Name of Speech: Informative Speech
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my Audience about Cancer. Thesis Statement: Cancer can affect anyone.
I. Attention-Getting Device: About 1,660,290 new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed in 2013, also it is projected that 580,350 Americans will die of cancer this year, that is almost 1,600 people a day. II. Purpose and Thesis: Cancer is a serious disease that may be preventable and curable. III. Credibility and Relational Connection: I’ve became interested in learning the facts about cancer because Thursday, November 15, 2012 I lost my Papaw to cancer and a few months later my Mamaw was also diagnosed with this uncaring killer. IV. Orientation Phase: What is Cancer? The simplified medical definition is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. V. Impact of the Topic and Speech: You may think this can never happen to you, but in Kentucky alone in 2012, 25,160 people were diagnosed with cancer. VI. Preview: I’m going to tell you what cancer is, ways to prevent cancer growth, and different types of cancer treatment. Transition: To start, I will explain what cancer is.
I. First main point as stated in preview in a complete sentence: What is Cancer? A. Supporting information for first main point in complete sentence: Cancer is a condition of uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells due to damage in the DNA. Normal cells grow and divide to replace old or dead cells.
Cancer cells keep growing and dividing. Cancer cells accumulate in one place. The accumulated cells form tumors. Tumors destroy body cells. B. Supporting information for the first main point in complete sentence There are two types of tumors. Malignant and Benign C. Supporting information for the first main point in complete sentence Cancers are classified by what part of the body it originates in. Example: If cancer starts in the prostate then move to another part of the body, it is classified as prostate cancer...
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