General Purpose: To demonstrate.
Specific Purpose: To demonstrate to my audience how to make the perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Attention Getter: For those of you that have children, you know this is the easiest, most fun and delicious meal or snack, you could give your child. For those of you that don’t have children yet, take note for future reference, this will be the easiest, most simple meal or snack, you could give your child.
“It is not exactly known when peanut butter and jelly first came together between two slices of bread. But it is know that American Soldiers in WWII were given both peanut butter and jelly in their food rations. (Wikipedia.com) It is thought that the soldiers would combine the peanut butter and the jelly to make the form easier to eat. (voices.yahoo.com/how-perfect-peanut-butter-jelly-sandwich-181507.html)
I- Introduction: My favorite afternoon snack as a kid was my Grandma’s peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
1.) Which us prefers jelly? Who prefers jam? And who prefers preservatives? Do you prefer strawberry? Boysenberry? Peach? Grape? It’s all about personal preference, especially when it comes to the jelly. 2.) What about peanut butter? Do you prefer chunky? Creamy? 3.) Who prefers theirs on white bread? Who prefers what bread?
Transition: Today, I am going to tell you how to make what I consider to be the best peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
II- Body: 1.) Gather your material- a.) One plate b.) One knife c.) Strawberry Preserves d.) Skippy Creamy Peanut Butter e.) Cream Cheese (for those with allergies to peanuts) f.) Two slices of wheat bread. “Studies show that Rye or Pumpernickel bread are not good delivery vehicles for PB&J’s”. (www.seriouseats.com/2007/04/pbj-a-serious-eats-special-rep.html)
Transition: Now that we have collected all of our materials, we can begin constructing our peanut butter and jelly