I am familiar with the Monroe Motivated Sequence, which is used to persuade people to take an action. This may be utilized in a speech or a piece of writing. I am interested in learning about other frameworks and templates which make the outlining process easier within the realm of writing: informational, persuasive, or otherwise. If an infographic exists on any of these techniques, I would be delighted if someone can share this with us.
There are a great many systems for structuring the argument of a piece of writing. Each taking different approach to what to structure and how. Some to check out include:
In addition you should look at structured writing generally (you can check out my series on Structured Writing, which will soon become a book).
Also, you should notice that common template exist for expressing all kinds of content. Recipies, for instance, have a well known format that almost everyone follows, and the same is true for many other subjects. If you browse Wikipedia you will notice that there are common templates emerging for articles on all kinds of subjects.