A Outline Examples
Speech 4 – A Outline Example Persuasion – 1-1.docx
This outline isn’t quite perfect, but it is well-organized and a persuasive speech pattern (problem-solution) is clearly utilized.
Speech 4 – A Outline Example Persuasion – 2.docx
This outline is WONDERFUL! (Though, could have stronger in-text citations).
B Outline Examples
Speech 4 – B Outline Example Persuasion – 1.docx
Citations are well-used, but not properly formatted for verbal use. There are no preview/summary statements, nor are transitions or a reasoning pattern utilized.
Speech 4 – B Outline Example Persuasion – 2.docx
See notes on the outline. Also, no persuasive elements are incorporated and the outline is in preparation (not delivery) format.
C/F Outline Examples
Speech 4 – C Outline Example Persuasion – 1.docx
This outline is mostly in manuscript format and is missing most of the required elements (preview/summary statements, main points, persuasive elements, etc.).
Speech 4 – C Outline Example Persuasion – 2.docx
This student includes too many details, uses many outside statistics without citing them or including a works cited page and did not double-space the outline or include a conclusion.
OPTIONAL RESOURCE – Examples of Each Persuasive Style
This slide share is an excellent resource for being able to differentiate between the different types of organizational styles you will need to utilize for your persuasive speeches. Please briefly review this resource.
Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Example Outline – Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Monroe’s Motivated Sequence is a five-step pattern of organizing a speech; its steps are attention, need, satisfaction, visualization, and action.
This website is a great resource for someone needing a step-by-step breakdown of how to use Monroe’s Motivated Sequence in a persuasive speech. This is a link on the same website shared previously, but actually gives the content for the outline, instead of vague parameters to help you write your own.
Cause and Effect
Example Outline – Cause and Effect
To use the cause and effect persuasive organization method, first present the cause of the problem; then note how the problem affects the listeners. OR identify a known effect; then document what causes the effect.
Example Outline – Refutation
To effectively use refutation, anticipate your listeners’ key objections to your proposal and then address them. (I refer to this as embedding your counterarguments within your key points).
Example Outline – Problem/Solution
To utilize this method, first present the problem; then present the solution.
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