NAME: Allison Binder
SPEECH #:3 SPEECH TITLE: The Titanic
GENERAL PURPOSE: To: Inform
To inform my audience about the supposedly unsinkable, historic Titanic.
The Titanic is one of the most memorable disasters in history; the sinking ship even the classic #1 movie.
Marsh, E. (1997). James Cameron's Titanic. New York, New York: Harper Perennial.
Tibbals, G. (1997). The Titanic: The extraordinary story of the "unsinkable" ship. Reader's Digest.
VISUAL AID(S): Power point
Attention Getting Device - In 1898 a book called The Wreck of the Titan, written by an American writer by the name of Morgan Robertson. This book just so happened to be about an "unsinkable" ship with many rich passengers traveling to New York. This ship hit an iceberg while out on its voyage and sun, leaving many fatalities due to lack of lifeboats. This book was written 14 years before the Titanic perished.
Preview -- The Titanic is one of the most memorable disasters in history, the sinking ship even inspired the classic #1 movie.
First, I will discuss all about the titanic itself.
Second, I will talk about the ship sinking.
Third and finally, I will discuss a bit about the movie made in its honor.
The Titanic was the largest existing ship at its time and the biggest movable object built yet.
Geoff Tibbals reported, in his 1997 book The Titanic. The extraordinary story of the "unsinkable" ship, the Titanic was 882 feet long and weighed 46,000 tons.
Titanic held around 2345 passengers and 860 crew-members.
The Titanic was furnished with only the finest items to make the upper class feel as though they were in an even finer hotel than those that were on land.
The first class dining...