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Outline for the Informative Speech 2 Title Ecstasy To do or not to do Speaker Truc Phan George Mason University student Specific Purpose To inform the audience of the effects and problems of Ecstasy Thesis Statement Ecstasy may seem like a miracle drug to party people but there are high risks that come with it Introduction I Attention-getter I would like for you all to imagine sitting beside a window looking outside and thinking to yourself I used to remember how to open this A sad but true example of drug abuse II Establishment of Ethos I am standing here today to talk about the drug abuse of a substance called Ecstasy a more technical term would be MDMA This subject is an important matter to me since I have many friends and family members that repeatedly intake this substance III Thematic Statement Ecstasy may seem like a miracle drug to party people but there are high risks that come with it IV Preview each main point I will give a full description of this substance Then I will talk about the many effects that associate with it Finally I will list all the problems involve Transition How can we identify ecstasy from other drugs Body I Main idea 1 In a document by Taylor Jon 2002 he indicates several distinctions of MDMA or ecstasy The author defines the history physical appearance law dosage and chemistry of ecstasy A Sub point Merck pharmaceuticals were the first to synthesize ecstasy in 1912 At first ecstasy was used mainly as a psychotherapeutic tool then it was made available on the street In 1985 with its growing popularity it was made illegal in the USA B Sub point Ecstasy in its pure form it is a white powder Usually ecstasy can be seen capsules pressed pills or just
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