Specific Purpose: Persuade the class that technology is disconnecting us
Central Idea: Persuade the Class LEFT COLUMN label speech functions
MIDDLE COLUMN content of speech use complete sentences
Label physical behaviors
I. How many of you have a cell Phone?
A. When I got my cell phone
II. Revel Topic
A. Well 96 cell-phone service subscriptions for every 100 people in the world
B. 85% of those aged 14 to 17 -- have cell phones. So do 69% of 11-14 year olds and 31% of kids aged 8-10, according to a 2010 survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation
C. Growing up
1. Dial up internet
2. Now it is less than a second to load the internet
D. We need it but do we need it all the time?
This Is your last speech… You can do it
Show Your cell Phone
I. Many People feel that they need to disconnect from work or school after the day is done, but do they?
A. Stress Recovery
B. Multitasking Doesn’t Work
C. Internet Use Disorder
D. Sleep and Other Psychological Problems
E. You’ll Be Less of an @$$
Maintain eye contact
Make sure to move around
With growing up with technology make this worse
II. Children and Technology
1. 20 years ago, children used to play outside all day, riding bikes, playing sports and building forts
1. Elementary aged children use on average 7.5 hours per day of entertainment technology, 75 percent of these children have TV's in their bedrooms, and 50 percent of North American homes have the TV on all day
Are we really being connected with each other?
III. Is connecting us disconnecting us
A. Modern technology enables us to connect to anyone in the world whenever we want
B. Disconnect Movie
1. Three stories
Use some hand gestures
I. Mention the new technology coming out (Hindy)
A. Do we really need it?
II. Encourage the class to go outdoors and talk to people in person.
YOU ARE DONE!
Harris, Rogette N. "Technology was supposed to connect