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Ian Sherk Mar 21, 2007 Miller Com 114 Donating Blood General Purpose: To persuade my audience Specific Purpose : To persuade my audience to donate blood Thesis Statement : There is no reason why an eligible potential donor should not give blood, it is quick and easy, helps fellow Americans, and is actually beneficial to the donor’s health. INTRODUCTION I. Attention Getter : Will you save someone’s life? I am not suggesting that you to take a bullet for a stranger, or even donate your money to a valid charity. I am just asking you to donate blood. Every year, donations save four and a half million Americans. However, blood centers are routinely in short supply of both type O and B blood. II. Credibility Statement : One of my close friends underwent knee surgery last spring, and was the recipient of a blood transfusion. When this happened I wanted to donate blood, but was hesitant to because I dislike needles, and was nervous about the side affects. Once I had read up on donating blood, I decided to donate blood for my first time. III. Relating to the Audience : With few exceptions, every one of you in this class will either need blood at some point in your life, or have a loved one who will need blood. IV. Thesis Statement : There is no reason why an eligible potential donor should not give blood, it is quick and easy, helps fellow Americans, and is actually
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2008 for the course COM 114 taught by Professor Gill during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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