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PART I: SHORT RESPONSE
Write a response to the following prompt using proper APA Style.
: You will answer questions related to creating outlines for speech presentations.
: Review the information presented in Module 5, which covers the concepts and issues that are related to outlining a speech.
: You will use the table below to complete the following steps.
Type of Outline
Description and Characteristics
: Fill in the missing information in the table.
: Answer the following questions:
1. What identifying data should you include at the beginning of a working outline?
2. Should you include transition statements in a formal outline?
If so, how should you indicate that they are transitions?
3. Why should you use complete declarative sentences when creating a formal outline?
4. What is the main purpose of creating a delivery outline?
: Save and submit your document.
Remember to use proper APA Style.
PART II: SPEECH
Modules 5 through 8 Homework Assignments will be a continuation of the speech process.
You will construct your speech by answering the following prompt, which will be given at the beginning of each homework assignment.
This is a step-by-step process.
As long as you read the textbook, read the online material, and complete the activities, you will not encounter much difficulty.
: The Internet is home to worldwide content, which can be informational and sometimes controversial.
Should the Internet be censored by the government?
Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against havi