Against Marajuana

Against Marajuana
This is a very specific research paper that is a debate against Marijuana. My partner will do For Marijuana. and I will do Against Marijuana. This paper has to be exactly how the teacher depicts on The instructions in the links. i added. PLease Read the Instructions very carefully and make sure to add everything it needs. Aldo measure to include the topic map. which you can do it seperate from the Research outline.
Preparing an Effective Persuasive Presentation
Prof. Betty Eugene
SPC
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HOW TO GET AN
“A”
ON THE FINAL PRESENTATION
First-Things-First
? Remember these three rules as you go over your
outline.
1. Every symbol must be accompanied by a complete
sentence.
2. Each symbol must have no more than ONE sentence.
(Symbols in the introduction no more than three. Sub-sub
points, no more than two).
3. Keep each sentence short and simple. Remove any
unnecessary filler words.
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Elements of a Persuasive
Presentation
? Wording the General Purpose
? Wording the Specific Purpose
? Wording the Thesis Statement
? Introduction
? Body
? Citations
? Conclusion
? Transitions
? Reference Pages
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Wording the General Purpose
? You General Purpose is to persuade.
? It must be short and simple.
? For example:
? To persuade my audience to stay away from drugs.
? To persuade my audience that aliens exist.
? To persuade my audience to support an increase in the legal driving
age.
? To persuade my audience that abortion is wrong
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Wording the Specific Purpose
? Remember you are persuading not informing, therefore, you must
avoid “informative terms”
? Informative terms
? Describe, identify, define, explain, etc.
? Word your specific purpose correctly. Choose the right verb to
represent your audience’s behavioral outcome (Support,
Oppose, Believe or Do Something).
? At the end of my presentation my audience will be ENCOURAGED TO…
? At the end of my presentation, my audience will be encouraged to stay away
from drugs.
? At the end of my presentation, my audience will be encouraged to believe aliens
exist.
? At the end of my presentation, my audience will be encouraged to support an
increase in the legal driving age.
? At the end of my presentation, my audience will be encouraged to believe
abortion is wrong.
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Wording the Thesis Statement
? Remember the thesis is a proposition!
? Make sure your thesis statement is a claim
? Make sure your thesis statement is a complete sentence.
? Use the same words in your thesis as your General Purpose
and Specific Purpose.
? In my opinion:
? Everyone should stay away from drugs.
? Aliens exist.
? The legal driving age should be increased.
? Abortion is wrong.
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Introduction
? Remember, only Roman Numerals.
? Each Roman Numeral must be accompanied by at least one complete
sentence. NO MORE THAN TWO SHORT AND SIMPLE SENTENCES.
? I. Grab our attention with a story, a question, or a startling statement.
? II. Tell us why the topic is important to us. Use words such as “you.”
? III. Tell us your qualifications. Remember, in addition to your experience and/or
education, I’m looking for a statement similar to this: I have done the research.
? IV. State thesis and preview your three main points.
Remember, your main points must answer the question your thesis statement is asking.
For Example: Everyone should stay away from drugs.
Question: Why should everyone stay away from drugs?
I. Drugs are bad for the body
II. Drugs are addictive.
III. Drugs can alter moods and perception.
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BODY
The body is the most important part and should be prepared FIRST!
? The body must follow the proper structure.
? Main points are represented by roman numerals.
? Main points are always ONLY ONE GENERAL SENTENCE.
? Think of a main points as a title that you came up with.
? The main points should not be specific.
? The main point should be your idea not someone else’s and
therefore does not need a citation.
? The main points must be written in complete sentences
? The main points must be parallel to one another.
? Signpost
I.
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B.
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Transition
II.
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A.
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1.
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2.
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B.
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1.
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2.
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Transition
III.
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A.
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B.
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Transition
? The example on the left is just an example. ? You must, however, follow all three principles.
Principle of division: ? For every 1, there is at least a 2. ? For every I, there is at least a II. ? For every i, there is at least a ii ? For every A, there is at least a B. ? For every a, there is at least a b.
Principle of Subordination ? Use correct margins ? Use only numbers and letters ? Organize numbers and letters in proper order.
Principle of parallelism ? Sentence structure remains the same for all main
points.
