Breast cancer persuasive outline - Kaitlyn Thill General Purpose To persuade Specific purpose To persuade people to help find a cure for breast cancer 1

Breast cancer persuasive outline - Kaitlyn Thill General...

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Kaitlyn Thill General Purpose: To persuade. Specific purpose: To persuade people to help find a cure for breast cancer. 1) Introduction a) Attention Getter: “can you imagine everything being perfect in your world? Then one day everything changes. Your mom coming homing from the doctor and telling you that she is diagnosed with breast cancer! b) Relation to Audience: I want to inspire people to take action on helping find a cure for breast cancer. c) Credibility: I lived the tragedy of breast cancer through my mom. d) Thesis: Everyone SHOULD help find a cure for breast cancer. e) Preview of Main points e.i) World is not breast cancer free. e.ii) Volunteer at a fundraising event. 2) Body a) Transition to Problem: There are many problems associated with breast cancer. a.i) The problem is that the world is not breast cancer free! (a.i.1) Every 2 minutes, there is a new breast cancer diagnosis. (a.i.1.a) It is 1/3 of your speech time. (a.i.2) Every 14 minutes, a life is lost to the disease. (a.i.2.a) This is just the time you have to get to your next class from this one.

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