SP180.1.2 Principles of Public Speaking

SP180.1.2 Principles of Public Speaking i need help with my outline. not sure where to go from here.

I. TITLE: Bullying in schools
A. General Purpose: To persuade
B. Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that bullying in schools need to be stopped

C. Central idea: The effects Bullying in schools has the student being bullyed

II. Introduction
A. Key point #1
B. Key point #2
C. Key point #3

III. Body of the Presentation
A. Key Point #1
1. Supporting statement and resource
2. Supporting statement and resource
B. Key Point #2
1. Supporting statement and resource
2. Supporting statement and resource
C. Key Point #3
1. Supporting statement and resource
2. Supporting statement and resource

IV. Conclusion

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