Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Persuasive Speech Student’s Name Institutional affiliation Title: Becoming a recycling ambassador Speaker: Georgia Specific purpose: To persuade elementary school children to become recycling ambassadors. Attention getter: Most of you who are present here today probably do recycling either in one way or another. And probably most of our parents are making it their routine the reuse of materials such as plastic bags and maybe containers. That way we are saving our natural resources as well the environment. Establishment of ethos: I am here to awaken your minds on environmental conservation about landfills and the Three R’s of sustainability for the sake of making you realize your they help in saving our planet and making our country clean. In simple words recycling of wastes is very important to both us and the natural environment. It takes our effort to be the first people to think of the earth as our home. And making it a friendly place to live in starts with recycling of waste materials. References McCarty J. A. & Shrum L. J. (2014). The recycling of solid wastes: Personal values value orientations and attitudes about recycling as antecedents of recycling behavior. Journal of Business Research 30(1) 53-62. Thøgersen J. (2006). Recycling and morality: A critical review of the literature. Environment and behavior 28(4) 536-558. [...]
practice creating a full-sentence outline for your Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Persuasive Speech. Choose your own topic, one you may or may not use on your upcoming persuasive speech (though, ideally, it will be the same topic, some people opt to change from the outline to the speech if the speech ends up too short or too long). Using the Sample Outline for Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Persuasive Speech, complete your full-sentence outline, including the intro, body with transitions, and conclusion, and be sure to insert cues for presentation aids. Much like your previous outline, you need to have the introduction with thesis, clear body points, and a conclusion.