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Policy Outline Template SPCH 2320 Title of Speech: Specific Purpose: I. Introduction A. Attention Grabber: B. Thesis/Proposition: C. Credibility: D. Preview: Transition statement: II. Stock Issue #1: Ill A. Explain the current wrong or harm that needs to be resolved B. Qualitative significance: (Explain how the issue strengthens or diminishes human life or other values.) (OPPOSITION: May explain how the ills are insignificant or do not exist) C. Quantitative significance: (Tell how many people will be affected and/or how frequently.) Transition statement: III. Stock Issue #2: Blame A. Explain what is causing the ill B. Go into detail about the blame (For example, is it structural or attitudinal?) (OPPOSITION: May explain that the present system is capable of handling any ills should they arise.) Transition statement:
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  • Spring '14
  • AbbigailL.McKinney
  • Opposition, Transition Statement, stock issue, Stock issues

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