American Red Cross Speech Outline

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Sedfrey Robles General Purpose: To Inform Topic: American Red Cross Statement of Specific Purpose: To inform the class about Red Cross and how that organization have helped many people. Thesis Statement: American Red Cross is one of the most helpful organizations here in the U.S. because it help/save many people with providing blood, shelter, support and tips to help us in terrible situation. I. Introduction a. Attention Getter - 5 amazing things red cross does to help and they help disaster relief, supporting military families, provide lifesaving blood, international service and give some health and safety services. b. State Topic - I'm going to inform the class more about the American Red Cross on how they are helping people. c. Establish Importance …show more content…

Preview Key Points - I'm going to tell you more about why the Red Cross is very helpful and why you should learn more about it. I will explain what they do to help. II. Body a. The Problem i. State idea clearly: The Problem is natural disaster happening throughout the world like for examples there are many fire, floods, earthquakes, tornados, explosions happening. The blood people need and international problem. The health and safety people are in. ii. Support idea 1. This is very serious because disaster is happening everywhere. People need blood to live and every 2 seconds someone in the U.S needs blood. There are health and safety happening like someone choking, not breathing or having no pulse. There are steps you should do when you see anything wrong like an accident. 2. This is very widespread because there are many people are affected by natural disaster. There are also lots of people in very serious accident and the American Red Cross is there to help. iii. Summarize idea - There are many problems happening in this world. Transition Statement: There are natural disaster happening left and right and having to deal with accident too is a lot and there are many reason why it is happening. b. The

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