Speech #1 Outline - G Finally I will end the body by...

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Keith Crouse CAS 100A February 1, 2005 Speech #1 Outline A. Intro B. For this speech I would like to speak about the “We Are Campaign” and its newspaper initiative. C. The speech will tell what the “We Are Campaign” is and also the newspaper initiative and how it affects students, however it will also include what students can do about it. D. Body E. For the start of the body I will give a few statistics such as over the course of three days there was an average of 169.4 bags of newspapers and 137.3 bags of waste. There was also the average of 56.5 bags of newspaper and 45.8 bags of waste per day. These numbers exclude what was in the waste bins. F. Next I will speak about what exactly the “We Are Campaign” and the newspaper initiative is and a brief overview of how it got started. Next I will tell what OPP personal could be doing with the time they would have by not cleaning up all of this waste.
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Unformatted text preview: G. Finally I will end the body by speaking about a possible solution that could be implemented by the school which would involve student groups cleaning up the newspaper. H. And end with the point that any money made from recycling newspaper goes towards scholarships and could easily exceed $20,000 a year. II. Conclusion Sources: 1. Lau, Missi, WE ARE Campaign Fact Sheet , 2005 The Undergraduate Student Government, pages 1-9 2. Lau, Missi, Personal Interview, 31 January, 2005 3. Ferris Erin, Personal Interview, 31 January, 2005 4. Undergraduate Student Government, We Are Campaign Website , 2004, http:// www.changingpsu.psu.edu/ 5. Lash, Devon. USG continues urging trash reduction pledge” , The Daily Collegian January 26, 2005, page 6 6. Ritzko, Matt, Recycling Recommendation , Undergraduate Student Government 35 th Congress, January 25, 2004, New Business Resolution #31...
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