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Public Speaking Class: Monroe's Motivated Speech On Organ Donation (Speech Presentation Sample)


This assignment is for my Public Speaking Class. I live in California, so would be good to have sources related to his state.
Monroe's Motivated Sequence Outline/Term Paper
Purpose Statement: To persuade my audience to……
Thesis: This is what you are trying to prove in your speech….
I. STEP ONE ATTENTION GETTER: Grab audience attention
A. Attention-Getter:
B. NO PREVIEW OF YOUR MAIN POINTS just smoothly transition into step 2 (Example: There is
currently a crisis in education…. the plant is undergoing some dire and serious changes….There is a growing epidemic of obesity in this country)

II. STEP TWO: Identify the Problems (Identify the extent of the problem. Show that a problem exists that needs to be solved. DO NOT tell people the solution, just inform your audience on how severe the problem is) A. (First Problem)
1. (Description of Problem)
2. (Use facts/evidence or personal story for support)
(Transition: into next problem. Example: Obesity doesn't just effect people waistlines it also effects our economy as well…)
B. (Second Problem)
1. (Description of Problem)
2. (Use facts/evidence or personal story for support)
(Transition into STEP 3- the solution that satisfies the NEED. Example: Despite these overwhelming challenges our planet faces, there is a solution)
III. STEP THREE: Propose a solution that can deal with the problems you outlined earlier
A. (Describe the solution)
i. (How does this solution solve the first problem you mentioned”)
1. (If needed: Use facts/evidence or personal story for support)
ii. (How does this solution solve your second problem?)
2. (If needed: Use facts/evidence or personal story for support)
B. (Identify any OBJECTIONS to your Solution (cost, time, effort) that your opponents would cite. Example: Some people may argue that the government should not invest in education because it is too expensive, however they are wrong….)
i. (Solution to Objections: Tell us why people who believe differently
than you are wrong. Cite evidence or a personal story if you believe it will help)
(Transition into STEP 4: help the audience VISUALIZE the result of your solution. Example: There are benefits if we adopt this solution OR There are consequences if we do not adopt this solution)
III. STEP FOUR: Visualize Results
A. (Describe what your solution will do if the policy is ADOPTED and/or what will happen if we do NOT ADOPTED-choose one! Use VIVID description and details to reveal what will happen)
(Transition into the final and end of your speech STEP 5: what your audience can do to solve the problem. Example: We can make this change occur but only if you help OR We can prevent these consequences but only if you act…)
IV. STEP FIVE: Identify Specific Actions-
A. (Call to action, what should your audience do? BE BREIF AND TO THE POINT this action should be realistic and something your audience can do TODAY. Example: You should all sing a petition, call your senator, vote on this measure, engage in his behavior, etc, PICK ONE)
1. What can your audience do to execute this call to action?
i. (Step 1: What should they do first?)
ii. (Step 2: What should they do second?)
2. (Memorable Close: WOW! Your audience.)
Don't forget your references on a separate page!
Must turn in a hard copy on the day of your presentation day or otherwise receive a zero for this paper.


Monroe's Motivated Speech on Organ Donation
INTRODUCTION  I. STEP ONE ATTENTION GETTER A. Attention-Getter:  Do you know that organ donation (for transplantation) can save lives, well more be done to improve organ donation while providing support to the donors’ families B. There is shortage of organ donors, and lack of public awareness on organ donation, and some even believe that the system is not transparent that they are unwilling to register as organ donors. Additionally, there are cultural and religious beliefs that need to be considered in proposed organ donation legislative proposals, as these factors influence how people make decisions on the matter. II. STEP TWO: Identify the Problems 1. Description of Problem – The number of people on the waiting list is high
2. According to United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), 20 or more people die in the U.S per day while waiting for organ transplants, yet one donor can save up to eight lives.
The intended organ donation recipients wait up to years to get viable organs, and this is especially for kidneys yet the issue has not received much attention in the media. Even when there are donations, there is evaluation to determine that there are organ matches to avoid rejection, while there is also low organ registration. B. Second Problem – Low organ donation registration 1. Description of Problem
While California has organ donation registries, organ donation is lower than expected, and there are proposals in European countries where there is presumed consent unless they opt out after registration have been controversial 2. According Chatterje et al (1327) state policies to encourage organ donations have been ineffective and there is a need for other strategies that increase donation rates Transition
Even as there is lack of public awareness on organ donation and public willingness, raising awareness on the benefits of organ donation might change attitudes and encourage more people to donate their organs when they and their families consent (Callison & Levin, 72).
III. STEP THREE: Proposed solution A. I Propose that an education funded campaign be set up, within the state of California first using public funds, but allowing voluntary monetary donations. i. Solving the first

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