Address key voices within the conversation—what has been proposed so far? Why have those proposals not been implemented?

This is a Rogerian Argument

Make sure to include the following sections in your presentation:

introduction,
argument/presentation objectives,
claim,
background,
body,
conclusion.

Make sure your presentation includes the following:

A brief background for your topic and the problem you're addressing,
A discussion of the various sides of the debate, including core values or warrants underlying their arguments
The common ground you've identified for those various perspectives
The proposed solution based on that common ground.

Introduce key issues of this problem—why is it a problem? Why has the problem not been resolved already?
Consider key limitations and barriers to solving the problem.

Address key voices within the conversation—what has been proposed so far? Why have those proposals not been implemented?

Address the commonalities of the viewpoints on how to resolve the problem while also addressing the key differences.
Offer your opinion or impression of the proposed resolutions based on close analysis.

Tempt your audience through common ground to consider the solution