parting wisdom, etc.
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