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Video about what is persuasive speech with Motivated Sequence
This is my outline it is not completed
Topic:
General Speech Purpose:
Specific Purpose:
Thesis Statement:
Introduction:
I. The Attention Step
I. (Start with your our dynamic attention-getter!)
II. (Context)
III. (Relevance/Rhetorical Question)
IV. (Credibility Statement)
V. (Preview Main Point 1)
VI (Preview Main Point 2)
VII (Preview Main Point 3, if needed)
IX (Preview Main Point 4, if needed)
(Transition — lead us to The Need Step)
Body:
II. The Need Step
I. A complete sentence or two that identifies the need or the problem to be solved.
A. Supportive Material / Evidence in sentence form and source
1. Specific details and sources cited
2. Specific details and sources cited
B. Supportive Material / Evidence in sentence form and source
1. Specific details and sources cited
2. Specific details and sources cited
C. Etc.
Transition (lead us to the Satisfaction Step)
III. The Satisfaction Step
I. A complete sentence or two that identifies your solution to the problem.
A. Supportive Material / Evidence in sentence form and source
1. Specific details and sources cited
2. Specific details and sources cited
B. Supportive Material / Evidence in sentence form and source
1. Specific details and sources cited
2. Specific details and sources cited
C. Etc.
Transition (lead us to The Visualization Step)
IV. The Visualization Step
I. A complete sentence or two that relates your solution to the listener. You tell the listener why your solution will be of benefit to them.
A. Supportive Material / Evidence in sentence form and source
1. Specific details and sources cited
2. Specific details and sources cited
B. Supportive Material / Evidence in sentence form and source
1. Specific details and sources cited
2. Specific details and sources cited
C. Etc.
Transition (let the listener know we are nearing the end and now is the time for ACTION!)
V. The Action Step (and Conclusion)
I. Summarize the need (or problem), your solution, and how it will benefit the listener.
II. Call for IMMEDIATE ACTION (For example: Pick up the phone and call, please sign my petition, donate a dollar to the Pet Rescue Mission, join the GCC Tree Planting Club).
III. Provide closure and tie back to your dynamic attention-getter.
DON’T FORGET TO INCLUDE A Works Cited section at the end of the outline (APA or MLA format). You should cite 5 credible sources (primary and/or secondary sources) in your presentation.
If you are going to cite a source from the Web, you need to include the title of the article and author, if available. Do not simply write the urls! (www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx).
Work Cited
Pells, Rachael. “Giving Your Child a Smartphone Is like Giving Them a Gram of Cocaine, Says Top Addiction Expert.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, 7 June 2017, www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/child-smart-phones-cocaine-addiction-expert-mandy-saligari-harley-street-charter-clinic-technology-a7777941.html (Links to an external site.).
Please use short citations.

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