Condoms

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Outline Worksheet TOPIC: Condoms ORGANIZATION PATTERN: Chronological and Topical SPECIFIC PURPOSE: To inform PRIMARY AUDIENCE OUTCOME (I want my audience to...): Learn how to effectively use a condom and in turn, practice safe sex. THESIS STATEMENT (A single declarative statement that captures the essence/theme of the speech): If used correctly, condoms can be one of the most effect forms of contraception and can prevent most sexually transmitted diseases. Introduction ATTENTION GETTER: I’m not saying everyone in this room has, or has had sex. But I do know that as college students and young adults, sex is something that is familiar to us. Your friends might be doing it, you may be doing it, or you might even walk in on you roommate doing it. Sex is not a bad thing, but it can have very dangerous consequences if you don’t use protection. PURPOSE (state specific purpose, relate topic to audience and establish credibility): STATE THESIS & MAIN POINTS: If used correctly, condoms can be one of the most effect forms of contraception and can prevent most sexually transmitted diseases. Today I am going to show you the different kinds of condoms there are, how to use them, and how they can benefit you. Body • 3-5 MAIN POINTS PREFERRED • USE ONLY COMPLETE SENTENCES I. MAIN POINT (state as a single declarative sentence): There are many types of condoms you can use while having sex, today I want to give you an idea of the different types of condoms there are and which are more effective. A. SUBPOINT: There are either male or female condoms, I am going to inform you on male condoms since they are more popular and common than female condoms. 1. When using male condoms you have the choice of using latex, or non-... ... middle of paper ... ...ortant because we are all in college and we don’t want babies, and it can prevent STD’s. CLOSURE/CLINCHER (end with a bang, not a whimper): Remember that there is the perfect condom out there for you and it can save you from having nasty diseases… and babies. Works Cited • Bedsider. (updated 2013, December). Male Condom. Retrieved Feburary 16, 2014, from • Condom Sizes. (2011). Condom size chart. Find Your Best Fitting Condom. Retrieved February 16, 2014, from • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1990, December). Condoms and Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Brochure. FDA. Retrieved February 16, 2014, from

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