purpose: To explain to the audience the consequences for students created by a lack of parking.
- Academic consequences
- Emotional/psychological consequences
- Financial consequences
Speech purpose: The purpose of my speech is to have the audience be able to identify
the different parking permits available to students.
- economy parking sticker
- the "silver" pass
- the "gold" pass
- the "platinum" pass
purpose: After hearing my speech, the audience will be able to identify parking problems related to the time of day you come
- Morning rush-hour problems
- Change of class problems
- Problems after dark
Speech purpose: After hearing my speech, the audience will be able to explain
the development of the parking problem.
- Fall 1997—Enrollment increases dramatically
- Summer 1998—Building construction eliminates parking
- Fall 1998—New Buildings shift parking needs
purpose: After my speech, the listeners will be able to describe the parking areas on campus.
- The farthest lots—general student parking
- The outer lots—graduate students
- The inner lots—faculty
Speech purpose: The purpose of my speech is to
explain to the audience the parking problems on campus.
- (Causes) A parking shortage was created by two interrelated causes
- (Effect) Students who pay significant parking fees are often unable to…
*May be organized the opposite way, such that effects come first
and then the causes are explained.
purpose: After hearing my speech, the audience will support my proposal for an effective solution to the campus parking problem.
- (Problem) Students are unable to find parking places within reasonable time.
- (Harm) The increasing inconvenience in time caused by insufficient parking
is causing undue hardship on many students.
- (Significance) Students pay a lot for a service the University does not deliver.
- (Cause) The University has failed to incorporate parking needs into the University
plan as the student population has grown.
- (Solution) I propose that the University increase its parking facilities
- (Description) A central parking garage would help students get to class on time.
- (Feasibility) Several other universities have used parking garages.
- (Advantages) Students can arrive to class on time and the University can make
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