comm107 informative outline

comm107 informative outline - Samantha Schwartz COMM107 Sec...

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Samantha Schwartz COMM107 Sec 3601 Stephanie Madden Nov 1 2009 Informative Briefing Outline Attention-Getter: Youtube video (http://youtube.com/watch?v=1GzEhDZFO6c ) Introduction: Now judging from that opening video, I am either going to be discussing cheese, cows, or California. It was hard to decide, as all three are very important to me, but I decided to go with California. How many of you are from Maryland? How many of you are from out-of- state? Now, let me ask you—how many of you are from California? Just as I thought. Well, not only happy cows come from California…happy people come from California as well. Having been obsessed in California for my entire life, I sat down and tried to think of some concrete reasons why California is so interesting, and I came up with a few general categories. Between the variations in climate, vast attractions, and the diverse culture and lifestyles, it’s hard to know where to even begin. I. Climate. California has a wide range of geographical areas. No matter where you live in the state, you are just a short drive away from experiencing any type of climate you may want. A. Northern California is perfect if you are looking for a snowy escape in the winter and great mountain hiking or camping in the summer. If you are looking for more of a rainy/windy scene, WorldTravel.com says that “with temperatures that would be similar to that of the east coast, northern California is the perfect place.” B. Eastern California is primarily desert, and can get intensely hot during the summer with temperatures that worldtravels.com reports as high as 104 degrees F and dropping to approximately 68 degrees F during the winter months. C. Southern and Western California both fall under a costal climate, ranging from 86 degrees F to 58 degrees F due to the pacific ocean breezes that moderate the temperature. Transition:
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