Peace Corps Persuasive Speech

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Persuasive Speech Cole Easley Topic: Why You Should Join the Peace Corps Organizational Pattern: Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Introduction I. Attention Getter: II. Listener Relevance: By joining the Peace Corps, you will be able to travel the world and help people at the same time. III. Speaker Credibility: I have studied the Peace Corps extensively, considered joining instead of going to college and I also plan to join after college. IV. Thesis Statement: When you join the Peace Corps you are helping others and yourself. V. Preview: I am going to tell you why you need to join the Peace Corps by describing the problem, giving you the solution, and helping you understand the perks of joining. Transition: First, I will tell you the problem. Body I. First Main Point: There are millions of people who need help around the world. There are also millions of people like me who would love to travel the world for low prices. A. Over 100 million people in the world have no form of shelter whatsoever. According to Global Issues Organization, about 72 million children of primary school age in the developing world were not in school in the year 2005. Nearly 1 billion people…show more content…
Conclusion I. Thesis Restatement: There are many people who need help in the world and we can provide that help by joining the Peace Corps. II. Main Point Summary: I have told you the problems that you can fix when you join the Peace Corps, the solution to this problem, and how joining the Peace Corps will help you. III. Clincher: *Remember: Each main point must contain listener relevance. Let your audience know why the information you’re giving them is important to them. Remember, you’re trying to persuade your audience! *ALSO: You must include a minimum of two principles of persuasion somewhere in your speech. Please mark where you use them on your
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