Speech

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Outline Sample 
  
“Volunteering”
General Purpose:  To persuade
Specific purpose: To persuade my audience to volunteer their services to worthy organizations.
Thesis: The need for volunteers is increasing and it is easy to become involved. Today I will be persuading you to become a volunteer.
I.  Introduction
A. How is your time spent during a typical school week?
B.  As you can see, there are some hours in the average school week that aren’t already committed. 
C. Today, I would to discuss how we, as El Centro students, could make better use of those hours through
 volunteering. 
II. Body
A.  (Demonstrate need) Many organizations rely on volunteers.
1. Organizations working with community issues need volunteers:
a. Volunteers are needed to work with groups handling environment problems, drug abuse, illiteracy, and child abuse. (Deluzuriaga)
b. These are lasting social problems that must be addressed. (Deluzuriaga)
B. (Satisfy the need through a solution) I think we agree that there is a problem, but how can we as  students get involved?
1. El Centro College makes it easy for us to volunteer by setting up volunteer activities through Service Learning.
2. The Dallas Morning News spotlights various volunteer opportunities throughout the year. (Lending)
3. Check with the Dallas Volunteer Center for agencies in your neighborhood needing help – anywhere from a few hours a day to a few hours a month. (Lending)
C. (Visualize the results) If we don’t offer our services, some of these organizations may go under.
  1.   Volunteer labor is extremely valuable to an organization because it allows them to sustain existing programs, plus expand the quantity and quality of services. (Strigas) 
 2. Volunteers contribute about 8.2 billion hours–worth about $152 billion a year, offering help to schools and mentoring programs (Kornblum)
 3. One day we or someone or something we love may need their help.
III. Conclusion
A.   Call for action: It’s easy to get involved. 
 1. Determine what short of organization you would like to assist. Use this information to match your personal interests with groups that need your help. 
 2. Call the Dallas Volunteer Center to see what opportunities exist – even if you only have a few hours a month!
  3. Volunteer to assist one of the campus organizations sponsoring a clothing or food drive. 
 4. To make a difference, you only have to be willing to give an hour of your time a week.
B.  Close with impact: “Ask not what your country can do for you …” – President John F. Kennedy
Works Cited
Deluzuriaga, Tania. “Young People Are Volunteering in Unprecedented Numbers.” At Issue: Volunteerism. Ed. Gary Wiener. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. N. pag. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Web. 8 Apr. 2009 
Ezarik, Melissa M. “Mandatory Student Volunteerism Benefits Everyone Involved.” At Issue: Volunteerism. Ed. Gary Wiener. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. N. pag.  Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Web. 8 Apr. 2009 
Kornblum, Janet. “Middle America Volunteers Most, Survey Finds.” USA Today 8 July 2008: n.pag. 
SIRS Researcher. Web. 8 Apr. 2009 
“Lending a Hand.” Dallas Morning News 28 February 2008: 2B. Dallas Morning News. Web. 8 Ap. 2009 
Strigas, Athanassios. “Volunteers Are Highly Effective if Used Properly.” At Issue: Volunteerism. Ed. Gary Wiener. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. 8 Apr. 2009
  
The Research Process for the Persuasive Speech…   . 
1. GENERAL PURPOSE
o Determine what type of speech you are doing: informative, persuasive (for this speech you are doing an persuasive speech)
2. SPECIFIC PURPOSE
o Determine what your topic will be – several of the databases will give you ideas. 
 Example: Benefits of Recycling.
3. THREE MAIN POINTS 
o Need (what is the problem)
o Satisfaction (solutions) 
o Visualization (future with or without solutions)
4. THESIS STATEMENT 
  Example: Recycling is beneficial to the economy, the environment, and is easily done by all of us. Tell the audience what you are persuading them to do.
