Specific Purpose: To inform the audience of the punk rock culture.
Thesis: The punk rock culture is something that you all have probably been exposed to, but may not know much about.
Organizational Pattern: Topical
A. Attention Getter: Sex, drugs, and rock n' roll. Chains, studded belts, and Chuck Taylors. Mohawks, mosh pits, and social defiance. What kind of person do you think of when you hear these phrases? B. Relevance: Whether you were watching MTV, at a local concert, or walking through the Quad here at Illinois State, I am sure that you all, at one point, have encountered someone who considered themselves to be part of the punk rock culture. C. Credibility: Personally, I have been interested in the punk rock culture since 1990, when I saw live footage on the news of a riot in North Hollywood, California. The riot was started by the audience of a punk rock concert, and had they turned North Hollywood to chaos. D. Thesis: The punk rock culture is something that you have all probably been exposed to, but may not know much about. E. Preview: Therefore, we will talk about the history of punk rock, rock out with the founders of it, and sing of the effects that punk rock has had on society.
Transition: To begin, we will talk about the history of punk rock.
First, we will chronicle the beginnings of punk rock.
According to Eric Jaffe of In Music We Trust online magazine, punk rock surfaced in the early months of 1975. 2.
Also, he talks about who started the punk rock revolution. This is a topic that most people have very different opinions about. However, everyone can agree that punk music started in either New York City or in Great Britain. This is something that we will go over later in the speech. 3.
There are many answers as to why punk rock music came about. a.
Eric Jaffe lends the idea that the popular bands of the late sixties and early seventies, like The Who, helped to give a certain sound to the first...
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