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Informative: Demonstrative Speech

SPEECH OUTLINE WORKSHEET

Topic

: ___Definition, Symptoms and Examples of Phobia.

Specific Purpose

: To inform the audience about the definition, symptoms

and examples of phobia.


Central Idea

: The definition of phobia, the symptoms of phobia and the

examples of phobia.
I.

Introduction (Your goal here is to draw us into your speech...)

A.

Attention Material (This step helps us focus our attention on you and your
message. It is suggested that you begin with a story, quote, video statistic,
definition, use of suspense, etc. Never begin with, "Hi I am ___ and today i am
going to talk about ___."):
Have any of you ever experienced a phobia? Are you sure that is a phobia, not a
random fear? Can you identify the symptoms of phobia? In order to answer the
questions, allow me to bring you to the world of phobia.

B.

Tie to Audience (This step informs the audience how your topic will relate to
them. Tell us how we can use your information presented to us today in a very
practical way. Give us a reason to listen here.):
Why am I choosing this topic? Because we never know the real definition of
phobia and we used to interpret the phobia as a simple fear against something.
Therefore, I want us to discover the world of phobia.

C.

Credibility Material (Here the student reveals to the audience why he/she is
credible, can be trusted, knows the materials, etc.)
When I was 12 years old, I have a somniphobia, a fear of falling asleep. I was
afraid if something might happen to me when Im sleeping and I have a lot of
nightmares. After a while, I got some treatments and I recovered from
somniphobia. In that case, I believe I can deliver my speech very well as I have
experienced the phobia.

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D. Thesis & Preview: (Here summarize your presentation in one sentence by


previewing the main points of the speech). For example: Today I will show you
how to ___________________. Today I will tell you first ______________, second
_____________ and third ______________.
Today, Ill tell you first, the meaning of phobia, second the symptoms of phobia and
third the examples of phobia.
(Transition into Body of Speech -- Now that _______, let's go to ____________.)
Lets proceed with the definition of phobia first.
II. Body (Here I have listed 3 main points and 3 subpoints per main point -remember 2-5 points is always appropriate!!!)
A. Main Point #1
1. Subpoint #1:
A phobia is an irrational fear, a kind of anxiety disorder in which the sufferer has a
relentless dread of a situation, living creature, place or thing.
2.

Subpoint #2:
If confronted with the source of their phobia, the person will suffer enormous
distress, which can interfere with their normal function; it can sometimes lead to
total panic. For some people, even thinking about their phobia is immensely
distressing.

3.

Subpoint #3:
A phobia starts when a person begins organizing their lives around avoiding the
object of their fear. A phobia is much more serious than a simple fear.

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(Transition into Main Point 2 -- Now that I have covered __________, let's move
to__________.)
Now that I have explained to you the phobia term, lets move to the symptoms and
signs of phobia.

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B.

Main Point #2

1. Subpoint #1:
The symptoms of a phobia can range from mild feelings of apprehension and
anxiety to a full-blown panic attack. Typically, the closer you are to the thing youre
afraid of, the greater your fear will be. Your fear will also be higher if getting away
is difficult.
2. Subpoint #2:
The physical signs and symptoms of phobia are;
Feeling dizzy or lightheaded
A churning stomach
Hot or cold flashes; tingling
sensations

Difficulty breathing
Racing or pounding heart
Chest pain or tightness

Trembling or shaking

Sweating

3. Subpoint #3:
Emotional signs and symptoms of a phobia are;

Feeling of overwhelming anxiety or panic

Feeling an intense need to escape

Feeling unreal or detached from yourself

Fear of losing control or going crazy

Feeling like youre going to die or pass out


Knowing that youre overreacting, but feeling powerless to control your fear

(Transition into Main Point 3 Now that I covered _________, finally I will
_______________)
Finally, I will show you some examples of phobia to get the clear images of
phobia.
Main Point #3
1. Subpoint #1:

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Okay, now Im going to show you some examples of phobia that we never thought
about it.

2. Subpoint #2:

ABLUTOPHOBIA fear to take a bath or clean yourself.

NOMOPHOBIA - fear of being without mobile phone coverage.


PHILOPHOBIA - fear of falling in love.
METROPHOBIA - fear and hate poetry.
ONEIROGMOPHOBIA - fear of wet dreams.
NEOPHOBIA - fear of new things and in its milder form consists of an
unwillingness to part with old habits.
PANOPHOBIA fear of everything.

(Transition to the end... begins with the brakelight as indicated below)

III.

Conclusion

A. Brakelight (signals the end such as, "To sum things up"):
In a nutshell, a phobia is an irrational fear and it might happen in any
circumstances in the future or even right now.
B. Summary (reviews the main points of the speech in the order covered):
So, I have already covered what is phobia, the symptoms and signs of phobia. And
the final part is the examples of phobia.
C. Tie Back to Audience (tells us again how we benefit from knowing this, show the
connection between your group, the topic and the audience):
Somehow we might not realize that the fear we have against something is actually
a phobia.
By gaining this knowledge, you can discover the other side of yourself

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D. Concluding Memorable Remarks (gives you a way to end; never, ever end on
"that's it" plan out the end, better yet, tie back to the introduction's attention
device):
Thats all from me. Hope u enjoy with my speech and wont having any phobia n
future. Thank you, bye!

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