Topic: General information about the ocean liner and how it’s faults affect the current laws of today
General Purpose: To inform the audience about how Titanic has impacted their lives and society today as we know it
Thesis Statement: The “unsinkable” RMS Titanic and everything we know about it today have been valuable in sea travel, especially in lifeboats, radio control, and ice patrol.
Organizational pattern: topical
Attention Getter: It is the morning of April 15, 1912, 28 degrees fahrenheit, and you are just feet away from going down into the freezing waters of the Atlantic ocean. Imagine that. Yes, we can imagine that, but can we really IMAGINE that. I don’t …show more content…
Audience Relevance: As I have previously mentioned, everyone in this classroom has been somehow directly or indirectly affected by this great historical disaster whether that be as an individual or just we, as a society. Today, I hope to somehow make this correspondence a little more obvious.
Credibility: I had fell in love with the Titanic and all the information about it ever since I have been a young child. From watching the classic love story between Jack and Rose, to reading books and internet articles, to visiting a traveling exhibits and the permanent Titanic artifact museum in Pigeon Forge, TN. Recently, I have been extra “researchy” and found out some things I had never known.
Preview: Now, I am going to share some information with you about the Titanic in general, what we have learned from this wreck, and how it has impacted the daily processes that we have came to know.
Transition: First, let us learn a little bit about the Titanic in general.
I. The Titanic is still one of the most famous tragedies in history A.) “She” was thought to have been the largest, most safe and luxurious ship ever built at the