Title: Road Rage
Topic: Road Rage
Specific Purpose: To convince the audience to fight “road rage” by increasing driver awareness.
Thesis Statement: Tonight, I want to talk to about road rage, which is becoming a growing epidemic affecting today’s roadways.
Attention Material: “He cut me off.” “She wouldn’t let me pass.” “Nobody gives me the finger.” “I would never had shot him if he hadn’t rear-ended me.” “He practically ran me off the road-what was I supposed to do?” These and many other frightening “reasons” came from those who were associated with incidents that had resulted in injury or death on our roadway from road rage or aggressive driving.
Credibility Material: For my research material I used five different sources. Three of which came from magazines, and the other two from the internet. I don’t really know to much about the authors to vouch for their credibility. However, I did keep in mind the material I looked at, and I found it to pretty consistent with other information I found. So I relied the consistency of the information when I did my research.
Thesis Statement: Tonight, I want to talk to you about roa
Aggressive and dangerous driving patterns are one of the many things that lead to road rage. Fast drivers cutting in and out of lanes. We are always trying to come up with new ways to make every aspect of our life faster and easier with speed, quickness, and no waiting. By focusing on these three main points, I hope to convince those of you who have taken or know someone who has taken place in road rage, to stop before you hurt yourself or someone else. Would you want to lose your life over a parking space 3. 61623; They rely on ordinary people like you and I with no ability to make change individually, but working together as a group to solve the growing epidemic of road rage. So what do we do to protect ourselves How do we avoid it(Transition: This brings me to my final point, ways to combat road rage. quiet road rage, which includes complaining, rushing, competing, and resisting.