1. State Your Point: What do you want the audience to know? What new learning are you trying to instill?
– I would like the audience to understand that the perception of being in a relationship has changed.
2. Tell a Story that reinforces or proves the point
– Still have yet to think of a story
3. Give us the Application of that story – tell us why this is important/significant; point out how the story reinforces the point you were making.
* List 3 main points from your paper –The status of relationships before the 1920’s – The change in the perception of relationships in the 1920’s – Current societies perception of relationships
*What background information should you provide to your audience? – The current status of relationships. Reasons to why the perception of relationships changed, what inventions were made that provoked this change.
*How will you introduce this topic? – A clever personal story, or a rhetorical question
*How will you end this talk? – Another rhetorical question to the audience?