Final Outline - Andrew Sundquist Hannah - Jodie Jennifer...

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Andrew Sundquist Hannah - Jodie Jennifer Hays 12 PM 11/5/07 ANWR DRILLING Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that we should not drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Central Idea: We should not drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge because it severely impacts the surrounding wildlife, there is not enough oil to actually drill for, and we should use our time and money finding an alternative fuel source. Introduction I. (Attention Getter) How many of you drive a car? II. (Audience Adaptation) Many of you feel the pain at the pump and may be thinking to yourself “why not just drill for more oil in our own country, making us depend less on foreign oil?” Many people feel drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge may be the answer. III. (Purpose.) Today I want to address this issue by using facts and statistics that indicate why we should not drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. (ANWR) IV. (Preview) A. First, I will examine why the government should not allow drilling in ANWR because of the environmental impact. B. Next, I will convince you that there is not enough oil or monetary incentive to drill for oil. C. Finally, you will see why drilling for oil in ANWR increases our dependence, when we should use this money on research for other forms of energy. TRANSITION: Allow me to define the word “refuge.” “A condition of being safe or sheltered from pursuit, danger or trouble.” Why would we disturb this refuge we once set aside for preservation? Body I. A.
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