persuasive speech

persuasive speech - 1 many students fail 2 how to prevent...

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General Purpose: to persuade Topic: campus activities Audience Analysis: Knowledge of: Little knowledge of their benefits Interest in: Not many people are that interested Attitude toward: It’s not worth their time Introduction I. Attention step – How many of you all participate in some sort of extracurricular activity? II. Need Step – Campus activities can benefit you in many ways. III. Thesis statement – Everyone should try and get involved in a college organization, it can be essential to helping your success. Body I. Thesis statement – The time spent in campus activities is well worth it. A. Getting transitioned.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. many students fail 2. how to prevent failure B. Getting involved 1. How to get involved 2. Why involvement is important C. Getting more than you asked for 1. your peer’s influence 2. your personal growth Conclusion I. Putting the effort to get involved in campus activities can be one of the deciding factors to whether or not you succeed in your college experience. II. Now that you know what vital participating in campus activities can be, I encourage you to take a few minutes and find an organization that will benefit you the most and actually get involved....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SP 108 taught by Professor Grant during the Fall '07 term at Montgomery.

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