Specific Purpose: I want my audience to know how they can improve their bowling scores the next time they go out on a Friday night.
Organizational Pattern: Informative
Intended Audience: Comm 101 class
I. Attention-Getting Device: How many of you guys think that you are the world’s worst bowler? I bet you didn’t know that the lowest game ever bowled by a man on ABC men’s league is two. Mike Kappa, of Racine, Wisconsin, accomplished his outrageous score by throwing 18 gutter balls. However Richard Caplette, of Danielson, Connecticut, who threw nineteen in one game, holds the record for the most gutter balls.
A. Point: I would like to inform my fellow classmates about bowling and how they can improve their games while still having fun. B. Adaptation: After my speech, I hope that my classmates will know some helpful things that they can use to improve their enjoyment of the game of bowling. C. Credibility: I have based this speech on some book information and on my own personal experience. I have been bowling for eight years and I have taken a bowling coach certification class. D. Enumerated Preview: In my speech, I am going to talk about the bowling equipment, the basics techniques of the game and some games to help you improve your own bowling game.
Transition: First, I want to talk about the equipment used in the game of bowling.
I. I am sure that all of you know that there is special equipment that is used when you bowl. A. When a person bowls, he or she needs to use the proper shoes. Bowling shoes are made with special soles that allow the bowler to slide on the approach when using proper form. B. Another important piece of equipment is the bowling ball. 1. The bowling ball should be the proper weight proportion to the bowler’s weight. 2. A bowling ball should also be selected that is easy for the bowler to hang on to and release when bowling....
Bibliography: 1. Edgington, Charles. Bowling. Dubuque, Iowa: eddie bowers publishing, inc., 1993.
2. Hustlar, Jack. YABA Coaches’ Manual: Beginning Bowling. Greendale, WI: Young American Bowling Alliance, 1987.
3. Nash, Bruce, Allan Zullo. Gutter Humor: Outrageous But True Bowling Stories. Kansas City, Missouri: Andrews and McMeel, 1994.
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