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Persuasive Speech Outline Template COM380 Public Speaking Student’s Name: Course #/Section: Note: Complete all parts of the Persuasive Speech Outline. Review relevant readings and lectures on: Audience Analysis, Researching Your Speech, Supporting Materials for Your Speech, Organizing Your Speech, Outlining Your Speech, Persuasive Speaking, & Methods of Persuasion . Also, refer to the “Sample Persuasive Speech Outline” as an example of an outline that meets the requirements, as well as the “Persuasive Speech Outline Rubric” to understand the instructor’s expectations and grading criteria. Planning for the Persuasive Speech with Analysis Speech Topic : Concerts can make your life better Rhetorical Purpose: To persuade my audience to attend more concerts. Audience Analysis: (Refer to chapters on Audience Analysis & Persuasive Speaking) Summarize Audience demographics, prior exposure/knowledge, common ground/interest, disposition/attitude, and situational characteristics. Incorporate results of Audience Analysis Survey about classmates from the Audience Analysis Activity/Discussion in Unit 3. Also, incorporate techniques on “Tailoring your Persuasive Message to Your Audience” from the readings on Persuasive Speaking. Most of the audience will be college age students and live in or near the New Brunswick area and therefore have access to live music in the city or major cities around the area, therefore making it more effective than speaking to people who live in an area with very little live music opportunities. I assume that the audience will have some interest in music, as most people are casual music listeners, and will therefore be interested in a music related topic. I also assume most people will want to hear ways to relieve stress and generally make their life better. Persuasive claims: (refer to chapter on Persuasive Speaking) Organizing fact claims, value claims, or policy claims? Please explain. In addition to using fact, I am primarily using value claims in this speech. I am attaching positive judgement to the subject, which is attending concerts. Organizational Pattern: (refer to chapters on Organizing Your Speech & Persuasive Speaking) Causal, comparison, categorical, criteria-application, motivated sequence, problem-cause-solution pattern, or comparative advantage? Please explain. I will be using the criteria-application approach because I am organizing value claims. Criteria- application approach allows me to establish criteria for concerts and then discuss how they are good for the audience. Message/ Methods of Persuasion: How do you plan to use evidence and reasoning (logos), and avoid logical fallacies? Do you plan to use emotional appeals? (pathos) or credibility (ethos)? (Note: be aware that presentation aids – e.g., 1 Persuasive Speech Outline Template designed by Denise Kreiger and Ralph Gigliotti, SC&I, 12/13
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(refer to chapter on Methods of Persuasion) PowerPoint - are required for this speech.) I plan to use emotional appeals by having the audience think about the
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