5. After forming your thesis statement, GATHER INFORMATION:
o From the Library homepage (http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/library), click the pull-down menu for Search Databases, Articles, Websites BY TOPIC. 
o Click on either RESEARCH TOPICS or SPEECH TOPICS or a specific TOPIC relevant to your speech topic (ex: Medicine, Computers). 
o Under each topic, scroll down to Databases & Indexes. Remember, you must use a minimum of 3-4 database sources (ask your instructor how many database sources you will need)!
o Search the databases for relevant information:
· You may need to search several different databases to find all of the information you need.
o Look for information that will provide:
· Attention – startling fact, statistic or story to alert me to this problem 
· Need – 2-3 pieces of supporting evidence to show “why this is a problem” 
· Satisfaction – 2-3 pieces of supporting evidence to show how to “solve the problem”
· Visualization – 2-3 pieces of supporting evident to explain, in detail, how the solutions meet
your needs
· Action – ask the audience to “commit” to the solutions by offering concrete examples of how
the audience can become involved in solving the problem
As you gather information, look for the following types of supporting information:
· Ethos – speaker’s credibility – personal connection to problem – include the “right” and “wrong”
· Pathos – appeal to emotions by using examples – includes understanding or trying to
understand one’s plight caused by the problem
· Logos – appeal to reason by using statistics – the logic, rationale, or reason behind persuasion
by asking the audience to act logically
6.  Create your WORKS CITED as you gather your information. 
· Type your information into NoodleTools – it creates and alphabetizes your citations. 
7. Complete your OUTLINE, using the template provided on page 2.
· Make sure to put the source of statistics, quotes, etc., in parenthetical quotes.
8. Present your Speech.
Speech Outline Template for the Persuasive Speech  .
Now that you have gathered the information for your Speech, you are ready to transfer this information to your outline, using the template provided. Make sure to put the source of statistics, quotes, etc., in parenthetical quotes.
Fill in the template below, using the information that you have gathered. 
Speech Title: ________________________
General Purpose __________________________________________________________
Specific Purpose __________________________________________________________
Thesis Statement __________,..l
ll________________________________________________
I. Introduction
A. Open with impact. Begin focus on the problem/need
B. Connect with audience/Motivate the audience to listen by identifying the intended audience. 
C. State thesis/Forecast your points. Tell the audience what you will be persuading them to do.
II. Body
A. Need: _________________
1. _________________
2. _________________
3. _________________
Transition ________
B. Satisfaction: _______________
1. ___________________
2. ____________________
3. ____________________
Transition _________
C. Visualization: __________
1. _______________
2. _______________
3. _______________
III. Conclusion:
A. Call to Action 
B. Close with imp  
“Volunteering”
General Purpose:  To persuade
Specific purpose: To persuade my audience to volunteer their services to worthy organizations.
Thesis: The need for volunteers is increasing and it is easy to become involved. Today I will be persuading you to become a volunteer.
I.  Introduction
A. How is your time spent during a typical school week?
B.  As you can see, there are some hours in the average school week that aren’t already committed. 
C. Today, I would to discuss how we, as El Centro students, could make better use of those hours through
 volunteering. 
II. Body
A.  (Demonstrate need) Many organizations rely on volunteers.
1. Organizations working with community issues need volunteers:
a. Volunteers are needed to work with groups handling environment problems, drug abuse, illiteracy, and child abuse. (Deluzuriaga)
b. These are lasting social problems that must be addressed. (Deluzuriaga)
B. (Satisfy the need through a solution) I think we agree that there is a problem, but how can we as  students get involved?
1. El Centro College makes it easy for us to volunteer by setting up volunteer activities through Service Learning.
2. The Dallas Morning News spotlights various volunteer opportunities throughout the year. (Lending)
3. Check with the Dallas Volunteer Center for agencies in your neighborhood needing help – anywhere from a few hours a day to a few hours a month. (Lending)
C. (Visualize the results) If we don’t offer our services, some of these organizations may go under.
  1.   Volunteer labor is extremely valuable to an organization because it allows them to sustain existing programs, plus expand the quantity and quality of services. (Strigas) 
 2. Volunteers contribute about 8.2 billion hours–worth about $152 billion a year, offering help to schools and mentoring programs (Kornblum)
 3. One day we or someone or something we love may need their help.
III. Conclusion
A.   Call for action: It’s easy to get involved. 
 1. Determine what short of organization you would like to assist. Use this information to match your personal interests with groups that need your help. 
