• Persuasive Speech\
    • Internet pornography • Internet filters • Internet privacy issues • The effect of cell phones on society • The effect of iPods on society • The amount of television and other media used by children • Advertising in the public schools • Advertising that targets children • Alcohol or...
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  • cell phone speech outline
    Persuasive Speech Outline Title: Cell Phones General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: After hearing my speech, my audience will be persuaded that cell phones are an existing problem for teenagers that can be solved by collecting phones and education. INTRODUCTION I...
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  • Persuasive
    college town? These topics will be very relevant to your audience members. 7. Pick an issue of interest to the audience. Give a speech about cell phones, or music downloads, or tuition hikes, or something the audience cares about. If they don't care about your issue, they won't be persuaded. 8...
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  • Policys
    phone use in cars should be promoted. There couldn't be enough beauty contests! There is nothing wrong with the Ten Commandments. Welfare mothers should be treated as working mothers. Why - fill in a name - is or was the best head of state. I emphasize that these public speaking ideas do not represent my personal opinion in any way, they are just sample persuasive policy speech topic suggestions....
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  • me, myself, and I
    to involve them in class activities, debates and inculcate in them the art of public speaking. Here are some topics that will help you prepare an impressive persuasive speech or essay. School uniforms should be compulsory. Television: a bane for students. Sex education should be given in school...
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  • Speech
    class activities, debates and inculcate in them the art of public speaking. Here are some topics that will help you prepare an impressive persuasive speech or essay. •School uniforms should be compulsory. •Television: a bane for students. •Sex education should be given in school. •Exams should not be...
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  • Assignment 6
    on school campuses. -Immediate: To persuade my audience to campaign for safer school zones. Using the topic you have selected, explain how a speech seeking immediate action would differ in structure and persuasive appeals from the speech seeking passive agreement. Be specific, and be sure to...
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  • Study Guide
    respect for your instructor and your classmates. 2. Turn off cell phones during speech days and during the instructor lecture. 3. Do not interrupt the speaker or your professor during speech presentations. 4. Use respectful language when criticizing other speeches. 5. Be on time to...
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  • Stuff
    distinguish you as a competent, well-educated person. Skillful communicators are more likely to succeed in school and in the workplace, and are generally more persuasive when addressing issues of public significance. Hence the course has long been central to a liberal education, especially in...
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  • the word
    Popular Persuasive Speech/Essay Topics • Do schools have the right to search students’ lockers? • Should children be given sex education in schools, or should this be the responsibility of the parents? • Reality T.V. shows are damaging to their views. • Sexually suggestive ads should be...
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  • How to Write a Persusive Speech
    PERSUASIVE PRESENTATION ASSIGNMENT 1. TOPIC: a. Your speech must be about a topic you could reasonably persuade someone on in about 5 minutes. (subject to teacher approval) b. No extreme topics (i.e., abortion, gay marriage, religion, etc.) 2. OUTLINE: a. You will...
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  • Speech Outline
    organize a public speech by tailoring the message to the audience ❖ To deliver narrative, informative, and persuasive, speeches ❖ To identify and respond to the interests, needs, and reactions of listeners and adapt to their individual, group, and cultural differences ❖ To critically...
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  • English Syllabus
    unauthorized notes or equipment (programmable calculator, pda, cell phone, etc.) during an examination. • Stealing an examination or using a stolen examination for any purpose.• Allowing another student to have access to one’s work, thereby enabling that student to represent the work as his/her own...
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  • Properly Defend
    products 47.    donate blood 48.    welfare reform 49.    cell phones in cars 50.    no soda in schools 51.    organic foods 52.    change drinking age 53.    change voting age 54.    spanking children 55.    socialized medicine 56.    no more fraternities 57.    premarital sex 58.    living...
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  • texting and driving
    after drinking four beers 4. In my speech I will discuss the dangers of cell phone use while driving , scary statistics, a real life example, laws concerning cell phone use, and the preventive measures used to ensure that you don’t ruin your life, along with the lives of others for a silly text message...
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  • Informative Speech
    were drawn. 109 persuasive During the contest Chai rperson Audiences are permitted and encouraged. Before the round begins, request that all cell phones be turned off. When a speaker has entered the room to give their speech, the chairperson/timekeeper should announce to the judges the name of...
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  • Class Notes
    * Use the speaking skills we have been working on * Use notecards * Find three visuals for the cell phone assignment to add in * One photograph * Title above the photograph * Caption underneath * Highlighting the portion of the assignment that...
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  • Presuavtive
    that a mother was texting on her cell phone, with her two kids in the car, and caused her to crash into a motorcyclist that was in serious injuries. B. Besides texting and driving, adults and students are easily distracted from work and/or school. 1. On September 2011, Chris Gayomali...
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  • challenges faced by youths
    speech. 2. You may choose from one of the topics below. a. Why banning the use of cell phones while driving should be mandatory nationwide b. What I see as the biggest challenges young adults face today c. Increased dependence on technology in the U.S. d. Bullying in schools. e. Gun laws in the...
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  • Trachea
    material from class. Students are encouraged to copy all material before submitting it to me. • All cell phones must be turned off upon entering class. Not silenced, not vibrate- OFF. • No food allowed in the classroom. ASSIGNMENTS AND GRADING Declamation speech 15% Informative speech...
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