Curious George Informative Speech

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Informative Speech Outline I. Introduction
a. Attention-getter: We all know that the “good little monkey”, Curious George? He has been around for 65 years according to PBS.com. He is the little monkey that always wonders what is going on in the world. He can always come up with creative ideas and loves his best friend the man with the yellow hat.
b. Thesis: Curious George has been in many of our childhoods, and who is very popular. Today we will be viewing the evolution on the history of Curious George.
c. Preview: Today I will be discussing about the history of Curious George through the books, movies, and t.v shows.
[Transition: let us begin with the history of Curious George through his books] II. Body
A. Main Point #1 the history on the books on
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Main Point #2 the history on the movies: There have been three incredible movies that have been created to obtain the original piece of work form the Reyes. According to the PBS.org website “on 2006 Curious George did his very first full- length feature film”. This film would shortly present opportunities to create sequels on Curious George.
I. The very first movie on Curious George was released on February 10, 2006 with some amazing actors to contribute to the movie like Will Ferrell as the man with the yellow hat. They received very good ratings from commonsensemedia.org that says “Younger kids will like George, and may recognize the plots of several of the classic books woven into the story.” ii. A sequel then continued from the first movie which very distinct plot but contains the same characterizations of Curious George. It was released three years after on “July 10, 2009” according to the IMDb website. It demonstrates the wonder of Curious George as he gets himself into a certain situation as similar to the work from the

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