Preparation Outline: Informative Speech on Smiling
Specific Purpose: to inform my speech class about the many things Your Smile can do.
Thesis: After listening to my speech, my audience should be informed about how “Your Smile” can do many things; have an effect on you and others around you, and how it has an effect on your brain.
I. Smiling is something most people enjoy. I’m a happy and very positive person, so I smile a lot. It turns out that when I smile, the world smiles back. In my research about smiling I referred to sources such as cbsnews.com, science.howstuffworks.com, bizzikid.co.uk
II. Smiling can affect the way you feel. It feels good to smile and be smiled at. People like to be surrounded by others who are positive and make them feel good.
III. A smile is a great way to start any conversation, and makes others more receptive to you. It adds to what you have to offer.
Transition: Let’s start with how a smile can affect you and others around you.
I. A smile can affect you and others around you.
A. It lifts our mood as well as the moods of those around us. B. It can make us appear more attractive to others.
C. It can be contagious.
D. Make you look younger
E. Help you build rapport
F. Helps reassure the other person of your sincerity.
Transition: Now that we have talked about how your smile can affect you and others around you, let’s move on to how your smile affects your brain.
II. How Your Smile Affects Your Brain
A. Each time you smile at a person, their brain coaxes them to return the favor. B. Facial changes involved in smiling have direct effects on certain brain activities associated with happiness. Smiling triggers your feel good chemicals in your brain. C. Just the simple act of smiling releases...
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