Title| :| Shark|
Order| :| Topical order|
General Purpose| :| To inform|
Specific Purpose| :| To inform our audience about why sharks attack human, type of sharks that usually attack human and precautious steps on how to avoid from being attacked by a shark.| Central Idea| :| Even though the likelihood of you being attack by a shark is low, it is still common and that is why it is important to know why sharks attack human, the type of sharks that attack human and knowing the steps on how to avoid being attacked by a shark.| INTRODUCTION
I. Imagine this,
A. You are happily swimming and playing in the sea with your friends or family. B. Suddenly, something brushes against your leg and you look around but could not identify what it is because the water is a bit murky. C. The next thing you know, someone is being attacked.
II. Shark attacks are common but the probability of you being attack is low compared to being struck by lightning or being stung by a bee. A. On average, 10 people are killed by sharks per year.
B. In 2011, 17 fatalities occurred out of 118 recorded shark attacks. C. Even though the duration of men and women spend their time in the ocean are almost the same, 90% of shark attacks happened to men. III. The information that we are going to share to you today mostly from Discovery’s website and National Geographic’s website. IV. Today, we would like to inform you why sharks attack human, the species of sharks that commonly attack human and how to protect yourself from being attacked by sharks. (Transition: Let’s start with the reasons why sharks attack human.) BODY
I. In most cases of shark attack, it is actually an exploratory bite. A. Large sharks, like Great White Shark, are apex predator; hence they have little fear of any creature they cross path with. 1. Sharks are very curious when they stumble upon something unusual in their territories. 2. Without...