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Andrew Sundquist Hannah – Jodie Jennifer Hays 12:00-12:50 10/21/07 10/25/07 Specific Purpose: To inform the audience about the harmful affects of Cocaine. Central Idea: How cocaine is made and its effects on the human body. Introduction I. (Attention Getter) “Cocaine is one hell of a drug” As stated by famous artist Rick James. Have any of you ever experienced a tragedy from friend or loved one who has had a drug problem? Specifically with Cocaine? II. (Audience Adaptation) Many of you may have, and I am here today to tell you about the harmful affects of a certain drug: Cocaine. III. (Purpose) To inform my audience about why cocaine is so strong, addicting and harmful. IV. (Preview) Today I will talk to you about the harmful affects of cocaine. A. First, I will explain what cocaine is, how it is processed, and manufactured B. Secondly, I will explain how it is used. C. Finally, I will tell you about the harmful affects cocaine has on the brain and body. Transition: Through the year’s cocaine abuse has risen and recently peaked at a nation high in 2002 with 2.2% of the nations population having tried the drug. (As stated by Jim Spillane in 2002 author of “Cocaine”.) Body I. The drug cocaine is not a natural drug. A. The difference between cocaine and other drugs like marijuana and mushrooms is how it is processed. While marijuana and mushrooms grow in the wild cocaine is manufactured. This processing allows for an element of human involvement that can make the drug even more harmful. (As stated by author
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