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I need a Demonstrative Speech outline template Word Document as well as a Demonstrative Speech Visual Aid Blank PowerPoint Template that goes with it.Demonstrative speech outline/timeline storyboard 
After you have written your speech and decided what you want to demonstrate, you will need to make a timeline storyboard to outline how the visual and audio elements will be ordered to tell your story—with your foreground audio (live by you), your foreground demonstration, and your background video, to effectively accomplish your presentation. This is almost like a to-do list or shopping list — your demonstration will be more systematic and efficient if you get everything you need, but not too much more. Remember, there is time limit and you’d like to show everything within that time limit, to avoid penalty.
Creating a storyboard makes the planning process far more efficient, even if you end up deviating from your original plan. Before you do this, you may want to meticulously plan the order of your speech, video/photos (if applicable) and your live demo (if applicable) alongside or in between your speech. If your story involves voiceover narration over an external/premade video, you would need to develop your own script, and not simply use the one with the video.
A documentary-style storyboard typically includes information about the time, visuals and audio. Some storyboards use a sketch or still image to show the visuals, but should also include a description to represent all elements. A simple way to organize this information is in different columns. Since, you will most likely be using premade video/PowerPoint and also do live demonstration, you will have multiple columns in your storyboard, with speech/voiceover, demo timeline and video timeline. You will have to practice your speech with the background video/foreground demo multiple times before you can write your storyboard timeline. You will write something like the following:

Timestamp
(This is the timeline of your speech)

Audio

Speech/voiceover

Visuals

Live demo timeline

Visuals

Premade video timeline

0:00-0:15

In this column, you will write your actual speech.
If you don’t have anything at a time-interval, keep it blank.

You will write if/what you will be showing ‘live’.
If you don’t have anything at a time-interval, keep it blank.

You will write the content of the pre-made video/PowerPoint you will be showing.
When you show video, you will post the URL and the timeline of the video. Such as, 1.02-1.21 of the video. When you use PowerPoint, mention the slide number(s).
If you don’t have anything at a time-interval, keep it blank.

0:16-0:45

0:46-0:60

You can copy the above table and start building on it. You may change the timeline intervals as per your topic and what makes most sense for your demonstration/presentation.
Student Name:
Assignment Name: Demonstrative Speech Outline
Assignment Submission Date:
Course# Section#
Instructor’s Name:

Title: A statement with/without a verb, maximum 7 words. If your title is longer than 7 words, create a subtitle after a colon (:)

STitle of the presentation
(the same as your speech outline)
Your name
course-section#
Semester

Introduction (slide 1)
Definition/ brief description of the topic.
Attention-getter- a/an special/unknown fact about the topic that makes it interesting/worth listening to.
Central idea/thesis statement/research question- what is your basic argument/question/approach to the topic.
Scope, purpose and goal of the presentation.

Introduction (slide 2)
Positionality/credibility statement – why you chose to talk about this topic, your personal credibility, interest and capacity.
Preview of main points/main steps/main ingredients for cooking related demonstrations – bullet points.

Main points (total 3-6 slides)

Main point/Step 1 (1-2 slides)
Could add history, evolution, current status, science behind a process, advantages/benefits of learning the process, etc.
Please do not write the entire process in visual aid, only main points/steps/process.

Main point/Step 2 (1-2 slides)
Could add history, evolution, current status, science behind a process, advantages/benefits of learning the process, etc.
Please do not write the entire process in visual aid, only main points/steps/process.

Main point/Step 3 (1-2 slides)
Could add history, evolution, current status, science behind a process, advantages/benefits of learning the process, etc.
Please do not write the entire process in visual aid, only main points/steps/process.

Main point/Step …
You can add more than three slides for steps/points.

Conclusion (slide 1)
Summary of the presentation (basically recapitulate your scope, purpose and goal of the presentation and how you met them).
Review of main points 1-3
How your speech fulfilled the need you mentioned in your introduction slide/s.
Attention-getter or closer.

References
Both in-text and reference citations are to be in APA format

  
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