As a way of introducing yourself to the instructor and your peers, please create a draft of your self-introduction full-speech outline (also known as

As a way of introducing yourself to the instructor and your peers, please create a draft of your self-introduction full-speech outline (also known as full-sentence). You will submit a final draft with your Self-Introduction Speech recording, also due as this week’s assignment.

Your post should be written in a full-speech outline format, and should introduce yourself to the class. To prepare the outline, use the “Example Self-Introduction Full-Sentence Outline” shown in the document attached below. Your outline should have enough content to deliver a 3-5 minute self-introduction speech. This outline should include the following:

· Introduction

· Body with transitions between main points

· Conclusion

Example Self-Introduction Full-Sentence Outline
 Download Example Self-Introduction Full-Sentence Outline download [Word Document]

Note: This outline will be due for final grading with your Self-Introduction Speech. Please consider the feedback you receive and decide how to use it to improve your outline before submitting the final version with your speech by Sunday night.

Viewing your peers’ outlines and receiving feedback if you are unsure about something in your outline is also helpful. Learning from others will be an important part of this online course.

Estimated time to complete:  2 hours

This topic is valued at 40 points. 

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