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Speech 1110: First Persuasive DYAD Outline

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DYAD PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Names: Session: Speech 1110-## Title of your Speech: Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Organizational Pattern: General Purpose: (To take action or to Persuade) Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to use (Idea or stance) for three reasons. Central Idea: You should…(take this action) because…(mention need and benefits or negative consequences if the problem is NOT solved). Introduction: (Student #1) Attention Getter: Importance: Credibility: Preview:

Body I. First the Need (Use full sentences) (Student #1), A. Describe the need or problem (but NEVER mention your solution YET). 1. Describe the effects of the problem (include signs and symptoms). a. statistics or quotations (Oral Citations need to be highlighted, always include Date, Author, Credibility and Source) b. examples that relate to audience (with citations) 2. Explain the probable cause(s) and/or relevant history of the problem. a. statistics or quotations (with citations) b. examples that relate to audience (with citations) B. Explain the importance of the need or problem. 1. Describe the extent of the need or problem. a. statistics or quotations (with citations) b. examples that relate to audience (with citations) 2. Explain who is affected by the need or problem (especially your audience). a. statistics or quotations (with citations) b. examples that relate to audience (with citations) (Transition: To avoid the problem (say the need) we have a solution for you (say the solution). II. The Solution (Student #2), A. Describe your plan in detail. 1. Describe how your solution can be implemented. 2. Explain what actions must be taken now (and later) to solve the problem. 3. Describe the cost, time, and effort needed for the solution. a. statistics or quotations (with citations) b. examples that relate to audience (with citations) B. Explain why your plan will work. 1. Explain how your solution addresses the problem. a. explain how it addresses the cause, b. list ways it addresses the problem, not just the symptoms 2. Show evidence to support your plan. a. statistics or quotations (with citations) b. examples that relate to audience (with citations) 3. Describe an analogy of how a similar plan has worked in another place(s). (Transition: This speech (say topic) clearly offers benefits so next you can visualize the benefits, including (list benefits).

Speech 1110: First Persuasive DYAD Outline

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III. The Visualization (Student #2), A. Describe benefits (use positive motivation) that directly relate to your audience. 1. Use imagery to help your audience picture the results if they follow your plan. 2. Use examples that relate to your audience. Cite sources, if applicable. B. Describe the consequences (use negative motivation and fear appeals) that will affect your audience if NOTHING is done to solve the problem now. 1. Use imagery to help your audience picture how bad it will get if we don’t solve the problem soon. Cite sources, if applicable. 2. Use examples that describe how bad it will get if the audience does NOT follow your plan. Cite sources, if applicable. Conclusion: (Student #1) In conclusion, Importance: Sign post and Summary: In conclusion, (Title of your speech, re-cap your need, the solution and the visualization) Call to Action: (Tell your audience what they can/should do NOW) Memorable Ending: References (APA citations are listed in alphabetical order based on the author’s last name) Last name, F.M. (YEAR).A title with only first letter of first keyword capitalized: City Printed: Publisher. (Page #).

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