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Aborigines Specific Purpose- To inform the class about the life of an Aborigines person Central Purpose- By teaching about the life of an Aborigines person, I hope to show you how it has been damaged by modern culture Intro Hook- Imagine being surrounded by endless amounts of red dust, only to see one small hump in the ground. You walk towards it expecting a small mountain range. However, when you finally reach it you come upon one of the natural wonders of the world: Ayres Rock, known to the Aborigines people as the sacred spot of Uluru. Specific Purpose- I am here to inform you about the life of an Aborigines person today. Central Purpose- By teaching you about the life of an Aborigines person I plan to show you how their life has been damaged by modern culture. To do this I will give you their known history (the majority of it has been passed down through generations of oral interpretations) To inform people on what they value After I have told you about those I will conclude with how modern culture has damaged their way of life. Transition- Let us begin with what is known of the history of Aborigines life. Body Point 1- History
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As I said before most of the Aborigines culture was passed down through stories, leading to the majority of them to still be illiterate. However, not all has been lost. We do know that they are the indigenous people of Australia. Also, that they lived as nomadic people, basing where they are off what herds are there and where the water holes were.
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