INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE FORMAT
Student’s Name: Rachael Connor
Topic: Types of Child Abuse
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: The Specific Purpose of this speech is to inform my audience about Child Abuse
Central Idea/Thesis: The central idea is for audience to understand the child abuse is occurring and we can help prevent child abuse
A. Attention Getter: Living in a society full of violence and national problems, there are more than 2.5 million reports on child abuse in the United Sates.
B. Reason to Listen/Relate to audience: The audience may know someone getting abused and by listening to my speech and they help prevent it ...view middle of the document...
Sexual Abuse is any unwanted sexual activity
a.) usually a child cannot comprehend (understand) and or give reasonable consent.
b.) Sexual acts include: Fondling (to handle or force), genital and anal intercourse, and pornography
c.) Studies have shown ¼ in girls and 1/8 in boys will be sexually abused before they are 18 years old.
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B. Emotional abuse consists of verbal assault and wounds the sprit frequently to leave it marks for a lifetime.
1. Victims hear demeaning, shaming, threatening, blaming, and intimidating words.
a. After so long children will start using same language and demeaning terms to use against others around them such as friends, other family members, and strangers too.
2. Child neglect is the failure to provide child with necessary care as well as protection.
A. children may be neglected from: shelter, food, clothing medical attention and supervision.
B. children who are neglected lack good hygiene, consistently tired, inconsistent attendance at school, and are unable to relate to adults as well as friendships.
3. Children who are neglected appear defensive, shy, and overly dependent; Their parents may have been mistreated as a child and the lack successful modeling as a parent.
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C. Detecting child abuse using signs
1. Signs in a child may include: changes in behavior...