SAMPLE PREPARING OUTLINE:
January 30, 2012
Topic: Internet Pirating
Particular Purpose Declaration: To inform my audience regarding Internet Pirating. Pattern of Organization: Topical ointment Order
I actually. INTRODUCTION:
A. Attention Grabber: (Play sample of duplicate movie on computer. ) How most of you think that we just played out a DIGITAL VIDEO DISC? The truth is which i played a pirated film obtained from the Internet. B. Reveal Topic: Soon we will be talking about the way the Internet can be utilized for pirating movies, music, and software program. C. Credibility Statement: Seems researching this topic for a few weeks. I also have about 2 yrs experience with the using the applications that We will be discussing. G. How topic relates to market: I'm sure that every one of us pay attention to music, watch movies and employ computer software. Seeing that pirating is starting to become so very common, I'll wager all of us know someone who is getting illegally copyrighted material from the Internet. E. Survey of details: Today I am going to discuss: what can be fake, how it's being done, and after that I'll demonstrate legal areas of pirating. [Transition: The initial thing that I would as you to know about are the types of things can be fake from the Internet. ]
A. Primary Point you: People are using the Internet to buccaneer (illegally copy) such things as music, movies, and software. 1 ) Music вЂ“ From 2005 through 2009 alone, around 30 billion songs had been illegally downloaded on file-sharing networks. (RIAA, 2012). That is about 951 songs per second! installment payments on your Play brief example of MP3 song - Ask school if they can tell whether it's pirated. 2 . Movies вЂ“ Explain that you have thousands of films available. Give brief list. Play short clip in the movie Character. 3. Software program вЂ“ Give examples: Applications such as Photoshop, Games like the SIMs, and Call of Obligation. 4. Ask audience intended for other samples of the kinds of things they may have pirated. [Transition: Now that you’ve got an idea of what may be pirated, let's take a look at how people are carrying it out. ] B....
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