____April 05th, 2012_____
A. (attention grabber): I will have a picture on the big screen and ask to the audience: “what would you say if you are in another country. I am a totally stranger to you, I come up to you and offer you your dream job? The job that you always wanted. Would you accept it? But there is only one condition; you will need to leave your country and everything else that you have to come to America with me as soon as possible. Would you still accept the job?
B. (thematic statement): Today I will be talking about human trafficking and how this horrible thing started.
C. (establish significance): Human trafficking is a modern – day form of slavery of the 21st century. According to www.humantraffickinged.com an estimated of 27 million people are in modern day slavery across the world. Anywhere between 700,000 to 2 million people are trafficked across international borders each year. 80% of these victims are women and children.
D. (establish credibility): Sadly a lot of people and especially people from other countries would accept the perfect job that I just offered you at the beginning, but they really don’t know where they are getting their selves into.
E. (preview of main points): My main points will be: how human trafficking started, the types of human trafficking, and the things these poor victims have to go through.
[transition]: According to www.hrusa.org the trafficking of humans is actually dated back over 400 years ago.
How did human trafficking start?
A. (main point #1):
a. Africans were carried over the Atlantic and exported to different parts of the world as bonded labor. b. People were sold into slavery for physical pleasures as well as physical labor c. Britain was the main country to push for an end to African slave trade and it did stop in the year of 1833 from British...
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