(a) Has an attention-getter.
(b) Gives a reason to watch.
(c) Gives objective and scope of the program.
(2) Body of the script. Organized into main points, with supporting
material such as examples and illustrations.
(3) Conclusion of the script.
(a) Summary of the main points with examples and situations.
(b) A closing.
d. Notes should explain how to use student participation, internal
summaries, or other variations to the basic outline.
e. Take time to carefully organize the outline.
The body of the
eventual program must be arranged logically so that students will easily be
able to identify the main points that will lead them to the objective.
A suggested outline for a script should look something like that shown
in Figure 1-2.