 2. Call the Dallas Volunteer Center to see what opportunities exist – even if you only have a few hours a month!
  3. Volunteer to assist one of the campus organizations sponsoring a clothing or food drive. 
 4. To make a difference, you only have to be willing to give an hour of your time a week.
B.  Close with impact: “Ask not what your country can do for you …” – President John F. Kennedy
Works Cited
Deluzuriaga, Tania. “Young People Are Volunteering in Unprecedented Numbers.” At Issue: Volunteerism. Ed. Gary Wiener. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. N. pag. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Web. 8 Apr. 2009 
Ezarik, Melissa M. “Mandatory Student Volunteerism Benefits Everyone Involved.” At Issue: Volunteerism. Ed. Gary Wiener. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. N. pag.  Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Web. 8 Apr. 2009 
Kornblum, Janet. “Middle America Volunteers Most, Survey Finds.” USA Today 8 July 2008: n.pag. 
SIRS Researcher. Web. 8 Apr. 2009 
“Lending a Hand.” Dallas Morning News 28 February 2008: 2B. Dallas Morning News. Web. 8 Ap. 2009 
Strigas, Athanassios. “Volunteers Are Highly Effective if Used Properly.” At Issue: Volunteerism. Ed. Gary Wiener. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. 8 Apr. 2009
  
The Research Process for the Persuasive Speech…   . 
1. GENERAL PURPOSE
o Determine what type of speech you are doing: informative, persuasive (for this speech you are doing an persuasive speech)
2. SPECIFIC PURPOSE
o Determine what your topic will be – several of the databases will give you ideas. 
 Example: Benefits of Recycling.
3. THREE MAIN POINTS 
o Need (what is the problem)
o Satisfaction (solutions) 
o Visualization (future with or without solutions)
4. THESIS STATEMENT 
  Example: Recycling is beneficial to the economy, the environment, and is easily done by all of us. Tell the audience what you are persuading them to do.
5. After forming your thesis statement, GATHER INFORMATION:
o From the Library homepage (http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/library), click the pull-down menu for Search Databases, Articles, Websites BY TOPIC. 
o Click on either RESEARCH TOPICS or SPEECH TOPICS or a specific TOPIC relevant to your speech topic (ex: Medicine, Computers). 
o Under each topic, scroll down to Databases & Indexes. Remember, you must use a minimum of 3-4 database sources (ask your instructor how many database sources you will need)!
o Search the databases for relevant information:
· You may need to search several different databases to find all of the information you need.
o Look for information that will provide:
· Attention – startling fact, statistic or story to alert me to this problem 
· Need – 2-3 pieces of supporting evidence to show “why this is a problem” 
· Satisfaction – 2-3 pieces of supporting evidence to show how to “solve the problem”
· Visualization – 2-3 pieces of supporting evident to explain, in detail, how the solutions meet
your needs
· Action – ask the audience to “commit” to the solutions by offering concrete examples of how
the audience can become involved in solving the problem
As you gather information, look for the following types of supporting information:
· Ethos – speaker’s credibility – personal connection to problem – include the “right” and “wrong”
· Pathos – appeal to emotions by using examples – includes understanding or trying to
understand one’s plight caused by the problem
· Logos – appeal to reason by using statistics – the logic, rationale, or reason behind persuasion
by asking the audience to act logically
6.  Create your WORKS CITED as you gather your information. 
· Type your information into NoodleTools – it creates and alphabetizes your citations. 
7. Complete your OUTLINE, using the template provided on page 2.
· Make sure to put the source of statistics, quotes, etc., in parenthetical quotes.
8. Present your Speech.
Speech Outline Template for the Persuasive Speech  .
Now that you have gathered the information for your Speech, you are ready to transfer this information to your outline, using the template provided. Make sure to put the source of statistics, quotes, etc., in parenthetical quotes.
Fill in the template below, using the information that you have gathered. 
Speech Title: ________________________
General Purpose __________________________________________________________
Specific Purpose __________________________________________________________
Thesis Statement __________,..l
ll________________________________________________
I. Introduction
A. Open with impact. Begin focus on the problem/need
B. Connect with audience/Motivate the audience to listen by identifying the intended audience. 
C. State thesis/Forecast your points. Tell the audience what you will be persuading them to do.
II. Body
A. Need: _________________
1. _________________
2. _________________
3. _________________
Transition ________
B. Satisfaction: _______________
1. ___________________
2. ____________________
3. ____________________
Transition _________
C. Visualization: __________
1. _______________
2. _______________
3. _______________
III. Conclusion:
A. Call to Action 
B. Close with impact
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