Persuasion Speech Draft Guidelines and Recommended Outline _____ / 30 Points
Draft Length: 3-5 pages typed. Full sentences. Time: 5-10 minutes.
Draft reflects targeting/tailoring information to our COM101 class.
Draft includes oral citation to a minimum of TWO sources. Sources recommended for each step. Draft may reference a visual aid, if planned. A visual aid is not required.
Outline for Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Note: The verbiage here is only meant to trigger the direction for each particular step of Monroe’s Sequence. Sources are encouraged in each step.
I. Attention Step-This story, video, picture, quote draws attention to a problem that needs to be addressed
Here’s a brief take on the backstory/context of this problem
I care about this problem because
We need to care about this problem because
II. Need-The problem
Here’s proof that this is a serious problem
Here’s how this problem impacts your life, audience
Some people say this isn’t really a problem or it’s already been fixed
I say they’re wrong, and here’s why Transition-
III. Satisfaction-Here’s the solution to this problem:
Here’s how the solution works:
Here’s proof that this solution does work to solve the problem:
Some say this kind of a solution won’t work.
They’re wrong, and here’s why: Transition-
IV. Visualization- Picture This
Picture how much worse off we’ll be if we don’t address the problem and imagine and/or how much better the world will be once we put the solution into place
Restate problem/Remind Audience of Attention Getter
Call to action that audience finds practical and doable and does not require unrealistic expectations of time/money/effort
I’ll leave you with this powerful thought, image
Outline for Monroe’s Motivated Sequence. Authored by: Ellen Bremen. Provided by: Highline College. Located at: HYPERLINK “https://www.highline.edu/” https://www.highline.edu/. License: CC BY: Attribution
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