Impromptu speech structure Hook: describe one of your examples without explainin

Impromptu speech structure
Hook: describe one of your examples without explaining it.
Thesis: Identify the quotation or the prompt that you chose, explain what it means, and agree or disagree.
Preview: Announce that you’re going to talk about a specific number of examples in your speech that will prove your point, then identify the sequence of the main points that will be in your speech by naming each of the examples. This is the speech that you will be using
Let the past as nothing be.
–Abraham Lincoln
Body
Main point 1: name one of your examples (not your hook)
Transition: say that you have finished talking about your first example (name it) and then say that you are going to talk about your second examples (name it) You are explaining your main point.
Main point 2: same as main point 1, structure.
Main point 3: same as main point 1, structure.
Conclusion
Review: announce that you have talked about a specific number of examples that proved your point, and then identify the sequence of the main points thta were in your speech by naming each of them.
thesis: repeat your thesis, identify the quotation or the prompt that you chose, explain what it means and agree or disagree with it.
reverse hook: remind us what your hook examples was, and tell us that you are explaining why you choose it. No more describing.

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