Mandela Effect Speech Outline

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Title: Outlining Basics
General Purpose: To inform
Specific purpose: To inform the audience about the Mandela Effect
Thesis: The Mandela Effect is a name for an instance where a person or a group of people remember an event, or word, etc. in a different way than it actually happened or is.
I. Introduction
Attention Getter: Have you ever brought up a memory from your childhood to your parents, only to be told that this event never actually took place? Or have you ever thought that a celebrity died a long time ago only to find out they were still alive? You were experiencing something called the Mandela Effect.
Reason to Listen: Whether or not you believe in the Mandela Effect, many people remember the same events with the same details, even though our memories are different from what our history books, news websites, etc. tell us. The Mandela Effect is a possible explanation for these memories.
Speaker Credibility: I personally have experienced this sensation many times, from personal memories, and big events that made the news.
Thesis: The Mandela Effect is a name for an instance where a person or a group of people remember an event, or word, etc. in a different way than it actually happened or is.
Main points: 1. Fiona Boome and and the Mandela Effect, 2. Major memories and personal stories and 3. Possible explanations
II. Body
A. Fiona Boome is a paranormal investigator, one of two people who came up with the term, “Mandela Effect.”
1. Ten years ago, when she
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