Outline for Organ Donation Speech Essay

Words: 996
Pages: 4

Student Name: ashley singer
Speech Type: Persuasive
Organ Donation
Organization Type: Comparative Advantages Pattern
Attention Getter Type: Story, Quotation, or Poem
Conclusion Type: Summary
persuade my audience to give the gift of life and become organ donors.
I. I have always decided i wanted to dedicate my organs to others once i have oassed but it was not until January of this year i learned the true value behind organ donation. II. Last January my brother was pronounced brain dead after slipping into a coma, he was a organ donor and i got to experience first hand the lives that were saved through his generosity. III. According to the U.S Department of Health and Human Services every 10 mintues
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B. Key Terms: 1. Brain Death:
Tissue Recovieries: Eyes, Corneas, Heart Valves, Bones & Skin Grafts.
Organs: Heart, Liver, Pancreas, Kidneys, Lungs and Small Bowel. Transition: Just because the body of your loved ones is not present anymore, they still live on in the lives of others. III. Becoming a organ donor allows you or your loved ones to live on and continue helping others. A. your loved ones continue living through the lives of others:
Warning label: causing the need to randomly talk to strangers 1. becoming an organ, tissue and eye donor truly shares life with others. B. Statistics: 1. Number of people waiting for a transplant overpowers the number of organ donors available:
White: 45%
Black: 29%
Hispanic: 18%
Asian: 7% 2. more then 100 million people are signed up to be a donor in the U.S Transition: Organ donation should be a thought in everyone's mind, we can not use our organs and tissues once we are gone so contribute them to someone that can be saved with your generosity.
I. I want everyone to at least contemplate the option of becoming an organ donor and saving or enhancing the lives of at least 50 other individuals in need. II. registering to be a organ donor is simple and requires minimal time, giving the gift of life is the greatest treasure anyone can recieve, allowing our loved ones to to live on through helping