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    Title: Caffeine: The pros and cons of consumption   Specific Purpose: At the end of my speech‚ the audience will be educated on the what caffeine is and the advantages and disadvantages of caffeine consumption.   Preview of Main Points: I will be explaining what caffeine is‚ the benefits and the effects it has on us.     Introduction  (Attention Getter) How many for you consume caffeine on a daily basis?      (Central Idea (Introduce topic and relate it to your audience))  In an article from fda

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    Speech/Outline General Goal: I want to inform my audience Specific Goal: I would like the audience to understand the problems with over consuming the product caffeine. Thesis Statement: there are numerous side effects and health problems associated with caffeine. Caffeine should not be consumed to “energize”. Many often turn to caffeine to help‚ and doing so will lead you to become addicted to the substance much like a drug and will affect many aspects of your everyday life. Introduction:

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    Introduction A. Attention Getter: If you drink some kind of caffeine on a daily basis or close to that often‚ please raise your hand. Those you without your hands raised make up a rare percentage of today’s Americans. An article published in the Chicago Tribune on October 19‚ 2011 by Julie Deardorff‚ stated that nearly 90% of Americans drink coffee on a regular basis. B. Relevance Statement: When asked if you drank coffee or another source of caffeine regularly‚ the majority of the class raised their hand

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    Speech Outline Title: Caffeine Specific purpose: To inform my audience about the effects and health issues of caffeine. Thesis: Caffeine can have many different effects on the body depending on the amount of consumption. Introduction A. Attention Getter – How many of you here consider yourself caffeine addicts? How much soda do you drink a day? One bottle? Two cans? More? How about coffee? B. Thesis statement – Caffeine can have many different effects on the body depending on the amount

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    Title: Caffeine Specific purpose: To inform my audience what exactly caffeine is‚ where it comes from‚ the benefits of caffeine and the negative effects of caffeine. Introduction A. Attention material: Do you ever feel like you will never make it through the day without caffeine? Is your first thought in the morning to get yourself a cup of coffee before you can even get your day started? B. Tie to the audience: I am sure that most of you do consume at least one form of

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    Persuasive Speech Against Speeding (Fast Driving) Specific purpose: To persuade the audience that fast driving should be avoided Introduction: No body can deny the fact that going fast in cars is fun‚ and who hasn’t experienced the feeling of the excitment rush in the veins when the wheels start running fast and things almost get out of control ? And on the other hand‚ who hasn’t gone through the sadness of losing a dear person due to fast driving‚ or even the sadness caused by hearing

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    EUTHANASIA SPEECH Euthanasia. Assisted Suicide. Against the law in the UK. Fair? I say no. Euthanasia is when an individual is assisted to commit suicide‚ this is because the individual is in pain due to a terminal illness. People such as Diane Pretty and Tony Nickson were in pain because they had a terminal disease and could not let their family members help them end their life; Fair? I say no. Euthanasia should be legalised so people can be helped to end their life if they choose to. We have a

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    Topic: Positive and Negative Effects of Caffeine General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: By the end of my speech‚ my audience will be better informed of the many positive and negative effects on the human body when drinking an energy drink. I. Introduction A. Attention Grabber: It’s 2a.m and you haven’t even started on the communications assignment due in a couple of hours. You’re sleepy and tired because you just got out of a 12-hour shift over at work. What’s going to give you the energy

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    Do you know why children should not drink coffee? These days lifestyle of children has been changing regarding the way that children drink. Caffeine is one of the biggest problems in the world. Most companies make many things from caffeine such as coffee‚ tea‚ chocolate‚ soda‚ and Energy Drinks. However‚ children under 18 years old don’t know if these things can be dangerous for their health. Children eat or drink these things because parents didn’t tell them that are not good for their health.

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    Whitley Edwards Professor Fox Speech 1010-006 18 Feb. 2013 Informative Speech-Caffeine Outline Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about what caffeine is‚ the effects of it‚ and the withdrawal symptoms. Central Idea: Caffeine can be found in many places and comes in many forms. It can major effects on our body and we can experience major withdrawal symptoms. Introduction I. What does coffee‚ tea‚ soft drinks‚ chocolate‚ and a bottle of medications have in common

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