I need help with a Communications question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.
Your outline should be typed, double-spaced, 12 point font. You should follow the Stock Issues format for organizing a persuasive message explained on the next pages. It should be written in APA format and have a minimum of 6 references; those references should be typed and listed in APA format on a separate page. Do not forget to submit your outline via Canvas. BE SURE TO READ ALL 6 PAGES OF THIS HANDOUT!! Page 3 is very helpful in understanding Stock Issues. Your outline should be clean and easy to read/follow. the content and format should be a high level. how to organize what you say, and also your grammar, spelling, and punctuation (G/S/P). how persuasive you are using ethos, pathos, and logos to make your argument. Do your main points align? Are your sub-points consistent? all 6 references are listed in-text as well as on the reference page.
the main points you make in your outline, how you support your main points with evidence/examples (sub-points)). You should always proofread your assignment at least twice- once for content and once for format.
Follow the Stock Issues format of 1) Problem, 2) Causes or Barriers, 3) Solution
Your solution must have an action step that the class can do on their own
Make your information understandable and interesting to the audience
Include appropriate but not overwhelming evidence and information
A list of References must be turned in with the outline in APA format
Your Small Section Instructor must approve your topic prior to turning in your outline
In this outline, you will learn the following Student Learning Objectives:
Generate a well-reasoned, persuasive argument for this audience.
Assess the strength of relative arguments and supporting evidence.
To develop a theoretical framework to the persuasive public speaking process (Stock Issues).
Make connections between the material and your own lives and experiences.
To think critically about how to narrow a topic and present a quality speech.
To competently create and deliver a professional, persuasive presentation.
To gain public speaking experience with effective use of presentation aids.
To create a persuasive message on a relevant, current events topic.
To utilize rhetorical proofs as a means of persuasion (ethos, pathos, logos).