Persuasive Speech Outline Madison gurrola, melissa castro, carissa clay

I. Introduction

Context (contribution to biodiversity):

Thesis:

Main reason #1:

Main reason #2:

Main reason #3:

II. Counterclaim

Animal not being saved:

Reason why (constraints):

III. Ecological functions

A. Introduction (topic sentence):

B. Evidence #1:

1. Analysis of evidence A:

2. Analysis of evidence B:

C. Evidence #2:

1. Analysis of evidence A:

2. Analysis of evidence B:

D. Conclusion:

Rhetorical appeals/strategies:

IV. Additional biological, medical, social, etc., appeals

A. Introduction (topic sentence):

B. Evidence #1:

1. Analysis of evidence A:

2. Analysis of evidence B:

C. Evidence #2:

1. Analysis of evidence A:

2. Analysis of evidence B:

D. Conclusion:

Rhetorical appeals/strategies:

V. Cost to conserve/resources required by the species

A. Introduction (topic sentence):

B. Evidence #1:

1. Analysis of evidence A:

2. Analysis of evidence B:

C. Evidence #2:

1. Analysis of evidence A:

2. Analysis of evidence B:

D. Conclusion:

Rhetorical appeals/strategies:

VI. Conclusion

A. Re-stated main thesis:

B. Review of key points:

C. Call to action:

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY AND PHOTO/VIDEO CREDITS

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