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[OUTLINES MUST BE SUBMITTED WITHIN 4 DAYS] (Actual speech does not have to be turned in until the deadline, thanks :D)1. Research and then write an outline for the speech on your selected topic.-Remember, like an analytical essay, a persuasive speech should have an attention-grabbing introduction with a thesis statement, a body, and an effective conclusion. 2. Write an extended outline (More detail) -[I HAVE ATTACHED THE EXTENDED OUTLINE LAYOUT THAT YOU MUST FOLLOW]3. create a 3-4 minute persuasive speech with a
visual aid on a topic of your choice. DO NOT choose a large, controversial topic such as
euthanasia, legalizing marijuana, abortion, etc. since you would not be able to thoroughly
explore a complicated topic in a short speech. Instead, focus your topic on something more
specific such as recommending a change in a school policy, advocating for or against virtual
schools, persuading your audience why a selected tech device is or is not a good buy, etc. -You decide the topic ^4. Your presentation will need to have the
following: ● Introduction Slide ● Thesis Slide ● Six information slides with graphics
● Conclusion Slide
● Works Cited Slide (must include citations for graphics/photos used in presentation)
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Extended Outline
I.
Introduction
a.
II.
Thesis Statement
Main point of argument
a.
Quote, fact, or historical analogy
1.
Supporting detail—relate quote, fact, or historical analogy to your argument
2.
Supporting detail—define the relationship between the quote, fact, or historical
analogy and your argument.
b.
Quote, fact, or historical analogy
1.
Supporting detail—relate quote, fact, or historical analogy to your argument
2.
Supporting detail—define the relationship between the quote, fact, or historical
analogy and your argument.
III.
Second point of argument
a.
Quote, fact, or historical analogy
1.
Supporting detail—relate quote, fact, or historical analogy to your argument
2.
Supporting detail—define the relationship between the quote, fact, or historical
analogy and your argument.
b.
Quote, fact, or historical analogy
1.
Supporting detail—relate quote, fact, or historical analogy to your argument
2.
Supporting detail—define the relationship between the quote, fact, or historical
analogy and your argument.
IV.
Third point of argument
a.
Quote, fact, or historical analogy
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1.
Supporting detail—relate quote, fact, or historical analogy to your argument
2.
Supporting detail—define the relationship between the quote, fact, or historical
analogy and your argument.
b.
Quote, fact, or historical analogy
1.
Supporting detail—relate quote, fact, or historical analogy to your argument
2.
Supporting detail—define the relationship between the quote, fact, or historical
analogy and your argument.
V.
Conclusions
a.
Revisit major points
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