Sunday, June 21, 2009

A speech needs a skeleton before it can stand up.

A structure from an outline is part of the basic planning process for creating a speech. Eventually that structure must be converted into a sequence of words and images.

There are many approaches to planning and outlining. Andrew Dlugan has one, and Susan Dugdale has another.


Anonymous said...

Could you put more info? It was kinda hard to learn anything with that small blog.
Thanx ^_^

Richard I. Garber said...

There are underlined links to four detailed posts about outlines. Point to and click on any of them to read more.

At the end of the post there also is a label for outlines. Click on it to see later posts on this topic.