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Engagement #5: Sell It!: Monday, April 26 Purpose: For this speech you are going to give a persuasive speech somewhere in between impromptu and extemporaneous. Choose a household item to bring to class. Using Monroe’s Motivated Sequence you will be selling the item for a purpose that is not its original intent. For example, if you bring in a broom, you could sell it as a mode of transportation. Covering each step of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence with one sentence will be enough to receive credit for the assignment as long as you speak to the time limit of a
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Unformatted text preview: minute and a half. Requirements: • Bring one household item to class to sell • You must sell the item for a purpose other than its original intent • Your speech should cover the five steps of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence • You will turn in an outline showing how you follow each of the five steps of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence • In reference to time, you will speak no more than a minute and a half • Be creative! Criteria for Evaluation: Outline: 10 points Presentation: 15 points _________________________________ Total: 25 points...
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