Can someone help with my speech writing for the death penalty?

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COMM 110. Public Speaking

 

 

 

Assignment 2

 

 

 

Instruction: This Assignment is designed be a more formal Persuasive Speech. You should pick a side of the issue and work to persuade your audience, through outside research, why they should support that side of the issue.

 

 

 

  1. Students are to research the topic of the death penalty and are to choose a side to argue. If a student decides to argue for the continued application of the death penalty they should argue their points and their reasoning for the death penalty, pointing out the positive aspects and the benefits of such a sentence. If, however, students decide to argue against the death penalty they should argue their reasoning for abolishing the sentence and the negative aspects of the punishment.

     

    The speech is to be at least 3 minutes in duration, but should be no longer than 5 minutes in duration.  The maximum file size is 8mb, if you try to upload a larger file you will get a "Runtime Error" message.

****I just need a paper that is pro death penelty that is at least three minutes long. Also an outline needs to be completed and saved as a seperat file. I'll post it below.****

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title of Speech

Purpose: (Your purpose for this speech)

 

Thesis: (Main Argument that will be covered)

 

 

I. Introduction

 

 

 

 

A. Greeting your audience (simple greeting will suffice)

 

B. Attention grabber (should inflict emotion or raised attention)

 

C. Credibility statement (why you should be trusted?)

 

D. Thesis statement (a sentence detailing the subject that will be provided in speech)

 

E. Preview of main points (what the main points are that you will go over)

 

Transition (signals the transition from the introduction to the body)

 

 

II. Body

 

 

 

 

A. Main point 1 (Detail the first main point)

 

1. Subordinate point (Detail any subordinate points if necessary)

 

a. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

b. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

2. Subordinate point (Detail any subordinate points if necessary)

 

a. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

b. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

Transition (signals the transition from the first main point to the second main point)

 

B. Main point 2 (Detail the second main point)

 

1. Subordinate point (Detail any subordinate points if necessary)

 

a. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

b. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

2. Subordinate point (Detail any subordinate points if necessary)

 

a. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

b. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

 

Transition (signals the transition from the second main point to the third main point)

 

C. Main point 3 (Detail the third main point)

 

1. Subordinate point (Detail any subordinate points if necessary)

 

a. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

b. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

2. Subordinate point (Detail any subordinate points if necessary)

 

a. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

b. Support (any supporting documents or evidence)

 

Transition (signals the transition from the body to the conclusion)

 

 

 

 

 

III. Conclusion

 

 

 

 

A. Signal closing (signal that you are concluding your speech)

 

B. Restate thesis (restate your thesis statement from earlier)

 

C. Review main points (briefly go back over all of your main points)

 

1. Main point 1 (briefly restate main points)

 

 

 

 

2. Main point 2

 

 

 

3. Main point 2

D. Memorable statement or call for action (your final statement to the audience)

 

E. Thank the audience for listening (a simple thank you for your time will suffice)

 

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