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For Persuasive Speech 2, you will argue the opposite position of your Persuasive Speech 1. For your second Persuasive Speech, you will be taking the opposite stance of your first persuasive speech. So if you argued, "Milk does a body good." The other side would be, "Milk doesn't do a body good." Again you will argue the OPPOSITE SIDE of the topic you chose to persuade us in your first speech. You will be using the same speech format that you used in your first persuasive speech. Again as with the first persuasive speech, the purpose of this speech (60 points) is to persuade your audience by influencing their belief. This speech will require considerable research and skillful use of the methods of persuasion. Special emphasis should be given to evidence and reasoning. This is also an excellent assignment for stressing audience analysis and adaptation. You are encouraged to select topics that are useful and interesting, but remember they need to be legal and appropriate for a college classroom in California. The time limit for the persuasive speech is 5:00-5:30. You will need to turn in a complete preparation outline. (20 points). You will also provide feedback to four other speakers for this assignment (20 points as a replies to four speeches listed in this discussion feed). The speech itself should be delivered extemporaneously from your preparation outline or you may use a brief speaking outline. Evaluation will focus on such basic matters as establishing eye contact, avoiding distracting mannerisms, formulating a sharp specific purpose statement, fulfilling the functions of an introduction and conclusion, limiting main points and arranging them properly, and employing connectives effectively. Persuasive Speech 2- Preparation Outline Submission Instructions: Submit your Persuasive Speech 2 Outline as a file upload to this assignment prompt. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Outline Basics: Claim-to-Proof Format for Speech to Influence Belief Persuasive Speech Introduction: Your introduction is to be written out in its entirety. In other words, your introduction is to be in paragraph format using complete sentences. Make sure you include the following in your introduction paragraph: Attention Getter, Social Significance (Background), Stance (Statement of Topic using either a Policy or Value or Fact Claim), and Signpost (detailed preview of main points). I. State your FIRST CLAIM clearly using a complete sentence. Your claim must be phrased as a fact or value claim. A. You will provide cited EVIDENCE with REASONING. You will use complete sentences. B. You will provide cited EVIDENCE with REASONING. You will use complete sentences. C. You will LINK of your argument claim back to the Main Stance. State your THIRD CLAIM clearly using a complete sentence. Your claim must be phrased as a fact or value claim. A. You will provide cited EVIDENCE with REASONING. You will use complete sentences. B. You will provide cited EVIDENCE with REASONING. You will use complete sentences. C. You will LINK of your argument claim back to the Main Stance. Conclusion: Your Conclusion is to be written out in its entirety. In other words, your conclusion is to be in paragraph format using complete sentences. Make sure you include the following in your introduction paragraph: Review of Social Significance (Background), A Restatement of your STANCE, Restatement of your THREE CLAIMS, and a Sense of Finality. In addition to the above you are to provide a properly formatted APA or MLA reference/works cited list. Also cite your references within your speech both in the outline and out loud in your speech. Six Credible sources are required.

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