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In this speech, you will be trying to change the way your audience thinks, feels, and possibly change what they do concerning your topic.  Here is a link

In this speech, you will be trying to change the way your audience thinks, feels, and possibly change what they do concerning your topic.  Here is a link to some potential problem-solution topics: Problem Solution Persuasive TopicsLinks to an external site.

I want you to pick three possible topics (they do not have to come from the website above) and list them. Make sure you pick three topics that you are REALLY interested in, so you will be more enthusiastic about doing research on your topic. When thinking about your topic, consider the following:

  1. What are some of the most significant social issues facing my local community, another community that I care about, or society more broadly?

2. Will my audience be persuaded after hearing my speech?

3. Am I interested enough in this subject to research about it?

4. Will I take a ‘pro’ or ‘con’ approach when speaking about my persuasive topic? 

Blogger’s Instructions:

1. Discuss three potential problem-solution topics and explain why you picked them.

2.List a possible website that you might use to back up your argument on each topic and explain how the sources are credible. (No Wikipedia or Google.com – These are not sources. Wikipedia is written and maintained by volunteers and could have inaccurate information. Google.com is not a source – it is a search engine and a company.) 

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