1. Vocalized pauses are more effective than silent pauses.
2. The preparation outline should be prepared first The presentation outline should be created after the preparation outline is complete.
3. Checking for proper subordination ensures that:
the claims in the outline are precise and clear.
the purpose of the speech is appropriate to the situation.
the main points are parallel in importance.
the sentences are complete.
the supporting material is relevant to the idea it supports.
4. An effective summary should:
repeat the main ideas completely.
reiterate the development of the main ideas.
remind the audience of the key points.
all of these
repeat the main ideas completely and remind the audience of the key points only