The main points should be of roughly equal length. If you give too much time and space to one point, your speech will seem lopsided and unbalanced to listeners. The fifth main part is the conclusion. The conclusion should summarize your main points. The conclusion should end on a note of finality.
First, having and labeling the right parts, using proper outlining form, and finally, properly documenting sources. TRANSITION TO MAIN POINT: First, let’s take a look at the main parts of a speech outline. There are six main parts of a speech outline. The first main part is the statement of the specific purpose and central idea.