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Furthering your education is a Plus General purpose To persuade Specific purpose To persuade students and teenagers to further their education after high school Central idea By furthering education after high school people are less likely to get Pregnant as teens or before marriage gets put on welfare and are more likely to make better pay INTRODUCTION 1Attention material ATwo brothers Ellis and Kidd both graduated from high school BAfter high school Ellis went on to college and Kidd decided to get a minimum wage paying job while looking for a companion CEllis not only thought of himself but his future and what would be best for him in life All Kidd wanted to do was marry a rich woman and depend on her DTwo years after high school Ellis was still in college studying secondary education On the other hand Kidd had gotten his girlfriend pregnant got married been divorced and was supporting his daughter on welfare EEllis went on to graduate from college become a secondary teacher get married and has an ideal family 2Orienting material ADo to student loans grants and scholarships anyone who sets their mind to it can go to college BBy staying in school and getting a steady job we can reduce the amount of money the government spends on welfare for people who have no education Lets begin by looking at how serious the problem is BODY 1 Not furthering education is causing more families and children to be put on welfare AApproximately five million families and almost ten million children are trapped in poverty hurting them more than helping them BDivorced single or teen parents take in most welfare CAnd most single and teen parents are people who have not well planed out their future or decided to further their education 2 Furthering your education has been proven effective AStudents
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