Indictment Speech Outline
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Indictment Speech Outline

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Indictment Speech Outline Megan Kettwig Proposition: The South Dakota Board of Regents should change the policy concerning physical education in Public Universities. Introduction I. II. III. Lack of a routine is the leading cause for lack of motivation to stay fit. The rate of obesity amongst young adults is constantly increasing every year. The South Dakota Board of Regents should change the policy concerning...

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Speech Indictment Outline Megan Kettwig Proposition: The South Dakota Board of Regents should change the policy concerning physical education in Public Universities. Introduction I. II. III. Lack of a routine is the leading cause for lack of motivation to stay fit. The rate of obesity amongst young adults is constantly increasing every year. The South Dakota Board of Regents should change the policy concerning physical education in Public Universities. Body Technical Plot Indictment I. Lack of a routine is the leading cause for lack of motivation to stay Statistic fit. A. Seventy percent know they should exercise but don't. Physical education enrollment has decreased. Statistic Indictment II. B. The rate of obesity amongst young adults is constantly increasing every year. A. During teen years physical activity declines. Statistic Statistic Conclusion B. Once injured people quit exercising. I. II. With the right balance of education about fitness we can have a healthier nation. The South Dakota Board of Regents should change the policy concerning physical education in Public Universities.

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