with any paper
The body of a speech should contain two to four primary ideas (Roman numbers).
· All divisions should be strutted logically and listed according to plan.
· Roman numbers, letters and numbers should be combined with indentation to identify the main and subordinate levels.
· Items should be coordinated into main ideas, sub-points and extra information, which do not overlap.
· Each items should be include only one thought or idea.
· Every subdivision must contain at least two items.
· The outline should be either sentences or short phrases.
· The outline should include external transitions between primary ideas.
· There should be no more than four divisions on any level (goal should be two or three).
The outline will be graded on.
1- Completeness, if it is in the speech it is on the outline.
2- Proper use Roman Numbers, Letters and numbers on each level.
3- Indentation and neatness.
4- Proper use of divisions-two to four per level.
5- Complete division. Each subdivision has at least two items.