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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT SPEECH OUTLINECOMMUNICATION 103Monroe’s Motivated SequenceThe purpose of this outline is to help you organize your thoughts and ideas into a persuasive speech. It will help you arrange and format your main points and sub-points so that your speech motivates your audience to think or act in a specific manner. Your Civic Engagement Speech Outline is worth 100 points. Your outline should be typed, double-spaced, 12 point font, and follow class directions. You should follow one of the two ways to organize a persuasive message (Monroe’s Motivated Sequence or Problem-Solving Pattern). It should be written in APA format and have a minimum of 8 references; those references should be typed and listed on a separate page. Be sure toprint and attach the Civic Engagement Speech Outline Grade Sheet to the front of your outline on its due date. Your outline should be clean and easy to read/follow. I will grade your outline for both content and format. I will grade what you say, how you organize what you say, and alsoyour grammar, spelling, and punctuation (G/S/P). I will grade how you use evidence and implement it into the outline. I will evaluate how persuasive you are using ethos, pathos, and logos to make your argument. I will also grade how closely you follow proper outline format and subordination. (Do your main points align? Are your sub-points consistent?) I will review that all 8 references are listed in-text as well as on the reference page. It is a full sentence outline so that I can read what you will present to the class on your speech day. A title page is not necessary. This outline is graded for both content and format. I will mark down for grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes. I will evaluate the main points you make in your outline, how you support your main points with evidence/examples (sub-points), and I will grade how you say it (G/S/P). See Chapter 15 of our book and our Large Lecture PP for Chapter 15 for more information. You should always proofread your assignment at least twice- once for content and once for format. Remember that proofreading can only improve your grade.
Civic Engagement Speech Outline: Monroe’s Motivated SequenceI.Introductiona.Have you ever stopped to wonder why certain events in our world happen the waythey do and why you do not know about them?b.The Illuminati and the New World Order applies to each and every person in this room, and you never know what event could happen next that could possibly change all of our lives.c.I understand the symbols associated with the Illuminati and the goals of the New World Order.