Outlines MUST be Reviewed prior to your speaking Day!!!

(More exercise will improve your health - MORE Persuasive)
(The benefits of more exercise - MORE informative)

1. Develop a Persuasive speech.
2. Develop effective research and organization in preparing a speech.
3. Analyze your Audience and adapt your message to them
4. Develop and Effectively use a Visual Aid to assist you in clarifying and supporting your ideas.
5. Practice delivery and presentation skills. 
6. Persuade, Convince, or Influence your audience

Gathering Information:
Hopefully, you will have knowledge on your topic already.  However, part of your assignment is to find additional sources.  You are "required" to have at least 5 sources.  You are not an additional source.  There are many sources available in the Library and the Reference Librarians are waiting to help you find them.  

Include the sources that you will cite in your speech in your reference section.  Please use complete citations. MLA format is required for your citations.  If you aren't familiar with these style of citations you can ask the school Librarian for clarification or you can find some excellent examples online

An interview (using your interview skills and a schedule) would be an excellent source and I encourage you to interview an outside source for your speech if there is a credible person available.

The outline is 25 points...It must include 

Persuasive Speech Primary Structure is Monroe's Motivated Sequence

Specific Purpose: Explain How you are trying to persuade your audience or what you are trying to persuade them to do. 

Intro: W/ Topic Revelation Statement, Attention getting 
device and preview of main points.

Body: W/ Main points and supporting points written out in sentence outline format (Sources cited in outline body) (Review Page 

Conclusion: That restates the topic revelation statement or summarizes the main points. 

Works Cited List: At Least 5 sources listed in MLA Style 
(Maximum of 2 internet sources)

Remember for outlining you should use

Thesis (Topic Revelation Statement), 
Main Point, and sub points to support it, 



Attention Getter
Preview of points

I. Main Point 1
    A. Sub-point
    B. Sup-point 
             1. Sub-Sub-point (Work Cited)
    C. Sup-point

II. Main Point 2
    A. Sub-point
    B. Sup-point (Work Cited)
             1. Sub sub-point
             2. Sub sub-point
    C. Sup-point

III. Main Point 3
    A. Sub-point (Work Cited)
    B. Sup-point
             1. Sub sub-point
                    a. sub sub sub-point       
    C. Sup-point

Summarize points
Closing Statement