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Speech Three Outline Name: LaQuinta Ponder Section: 8 Date: 4/12/2016 Specific purpose of this speech: Texting and Driving Central idea of this speech: Giving solutions to stop texting and driving Introduction I. Attention Device: A. How many of you text and drive? How many of you think that its dangerous? II. Topic Sentence: A. Texting and drving is one of the leading causes for car accidents III. Speaker credibility and goodwill: A. I’m also guilty of texting while driving IV. Preview of message: A. Today I will be discussing why we text and drive and also give some solutions to help prevent texting and driving. Body I. Turn Off Your Phone A. Turning your phone off can prevent you from having that urge to pick it up whenever it goes off II. Put Your Phone Out of Reach A. If you find yourself turning your phone back on after you’ve turned it off, you may
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Unformatted text preview: need to put it out of reach, Putting your phone out of reach forces you to ignore it when it goes off III. Give Your Phone To A Passenger A. Giving your phone to a passenger allows you to concentrate on the road IV. Download Apps A. If you still can’t seem to leave your phone alone then maybe you should try downloading one of many driving apps. These safety apps are designed to disable your phone while your car is in motion preventing a distraction. Conclusion I. Signal end of speech: A. We can all agree that texting and driving is dangerous therefore we need to start becoming more aware of when we do it and learn ways to prevent it from happening II. Reinforce central idea: A. I hope you consider one of these methods the next time you get behind the wheel...
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