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Frances Wilkerson Length: 6:33 Section # Date of speech General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose : To persuade my audience to wear seatbelts every time they ride in an automobile Central Idea: There are no good reasons to not wear seat-belts and one vital reason to wear them— they may well save you from serious injury or death in an automobile accident. Method of Organization: Monroe's motivated sequence The Life You Save May Be Your Own I. Attention: A. Extended example of my automobile accident last summer, in which I was saved from injury by my seatbelt. B. Being in an accident like that, I know at firsthand the difference wearing seatbelts can make. C. Today I want to persuade you to wear your seatbelts every time you ride in an Automobile. Transition: II. Need: A. Automobile accidents take a frightful toll in lives and injuries Every year. B. According to the Motor Vehicle Association , 3 million Americans are injured in auto accidents annually. C. In addition, 50,000 people are killed each year.
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course COMM 130 taught by Professor Wenson during the Spring '08 term at Bridgewater State University.

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