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ELC590

PREPARATION OUTLINE
PERSUASIVE SPEECH

Student’s Name : MOHAMAD AMIR ASYRAF BIN KAMAL MIHAD


Matric Number : 2019594187
Faculty / Group : FSPU / AAP2243A
Lecturer’s Name : DR SHAZILA ABDULLAH

Speech Title : : Benefits of Coffee


Organisational Pattern : Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Visual Aid : Power point slides
General Purpose : To persuade
Specific Purpose : To persuade my audience to drink coffee
Central Idea : Coffee has a lot of benefits therefore, we should drink it or miss all
the benefits it could give

Introduction

(Monroe’s Motivated Sequence  Attention)


I. Look at this picture. Do you know what this is? Little that we know a little thing like
this could contribute a lot to human. This is a coffee cherry that come from the
coffee tree.
II. We all know what coffee is. To be exact me myself has done some reading on it.
Most of you probably have try Starbuck’s coffees or at the very least know about
it. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Coffee comes from the
coffee plant.
A. Based on the article, What is Coffee?, in the commercial coffee industry, there
are two important coffee species which is Arabica and Robusta.

B. Coffee is considered one of the most popular beverage in the world.


1.According to an article titled Coffee Facts, from the HowStuffWorks
websites concerning coffee, they stated that more than 450 million cups
of coffee is being consumed in United States every day.

III. Based on the same article, they say that after oil, coffee is the world's second-
most-valuable commodity exported by developing countries.

(Transition: Let see why we should drink coffee.)


Body

(Monroe’s Motivated Sequence  Need)


IV. Once upon a time we may heard that drinking coffee is harmful to us but researches
nowadays have proof the opposite.
A. Drinking coffee actually gives a lot of benefits to our health.
1. Firstly, drinking coffee can protect you against Type-2
Diabetes.
a. Nordqvist J. ,(2017) said in his article that a
research by scientists from UCLA ,they identified
that drinking coffee increases plasma levels of
the protein sex hormone-binding globulin
(SHBG) which controls the biological activity of
the body's sex hormones (testosterone and
estrogen) which play a role in the development of
type 2 diabetes.
2. Besides that, coffee can also lower the risk of Alzheimer’s
disease.
a. In the article 20+ Good Health Reasons To Drink
Coffee, it is stated that based on a recent
research they found a compound in roasted
coffee that may be responsible to prevent the
build up of the brain plaque that caused the
disease.
3. Coffee can also lower the risk of liver cancer.
a. Nordqvist J. ,(2017) stated that Italian
researchers found that coffee consumption
lowers the risk of liver cancer by about 40%.
Some of the results also suggest that if you drink
three cups a day, the risks are reduced by more
than 50%.

B. Besides health benefits, there are also other benefits of coffee such as
improving mental alertness and improve your energy level.
1. How can coffee improve your mental alertness?
a. Based on the article Coffee: Uses, Side Effects,
Interactions, Dosage, and Warning, that was
released in the WebMD website, they stated that
coffee is effective on increasing mental
alertness.
b. It is stated that “Drinking coffee and other
beverages that contain caffeine throughout the
day seems to increase alertness and clear
thinking. Caffeine can also improve alertness
after sleep deprivation. Combining caffeine with
glucose as an "energy drink" seems to improve
mental performance better than either caffeine or
glucose alone”.
2. How can coffee improve your energy level?
a. Gunnars K. ,(2018) stated that coffee can help
people feel less tired and increase energy levels.
That’s because it contains a stimulant called
caffeine. He also stated that many controlled
studies in humans show that coffee improves
various aspects of brain function including
memory, mood, vigilance, energy levels, reaction
times and general mental function.

(Transition: So what’s the solution?)

(Monroe’s Motivated Sequence  Satisfaction)


C. You can acquire all these benefits just by simply start drinking coffee. Based
on the article by WebMD,
a. The typical dose of coffee is around 2 cups per day.
1. This is enough to improve your mental alertness for that
day.
b. To prevent other diseases there is other doses recommended but start
slowly.
1. - 3 cups to prevent Parkinson’s Disease
- 2 or more to prevent gallstone
c. If you scared of caffeine go for dark roasted coffee because it contains
less caffeine.
d. Make it to suit your own taste but be careful about the amount of sugar.

