Business and Technical College Persuasive Speech Outline Part 3

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PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Introduction I. Attention-getting device: Personal credibility: (TOTAL TIME FOR THE INTRODUCTION– 1 minute) Add your attention-getter here (remember there are lots from which you can choose. Make it appropriate for your speech.) Add in an explanation (or story) about why you are the person to give this speech. Thesis/Message: Preview of main points: Transitional word or phrase: Discussion (Body of the Speech) II. Main Point #1: A. 1. B 1. Transitional word or phrase: (TOTAL TIME FOR ALL 3 MAIN POINTS– 5-6 minutes) III. Main Point #2: A. 1. B 1. Transitional word or phrase: IV. Main Point #3: A. 1. B 1. Conclusion TOTAL V. Cue the ending: (TOTAL TIME FOR THE CONCLUSION– 1 minute) This is often a transitional word or phrase. Summarize main points: Call to action: What do you want your audience to do or to change their minds about? What do you want your audience to focus on at the end of your speech? Leave a lasting impression: PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Introduction (TOTAL TIME FOR THE INTRODUCTION– 1 minute) I. Attention-getting device: Did you know that only 1.2% of college students report experiencing no stress? Personal credibility: Every year since 2000, the American College Health Association has surveyed thousands of students on physical and mental health issues, including their overall stress levels. Of those responding to the most recent National College Health Assessment, which went out to more than 96,000 students, 48% reported at least moderate stress, while 32.8% reported high stress. College, as we all know, is extremely stressful, and we have

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