UIC Persuasive Speech Discuss

[TEMPLATE FOR PERSUASIVE SPEECH PREPARATION OUTLINE]

[Title/Topic]

Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that [problem] can be solved by [solution/immediate action].

Central Idea: (Topic) is a social problem and (solution) should be [carried out, enacted, passed, applied, implemented etc.] because… (Brief summary of satisfaction logic and visualization appeal).

INTRODUCTION

I. [Attention Getter]

II. [Clearly introduce your topic]

III. [Credibility Statement]

IV. [Audience analysis – Who is your target audience? How does problem relate to your target audience?]

V. [Preview of Main Points]

Transition:

PROBLEM

I. [Assertion/argument #1 – First reason your topic is a social problem]

A. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

B. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

C. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

Transition:

II. [Assertion/argument #2 – Second reason your topic is a social problem,]

A. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

B. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

C. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

Transition:

III. [Assertion/argument #3 – Third reason your topic is a social problem.]

A. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

B. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

C. [Evidence – scholarly]

1. [Example or explanation of evidence]

2. [Example or explanation of evidence]

Transition:

SATISFACTION

I. [Clear description of plan/solution related to established Need.]

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II. [Practicality of change – Be sure to fully describe HOW your plan will work and use SOUND REASONING for why this particular solution is the right response to the problem you’ve described/argued exists.]

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III. [Visualization]

A. Clear description of how the world/situation will be once the solution is implemented–use your imagination to describe how wonderful things will be!

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B. Discussion of practicality of plan/solution

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C. Discussion of practicality of plan/solution

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Transition:

CONCLUSION

  • [Signal conclusion]
  • [Call to Action – Call for immediate/specific action on the part of your audience.]
  • [Vivid Ending – Leave your audience with something to think about. A memorable close that refers back to the attention getter creates psychological unity for your audience.]

REFERENCES

[References start on a new page.

Include EVERY SOURCE of information you used to prepare your speech.

Every source you use in your preparation outline must be cited in-text in APA format (not MLA) AND properly cited on your references page.

Be sure to include copies of your sources, organized in the same order as your bibliography/references]

I want to follow this structure.

My topic is: the responsibilities of influencers when they promote a harmful unknowingly.Required: at least 8 souces. apa format

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