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Jonathan Boice DHS 310 December 7, 2006 Alcohol: Why you shouldn’t drink it and Drive General Purpose: To Persuade Specific Purpose: To Persuade young teens from drinking and driving Introduction I. Alcohol is a drug and you can become addicted to it. II. Alcohol changes the way your mind and your body work. Even 1 beer can slow your reactions and confuse your thinking. III. This means anything that requires concentration and coordination – like driving – is dangerous when you've had a drink. Connective: Alcohol affects you however much you drink Body I. Alcohol also changes the way you act. It can make you let go of the feelings that keep you from doing things you know are risky or dangerous. II. This can lead you to make bad decisions - like having unsafe sex or driving when you know you shouldn't. III. You might think that it won't happen to you, but everyone know someone who has said that and then ended up hurt. IV.
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