(Transition: So what would happen if you don’t drink coffee?. You simply will miss all the
benefits promised by coffee. )

(Monroe’s Motivated Sequence  Visualization)


D. Try to think about it. There will be changes in your life just by drinking coffee
daily.
a. Even by 2 cups a day you will feel the difference.
1. Initially, you may hate the taste or having some problems
with it but slowly it will become a habit.
2. You will acquire the benefits and feelings that you never
had before you start drinking coffee. Try to imagine what
you could gain just from drinking coffee.
3. Basically you might live longer, free from serious
diseases that could possibly attacked you when you get
old and have a healthy life.
i. The article 3 Reasons Why Coffee Is So
Good for You by Park A. stated that the
scientists, led by Robin Poole from the
University of Southampton in the UK,
learned that people who drank coffee
were 17% less likely to die early during
the study period from any cause, 19%
less likely to die of heart disease and 18%
less likely to develop cancer, compared
to people who did not drink coffee.
ii. Other recent studies have linked coffee
drinking to lower rates of heart disease,
early death and diseases like liver
cirrhosis, type 2 diabetes and even
neurological conditions like Parkinson’s
and Alzheimer’s disease. Poole’s group
found that the strongest benefit occurred
among people who drank around three
cups of coffee a day.
iii. The article 3 Reasons Why Coffee Is So
Good for You by Park A. also stated that
the latest analysis, published in the BMJ,
researchers scanned nearly 220 studies
on coffee and found that overall, coffee
drinkers may enjoy more health benefits
than people who don’t drink it.

(Transition: So now we know what kind of life we will be missing if we don’t drink coffee. To
conclude, )

Conclusion

(Monroe’s Motivated Sequence  Action)


I. Coffee contains a lot of benefits that we never aware of, thus we need to start consuming it
now.
II. Let us make drinking coffee as a habit, at least 2 cup a day but start slow.
III. Start today with your next cup of drink.
IV. We can slowly start to lay hold of the benefits of coffee in our life.

References

What is Coffee? (n.d.). Retrieved May 15, 2019, from http://www.ncausa.org/about-


coffee/what-is-coffee

Coffee Facts | HowStuffWorks. (n.d.). Retrieved May 5, 2019, from


https://recipes.howstuffworks.com/coffee-facts.htm

Nordqvist, J. (2017). Health benefits and risks of drinking coffee. Retrieved May 4, 2019,
from https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/270202.php

Coffee: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage, and Warning. (n.d.). Retrieved May 9, 2019,
from https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-980/coffee

Gunnars, K. (2018). 13 Health Benefits of Coffee, Based on Science. Retrieved May 4, 2019,
from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/top-13-evidence-based-health-benefits-of-
coffee

Park, A. (2017). 3 Reasons Why Coffee Is So Good for You | Time. Retrieved May 9, 2019,
from http://time.com/5033881/health-benefits-of-drinking-coffee/

Foster, J. (2018). 20+ Good Health Reasons To Drink Coffee. Retrieved May 4, 2019, from
https://www.caffeineinformer.com/7-good-reasons-to-drink-coffee
List of Articles

1. What is Coffee? (n.d.). Retrieved May 15, 2019, from http://www.ncausa.org/about-


coffee/what-is-coffee

2. Coffee Facts | HowStuffWorks. (n.d.). Retrieved May 5, 2019, from


https://recipes.howstuffworks.com/coffee-facts.htm

3. Nordqvist, J. (2017). Health benefits and risks of drinking coffee. Retrieved May 4, 2019,
from https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/270202.php

4. Coffee: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage, and Warning. (n.d.). Retrieved May 9,
2019, from https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-980/coffee

5. Gunnars, K. (2018). 13 Health Benefits of Coffee, Based on Science. Retrieved May 4,


2019, from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/top-13-evidence-based-health-benefits-
of-coffee

6. Park, A. (2017). 3 Reasons Why Coffee Is So Good for You | Time. Retrieved May 9, 2019,
from http://time.com/5033881/health-benefits-of-drinking-coffee/

7. Foster, J. (2018). 20+ Good Health Reasons To Drink Coffee. Retrieved May 4, 2019,
from https://www.caffeineinformer.com/7-good-reasons-to-drink-coffee