Walt Disney Informative Speech Outline

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Vicky Kendirjian
Informative Speech Outline
Topic: Walt Disney
English 203
Dr. Samira Shami

Purpose
At the end of my speech, the audience will be knowledgeable of Walt Disney’s life, including his starting point, failures and finally the great achievements, which are being reflected for decades and many generations including us are witnessing them. Introduction
“All our dreams can come true - if we have the courage to pursue them.” Claims one of the world’s most influential, legendary, and heroic person in the field of entertainment industry. For him it all started with an enormous imagination and a small little mouse; which then needed a friend, a loyal crew, and even a sweetheart to make his life more interesting and full of fun!
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Preview The speech will include the major events of Walt Disney’s life; his beginnings, career onwards, and finally the achievements of such fruitful and prosperous working years.

Body Outline
I. A boy with many dreams.
A. Walt Disney’s early life.
1. Walter Elias Disney was born on the 5th of December, 1901 in Chicago Illinois. He grew up in a farm with his parents and siblings (one sister and three brothers).

2. At his early ages (only 7 years old), he showed his love towards drawing. And such passion continued also throughout his high school years. He attended the Mckinley High School in Chicago, and took drawing and photography classes, also at night he took courses at the Chicago Art Institute. (A brief illustration: Their neighbors were so interested in his art and creative work, that they bought his drawings. Thus, he gained some money as a teen this way).

3. In 1918, at his age of 16 he dropped out of school and applied for military, but was rejected because he was too young to go fight at war. So he volunteered in Red Cross and was sent to France for 1 year to drive an

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