Five Consequences Of A Persuasive Speech

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Monroe’s Motivated Sequence has five component to it and each of them having different meanings. This is used in a persuasive speech and using these methods will help us as a speaker. The first step is get attention from your audience to do that you can use stories, statistics that are shocking and questions, that will make your audience want to listen to you. Establishing credibility is important because it supposed to state your purpose.
Step two would be Establish the Need, by doing that is to convince your audience that there is a problem. Using statistics data could be one way to show that there is a problem with the topic you are talking about, tell them about the consequences if they do not make the changes, and show them how the problem can affect them. But do not make them feel uneasy recommend a good idea to solve
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She got that information from researching it on her own and found that “someone undergoes a blood transfusion once every three seconds, which amounts to 3,000 gallons of blood every hour, day and night”. This information shows us how important it is for us to be able to donate blood and many people with different health issues will be able to benefit from blood donation. Conrad, used this information so, she can convince her audience to take action on this big problem. Then she used an example by mentioning a girl named Brooke and mentioned her features so that helps us visualize the girl. Brooke is a cancer patient who is in desperate need of blood donation. Then Conrad said she will not be able to live to go to school, prom and get married she used those examples to try convince audience to donate blood. She says how cases like Brooke is a common thing that is happening and that needs to change and added another statistics in her speech. Then she proceeded to summarize up her speech as the fourth step in the

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