Listed below are points for a speech outline. Unscramble them and place them in the correct position on the form on the next page.1. There are existing organizations that students can support to help curb sexual assault rates.1.Student crime watch patrols could help curb rates of theft and assault at night.2.Per capita rates of sexual assault are higher on campus than in many of our larger cities.3.Today we’ve discussed the growing problem of crime on campus, and what we, as students, can do about it.4.Only you can lessen the chances that someday you or someone you love might become another victim.5.As a victim of campus crime myself, I’ve become intimately concerned with this issue, and I have done some research to see how bad the problem really is.6.Only organized student involvement can help stem the tide of crime on campus.7.We students should conduct a campaign against campus crime.8.Last year, seven cars and forty-two bicycles were stolen on campus.9.“Take Back the Night” has been working to raise rape awareness and its effects on women for years.10. The problem of campus crime has been growing steadily for years.11. Can anyone imagine being robbed or even raped at gun-point in your own dorm building?12. Student representatives could help pressure the administration to tighten campus security measures.13. Rates of physical and violent assaults reported have increased 17% since 1990.14. Today, I’m going to talk to you about the growing problem of crime on campus and offer some solutions we can take to help stem the tide.15. “Men Against Rape” needs volunteers to escort women on campus during evening hours.16. Students could form a campus-wide “crime watch” program that works in cooperation with campus security.17. To persuade my audience to conduct a campaign against campus crime.19. Student crime watch patrols could help make everyone feel safer.
Unscrambled OutlineSpecific purpose: Thesis statement: IntroductionI. (Attention strategy) II. (Credibility strategy) III. (Preview)BodyI.A.B.C.II. A.B.1.2.C.1.2.ConclusionI. (Summary statement)
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