Blood Donation

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Informative Speech

Your Name:Tyra Manning-Grate

Organization:Topical pattern.
Topic:Blood Donation
Rhetorical Purpose:To inform my audience on what to expect with blood donation. Redemptive Purpose:To inform my audience how the process of blood donation is simple but life changing for someone else. Exodus 24:8 Moses then took the blood, sprinkled it on the people and said, “This is the blood of the covenant that the LORD has made with you in accordance with all these words.”this vocation or vocational skill can serve as a platform for promoting something that God values, according to Scripture.


I.Today your actions can save a life with a quick and easy process. Emergency rescue is probably the first thing that may come to mind. Blood donation is the simplest way to save a life: a.completed in less than 1 hour

b.somewhat painless
c.can be completed on your own schedule
II. Today, you will receive many aspects of blood donation. III. I will make you aware of the questionnaire and procedures used during the blood donation process. IV. Everyone will become clear on how the process works.

V. I will explain the criteria that is necessary for a person to become eligible to donate blood, the procedure for blood donation, and who will benefit from the blood donation.

I. Becoming a blood donor.
a. Before attending a blood drive or a blood donation center there are general qualifications that an individual must meet. b. An individual must be in overall good health and feeling well on the day of the donation, be at least 17 years of age; upper age 60 weigh 110 pounds; pulse: 80 to 100 beats/min and reg.; blood pressure: acceptable range is 160/90 to 110/60; Cannot donate if you have had a tongue,nose, belly button or genital piercing in the past 12 months (donors with...
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