What age should children be allowed to have a cell phone?

Introduction I.      Attention Getter Question, statistic, example, story, etc. to grab audiences’ attention and most importantly, their interest II.    Thesis Statement The all-encompassing statement of what your speech is specifically about. III.  What’s in it for them statement Provide your audience with a reason or reasons why your speech is something they should listen IV. Establish speaker Credibility Statement that explains why the audience should believe you are qualified in providing the correct V.   Preview of Main Points State your main points in 1 sentence   Transition: Provide an indication that you are done talking about your introduction/ preview of main points and are moving into your first main point. This should be a full sentence.   Body I.               Main Point One Write a sentence explaining what your first point is. A. Sub-point Story, statistic, research, reference, etc. about first main point 1.Supporting Point Add supporting-points if needed these further explain, prove, or expand                        B.  Sub- point                                     1. Supporting Point                                      2. Supporting Point                         C. Sub-point                                      1.Supporting Point Transition: Provide an indication that you are done talking about your first main point and are moving into your second main point, try to find the connection between ideas. This should be a full sentence. II.             Main Point Two. Write a sentence explaining what your second point is. A.   Sub-point Story, statistic, research, reference, etc. about second main point 1.     Supporting Point Add supporting points if needed these further explain, prove, or expand B.    Sub-point 1.     Supporting Point Transition: Provide an indication that you are done talking about your second main point and are moving into your third main point, try to find the connection between ideas. This should be a full sentence.   III.           Main Point Three Write a sentence explaining what your third point is. A.   Sub-point Story, statistic, research, reference, etc. about second main point 1.     Supporting point Add supporting points if needed these further explain, prove, or expand B.    Sub-point 1.     Supporting Point  Transition: Provide an indication that you are done talking about your third main point/body of speech and are moving into your conclusion/review of main points. This should be a full sentence. Conclusion   II. Review of Main Points Restate your main points in 1 sentence III. Clincher / Closer Question, Story, Call to action, Quote, Example, Connect back to Attention-getter, etc. to have the audience keep thinking about your speech after you give it

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