CORDERO MOBLEY PRE-OUTLINE

CORDERO MOBLEY PRE-OUTLINE - Cordero Mobley October 4 2005...

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Cordero Mobley October 4, 2005 Younghans - COM 110, Sec. # 75 High Gas Prices General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of the reasons that gas prices are higher than ever before. Organizational Pattern: Spatial Order I. INTRODUCTION A. Attention Getter: Why are gas prices so high? This is a question that I found myself constantly asking myself as I drove around every week as my gas hand lingered near “E”. What was disturbing to me was that after asking this question I was never able to come up with a reply. B. Relevance to Audience: As a society that strongly depends on gasoline, as a way of transportation, the increasing gas prices has surely been a concern of yours or someone you know. C. Credibility Statement: After several weeks of research I am able to answer my question, and I am here to share my answer with all of you. D. Thesis: The reason that gas prices are at an all time high is based on factors that are out of our reach. E. Preview Statement: To answer this question, I must share with you how gasoline is made, where it comes from, and the effects of the recent hurricanes, Katrina and Rita, on gasoline prices. TRANSITION: Before I get into the details, it is important that you understand how gasoline is made II. BODY A. Gasoline is made from crude oil.
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