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Speaking to persuade

Speaking to persuade
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Prepare a persuasive speech that would be no less than two minutes in length in which you persuade your audience to either be for or against a fact, value, or policy, or to act/do something.

Oftentimes a more controversial issue will provoke an audience more than one that no one really cares about. Be sure to steer clear of topics that are overdone. These include abortion, capital punishment, euthanasia, etc.

In your speech you must verbally cite two different sources during your speech

Prepare a persuasive speech that would be no less than two minutes in length (roughly 2 pages )  in which you persuade your audience to either be for or against a fact, value, or policy, or to act/do something.

Oftentimes a more controversial issue will provoke an audience more than one that no one really cares about. Be sure to steer clear of topics that are overdone. These include abortion, capital punishment, euthanasia, etc.
In your speech you must verbally cite two different sources during your speech and incorporate those sources into the body
The 3rd page that I have included with my purchase is for the completion of the following outline that I have provided below, in which the format my speech is to be done. If you have any questions or concerns please let me know. Thank You!

SPEECH TITLE
by NAME
General Purpose:  to persuade

Target audience:
Specific Purpose Statement: a statement of what you want your audience to do when you finish your speech.
Main point/thesis statement: a one-sentence summary of your speech.
INTRODUCTION
The introduction should be written out word for word. Use complete sentences in your outline. The introduction should include the following:
1. Attention getter;
2. Preview of the speech;
3. Establish the credibility and goodwill of the speaker: state your qualification (experience/research) to speak about this topic.
transition: Move from the introduction into the main point of the body.
BODY
I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.
     A. Subpoint (As with main points, subpoints should be written in full sentences.)
          1. Sub-subpoint: written in full sentences.
          2. Sub-subpoint
     B. Subpoint
transition: Use a transition or connective to move from one main point to the next.
II. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.
     A. Subpoint
     B. Subpoint
          1. Sub-subpoint
               a. Sub-sub-subpoint
               b. Sub-sub-subpoint
          2. Sub-subpoint
transition: Use a transition or connective to move from one main point to the next.
III. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.
     A. Subpoint
          1. Sub-subpoint
          2. Sub-subpoint
     B. Subpoint
          1. Sub-subpoint
          2. Sub-subpoint
          3. Sub-subpoint
     C. Subpoint
transition: Use a transition or connective to move with from the body of the speech to the conclusion.
CONCLUSION
The conclusion should be written out word for word. The conclusion should contain the following objectives:
     1. Review your main points;
     2. Make a memorable statement. 
REFERENCES
At least two references are required. The reference section should include your citations following the American Psychological Association (APA) format.

Speaking to persuade

Speaking to persuade
Paper details

Prepare a persuasive speech that would be no less than two minutes in length in which you persuade your audience to either be for or against a fact, value, or policy, or to act/do something.

Oftentimes a more controversial issue will provoke an audience more than one that no one really cares about. Be sure to steer clear of topics that are overdone. These include abortion, capital punishment, euthanasia, etc.

In your speech you must verbally cite two different sources during your speech

Prepare a persuasive speech that would be no less than two minutes in length (roughly 2 pages )  in which you persuade your audience to either be for or against a fact, value, or policy, or to act/do something.

Oftentimes a more controversial issue will provoke an audience more than one that no one really cares about. Be sure to steer clear of topics that are overdone. These include abortion, capital punishment, euthanasia, etc.
In your speech you must verbally cite two different sources during your speech and incorporate those sources into the body
The 3rd page that I have included with my purchase is for the completion of the following outline that I have provided below, in which the format my speech is to be done. If you have any questions or concerns please let me know. Thank You!

SPEECH TITLE
by NAME
General Purpose:  to persuade

Target audience:

Specific Purpose Statement: a statement of what you want your audience to do when you finish your speech.
Main point/thesis statement: a one-sentence summary of your speech.
INTRODUCTION
The introduction should be written out word for word. Use complete sentences in your outline. The introduction should include the following:
1. Attention getter;
2. Preview of the speech;
3. Establish the credibility and goodwill of the speaker: state your qualification (experience/research) to speak about this topic.
transition: Move from the introduction into the main point of the body.
BODY
I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.
     A. Subpoint (As with main points, subpoints should be written in full sentences.)
          1. Sub-subpoint: written in full sentences.
          2. Sub-subpoint
     B. Subpoint
transition: Use a transition or connective to move from one main point to the next.
II. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.
     A. Subpoint
     B. Subpoint
          1. Sub-subpoint
               a. Sub-sub-subpoint
               b. Sub-sub-subpoint
          2. Sub-subpoint
transition: Use a transition or connective to move from one main point to the next.
III. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech.
     A. Subpoint
          1. Sub-subpoint
          2. Sub-subpoint
     B. Subpoint
          1. Sub-subpoint
          2. Sub-subpoint
          3. Sub-subpoint
     C. Subpoint
transition: Use a transition or connective to move with from the body of the speech to the conclusion.
CONCLUSION
The conclusion should be written out word for word. The conclusion should contain the following objectives:
     1. Review your main points;
     2. Make a memorable statement. 
REFERENCES
At least two references are required. The reference section should include your citations following the American Psychological Association (APA) format.

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