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Informative Speech Outline Global Warming

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Title: Global Warming
Specific Purpose: To inform the audience about three issues of how global warming is affecting our weather, animals, and our future. Thesis: According to National Geographic Average temperatures have climbed 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit around the world since 1880 and by 2050, rising temperatures could send more than a million of Earth's land-dwelling plants and animals down the road to extinction. Introduction

I. Open with Impact: Is the climate warming? The impacts of global warming will be felt across the globe.

A. The effect of global warming driving animals into extinction B. A rise in the amount of extreme weather disasters
C. The change it will cause to the earth in the future

II. Connect with the Audience: Do you think Global Warming poses a threat to you? According to National Geographic Average temperatures have climbed 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit around the world since 1880 and by 2050, rising temperatures could send more than a million of Earth's land-dwelling plants and animals down the road to extinction.

III. Credibility Statement: Studies of Global Warming have gained my interest within the past few years due to the extreme heat and natural disasters around the world.

IV. Preview: Today I will be talking about the affect of Global Warming driving our animals in to extinction, a rise in the amount of extreme weather disasters around the world, and the change it will cause to the earth and our family’s future.

Transition: Let’s begin with my first point –

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I. Main point: How the effects of Global Warming will drive our animals into extinction, increase the amount of extreme weather disasters, and the change it will cause to our future.

A. “Global Warming Fast Facts” (National Geographic News, June 2007)

1. Average temperatures have climbed 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit around the world since 1880. 2. Arctic ice is rapidly disappearing, and the region may have its first...