Why Banning the Use of Cell Phones While Driving Should Be Mandatory Nationwide Name Institution Why Banning the Use of Cell Phones While Driving Should Be Mandatory Nationwide A). General Purpose To persuade the audience that using a mobile phone when driving need be prohibited countrywide. B). Specific Purpose To enlighten the audience about the various risk of using a mobile phone when driving as well as express the significance of “receiving the word out” to sanction both societal and individual change nationally. C. Central idea The usage of a mobile phone or certain mobile gadgets when driving a vehicle usually distract driver and accidents. References Bingham C. R. Zakrajsek J. S. Almani F. Shope J. T. & Sayer T. B. (2015). Do as I say not as I do: distracted driving behavior of teens and their parents. Journal of safety research 55 21-29. Ferdinand A. O. Menachemi N. Blackburn J. L. Sen B. Nelson L. & Morrisey M. (2015). The Impact of Texting Bans on Motor Vehicle Crash–Related Hospitalizations. American journal of public health 105(5) 859-865. Kim H. S. (2018). The role of legal and moral norms to regulate the behavior of texting while driving. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behavior 52 21-31. [...]
Use this outline as your template. TITLE: A. General Purpose B. Specific Purpose C. Central idea I. Introduction A. Key point #1 B. Key point #2 C. Key point #3 II. Body of the Presentation A. Main Point #1 1. Supporting material 2. Supporting material B. Main Point #2 1. Supporting material 2. Supporting material C. Main Point #3 1. Supporting material 2. Supporting material I. Conclusion Cite your sources in APA format.