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Casey McConnell C1798008 Formal Outline Cultural Diversity Speech Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the history and impact body modifications have on our society today. Introduction Open with Impact: List some of the many groups that value and have body modifications. Focus on thesis statement: Together, all of these people have helped to shape a culture that has dated back centuries. Connect with audience: How many people here have, or have had, a piercing, tattoo, or any other kind of modification? Previews: There are many kinds of body modifications but the two most seen throughout the world are tattoos and piercings. Body Main Point: Tattoos, how they came to be and how prevalent they are today. A: Native islanders that first used tattoos as symbols of strength and pride. 1: What these tattoos do for the Polynesians 2: Courage, strength, fertility, protection B: The kind of people that get tattoos. 1: Quote from H.G. Wells “In all ages, far back into prehistory, we find
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