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450683
SUBJECT AREA Communications
DOCUMENT TYPE Speech / Presentation
CREATED ON 5th April 2018
COMPLETED ON 7th April 2018
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The benefits of paper records vs paperless records

Persuasive Speech OutlineTITLEGeneral Purpose:To persuade.Specific Purpose:To persuade my audience... (complete this sentence with your specific topic)(Please note that the general purpose and specific purpose are for planning purposes only. They are not to be stated in the speech presentation. When you deliver the speech, you will start the speech with your attention getter.)IntroductionI. Attention getter: Some options here are to ask a question, offer a quote, or give a statistic that will get the audience’s attention. It should be relevant to the speech topic.II. Audience-Topic Connection: Explain why your audience should care about your topic.III. Speaker Credibility: Establish speaker credibility at the beginning of the speech by explaining to the audience why you’re qualified to speak on this topic based on experience and/or interest.Thesis Statement:The thesis statement is a one-sentence summary of what you plan to cover in the presentation. This central idea is actually stated to the audience and serves as a preview of the key ideas.Body You should have two to five key ideas in the body of the speech labeled as I, II, III and so on. Remember that the key ideas for the persuasive speech should follow one of the persuasive patterns of organization discussed in the text and in the lecture.I.A.B.(Transition sentence)II.A.1.2.a. (Some of your key ideas may have one or two layers of sub-ideas, particularly where you have incorporated information from your sources.)b.B.1.2.3.C.1. 2.(Transition sentence)III.A.1.2.B.1.2.3.ConclusionUse the conclusion to summarize and recap the speech. Do not introduce new information here. Summarize what you’ve discussed in the speech in the first key idea to provide closure for the speech, but don’t simply repeat your introduction.I.II.ReferencesAt least four sources, APA format
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