1. Using your learning in textbook Chapter 12, write an outline for your speech using the Speech Outline Template document. Be sure to include your resources (Bibliography). The place you chose for your topic and your research should be the same topic for your outline.
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Explain any difficulties experience outlining the speech or ask any questions that you have.
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Tapli, I. (2015). Bottling Luxury: Napa Valley and the Transformation of an Agricultural Backwater into a World-class Wine Region. https://doi.org/10.1080/20511817.2015.11428566
Amerine, M. (1975). The Napa Valley Grape and Wine Industry. Agricultural History, 49(1), 289-291. Retrieved November 12, 2020, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3742140