General Purpose: To Persuade. Specific Purpose: The Look

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GENERAL PURPOSE: To persuade SPECIFIC PURPOSE: The look into the purpose of why having a social life in college is important. INTRODUCTION: (Attention Step) ATTENTION GETTER: Is there ever a time that you’re studying and all you want to do is scream, throw, and break objects in frustration because you have not had a break in over 10 hours and you’re feeling overwhelmed? THESIS STATEMENT: (To have a social life in college + going out, hanging out or chilling with your friends, and getting involved in school + Call to Action) ETHOS: The reason why I am giving this speech is because I strongly believe that having a good time in college, by making friends and having out with them, is part of the college experience. PREVIEW: 1. Importance…show more content…
College can be one of the most stressful times of your life. Everyone needs relax and unwind every once in awhile. Too much stress can result in the feeling of anxiety, which causes no sleep and other symptoms. Socialization helps create a sense of belonging. During college, many people form some of their most meaningful, long-lasting friendships. Friends who have stuck with you through the thick and thin of college life might be some of the best friends you 'll ever make. During college, many people start to make poor lifestyle habits by eating junk food, no sleep, and drinking an excessive amount of alcohol. Socialization isn 't the cure for poor lifestyle habits, it may help you feel better in the long run. According to Value Options, people with strong social ties tend to experience reduced blood pressure, fewer colds and lower heart rates compared to people who don’t socialize. ( c. Each student in this class is a very important factor in the structure of this classroom. Since this class has about 25 students in it, it is much easier to make friends which is what any great classroom should do. The closer we become in class the better stability that we have to do better. According to Laurie Futterman from the Miami Herald, “Students tend to have better
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