HPD 111 – PUBLIC SPEAKING ENGLISH
Friends and friendship.
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about who are friend, and what is friendship. Central Idea: friends are people whom will always be at your side whenever you need to express or share your feeling and do some activities with them.
I. It was a few years ago when I saw a group of teenagers do some bully to a teenager. However, that teenager didn’t report their activities to police but he got back up by some other teenagers whose are his friend came to help him out. II. When I saw this incident, I have learnt that friends are essential whenever we are in pinch. III. They could help us out whenever we in serious trouble. IV. Today, I would like to inform you about friend and friendship.
(Transition: Let’s start with the first point about friendship.)
I. Friendship is a blessing for us.
A. Friends will help us whenever we are in a pinch.
1. True friends will help us from any trouble.
2. Friends will challenge us to attain our original limits with encouragement when we allow ourselves not to go beyond our reasonable boundaries.
B. They will cheer us when we’re sorrowful or depressed. 1. Friends will motivate us when we’re ready to give in, and they can provide for us when life falls apart. 2. Friendship is a blessing, and a friend is the channel through whom great emotional, spiritual, and sometimes even physical blessings flow.
(Transition: Now you knew that friendship is like blesses to us, let’s look about the other meaning of friendship.)
II. Friendship is everlasting relationship.
A. Friendship is the only everlasting feature in the world. 1. Friends will try to find new ways to make you not to fall into depression. 2. Friends can also make us realised that depression won’t help us from solving any trouble.
B. Friendship will grow slowly as we experienced new things with...
Bibliography: Albert, Prakash (2010). Friends and Friendship - Who are friends, and what are friendship.
Lepp, Ignace (1966). The Ways of Friendship. New York: The Macmillan Company.
L 'Abate, Luciano (2007). Friendship, social support, and health. Low-cost approaches to promote physical and mental health: Theory, research, and practice. (pp. 455–472). xxii, 526 pp. New York.
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