Just answers all the question in the file attached. 

SITUATION

You have identified a problem, need, or opportunity at:

  • your current or former job
  • a student organization you’re involved with

Sample Structure Outline

You will use this structure for many of your business presentations, including the presentation for this class. To complete your outline, simply add content after each of the items below.



I. PLANNING YOUR PRESENTATION

A.
Who am I presenting to? :

B.
What do I want to achieve? :

C.
What aspect of my presenting do I want to focus on improving? :

II. INTRODUCTION

A.
Title and/or Hook :

B.
Credibility Statement (optional) :

C.
Problem or Need Your Audience Faces :

D.
Solution to Problem / Need :

E.
Preview of Main Supporting Points :

Transition:

III. BODY (2-3 main points for a 4-6-minute presentation)


A. Main Supporting Point / Takeaway 1 :

1.
Evidence or Support (2-3 items; cite all sources verbally, in text, and on slides) :

2.
Statement Mitigating or Addressing Reservations (optional) :

3.
Summary of Main Supporting Point / Takeaway 1 :

Transition:


B. Main Supporting Point / Takeaway 2 :

1.
Evidence or Support (2-3 items; cite all sources verbally, in text, and on slides) :

2.
Statement Mitigating or Addressing Reservations (optional) :

3.
Summary of Main Supporting Point / Takeaway 2 :

Transition:


3. Main Supporting Point / Takeaway 3 :

1.
Evidence or Support (2-3 items; cite all sources verbally, in text, and on slides) :

2.
Statement Mitigating or Addressing Reservations (optional) :

3.
Summary of Main Supporting Point / Takeaway 3 :

Transition:


Note:
You may also include mitigate or address reservations in a stand-alone section of your presentation.

IV. CONCLUSION

A.
Verbal Signal of Conclusion :

B.
Summary of Your Proposed Solution to the Audience’s Problem / Need :

C.
Summary of Your Main Supporting Points / Takeaways :

D.
Call to Action :

E.
Memorable Ending :