? All symbols must be accompanied by complete
sentences. ? For example:
I. Drugs are bad for the body.
II. Drugs are addictive.
III. Drugs can alter moods and perception.
BODY
? SUPPORT, SUPPORT, SUPPORT, SUPPORT.
? FACTS, FACTS, FACTS, FACTS
? EVIDENCE, EVIDENCE, EVIDENCE, EVIDENCE.
?YOU WILL FAIL IF YOU DON’T
HAVE ENOUGH SUPPORT!!!!
? EXAMPLES, CASE STUDIES, AND
STATISTICS ARE NEEDED TO
SUCCEED!!!
BODY
? EACH MAIN POINT MUST…
? HAVE AT LEAST TWO FACTUAL EXAMPLES.
? FACTUAL EXAMPLES INCLUDE STORIES, STATISTICS, CASE
STUDIES.
? HAVE AT LEAST ONE CITATION.
? BE WRITTEN IN YOUR WORDS AND SUPPORTED BY
FACTS.
? NOT BE VAGUE
? NOT LACK SUBSTANCE
BODY
? THE FOLLOWING ARE EXAMPLES OF VAGUE IDEAS AND IDEAS
LACKING SUBSTANCE.
I. Drugs are bad for the body.
A. Drugs can make you sick.
1. Some side affects of drugs are headaches and cramping.
2. Another example of a side effect is feelings of drowsiness.
B. Some people can become paralyzed by drugs.
1. People might not be able to walk.
2. People might not be able to breathe.
The above example will NOT WORK IN A PERSUASIVE
PRESENTATION.
? Avoid words like some, many, and most without providing a numerical value.
? Give actual stories, and case studies when introducing examples.
? Provide concrete information and facts instead of vague ideas.
BODY
I. Drugs are bad for the body.
A. Drugs can make a person sick and can even be lethal.
i. Aspirin which is a common over the counter drug has significant side
effects. According to Huskisson and Wojtulewski, “Known side effects
of aspirin include tinnitus, deafness, and gastrointestinal disturbances”(698).
ii. In children, acetaminophen, a chemical found in tylenol has been known to
cause autism (Good 364).
iii. “A hundred thousand people die every year because of adverse drug side
effects” (Langreth and Herper 62).
B. Drugs, such as Botox can lead to serious complications.
i. On October 21, 2009 Richard Hart a patient of Dr. Yi Pan sued because he
was rendered paralyzed after receiving 300 units of botox for a medical
condition he has called torticollis, which is a disease that causes problems
in the neck (The Lowe Law Firm).
ii. A study using mice as experimental subjects found that, although
there were some positive effects as a result of the use of botox, bone
loss happened gradually over time with continued use (Warner,
Sanford, Becker, Bain, Srinivasan and Gross).
The following is an example of substantive information that includes facts and evidence as
well as citations.
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CITATIONS IN THE BODY
? Remember, if its in the reference page, it must appear in the
body, and if it’s in the body, it must be mentioned verbally in
the speech!!!!
? In parenthesis at the end of the sentence place the author’s
last name and page number. If there is no page number, place
only the last name in parenthesis. If there is no name, place the
first few words of the title.
? The period goes after the parenthesis.
? For example
? (Brown 9).
? (Smith).
? (Where the wild things are).
CITATIONS
? Paraphrase as much as possible.
? Put information in your own words and cite the source.
? If you gather information from another source and place
it word-for-word into your document, place quotation
marks around the statement.
SIGNPOSTS
? Sign posts goes before the body.
? It tells your audience where you are and where you are
going.
? In my first point I will discuss how drugs affect the body.
? To begin my presentation, I will look at the affects of drugs on
the body.
? First, lets look at how drugs affect the body.
TRANSITIONS
? Transitions connect two ideas.
? For example,
? I. Drugs are bad for the body.
? II. Drugs are addictive.
? We looked at the affects on the body, let’s take a look at how
addicting drugs can be.
? Not only are drugs bad for the body, but they are also addicting.
CONCLUSION
? I. Restate thesis and main points.
? II. Close
? For Example:
I. Today, we looked at why everyone should avoid
drugs. We saw how they are bad for the body, how
they can lead to addiction, and how they can alter
mood and perception.
II. If ever you are given the choice between natural
methods and chemical products to cure disease, why
not choose natural?
References
? Must be in alphabetical order by author’s last name or
title.

 
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