March 2, 2015
Topic: Sexual Transmitted Disease
Purpose: To Inform
I. Attention Getter: Once quoted by William Shakespeare, “Everything that glitters isn’t golden.”
II. State Topic: Today I am going to inform you about Sexual Transmitted Diseases and the most effective way to prevent them.
III. Motivate Audience: I know that no one wants to have a Sexual Transmitted Disease. That’s just not something that is cool. All of use are in college and we should all be aware of the disease among use and how common they are. So take mental notes as I aware you of the viruses amongst us and how to prevent them.
IV. Establish Credibility: I feel I am properly educated to inform you about this topic because I have did a lot of research on this topic. My long terms goals in life is to be a nurse and as I nurse you have to be highly informed about STDs, so I decided why not to start my research early in life.
V. Preview of main points: Today, I will inform you of the three most common Sexual Transmitted Diseases and how to prevent them.
Transition: First, I will inform you on Chlamydia.
A. According to Stanford University Sexual Health Peer Resource Center, Chlamydia is the most common STD.
I. One in every four persons contracted Chlamydia.
II. Can cause a lot damage to your body.
B. There are effective ways to prevent this disease from being contracted from partner to partner.
I. To prevent this disease you can practice safe sex by using latex condoms.
II. You can also prevent this disease by having a monogamous relationship.
Transition: Secondly, I will inform you about Herpes.
A. According to Center for Disease Control and Preventions , Genital Herpes is an STD caused by two types of viruses.
I. In the United States, about one out of every six people aged 14 to 49 years have Genital Herpes Simplex 1. It is the most common in the United States.
II. Genital Herpes I you...