Informative Speech/Outline Vegetarians
General purpose: To inform.
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about two top types of Vegetarians.
Central Idea: There are two top types of Vegetarians: vegetarian and vegan.
Introduction There are vegetarians all over the world. They just want what most people want: good food and a choice. And some people become vegetarians because of their religion, their culture, and the place they live. There are different kinds of vegetarians. Some vegetarians do not eat beef or red meet, but they eat chicken and fish. Some do not eat red meat, chicken and fish, but they eat cheese, butter, eggs, milk, and other animal products. Other vegetarians do not use anything that comes from an animal. Some don’t wear wool because it harms the sheep, don’t use silk because it hurt silkworms, and don’t eat honey because they do not want to hurt bees. Other vegetarians only eat vegetables; however, they do not kill plants. For examples, they will not eat carrots or potatoes because when they pick them, the plant dies. They will eat apples or pears because picking them does not harm the plant. Some vegetarians do not kill or hurt any animals – not even fly or a mosquito! Can you believe? There are many different types of vegetarians, and there are many different people, who are vegetarian. According the research of Vegetarian Research Group in 2012 the number of Americans who are vegetarian is about 8.8 million.
Connective: Today I would like to tell you about two top types of vegetarians: the first is vegetarian and the second one is vegan.
1. The first group is vegetarian.
A. Pescatarian. The world “pescatarian” is occasionally used to describe those who abstain from eating all meat and animal flesh wish the exception of fish. B. Flexitarian/Semi-vegetarian is a term recently coined to describe those who eat a mostly vegetarian diet, but occasionally eat meat, but only chicken and fish. C. The next is
Bibliography: 1. The Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom. 2. Laura K. Lawless “About The Veggie Table”. 3. MedicineNet, Inc. 4. VegFamily Journal. 5. Vegetarian Research Group, Vegeterian Times. 6. The Nemours Foundations.