Alzheimer Disease description and Early Signs PPT

– You are encouraged to pick a topic that is unique and/or previously unknown to most members of the audience. Use 

CQ Researcher Links to an external site.

at library databases for researching and locating topics.  It is mandatory that you use at least three different sources cited in the outline, vocally cited in your speech, and listed on works cited page at the end of your outline on separate page.

– Works cited page must include three (3) credible sources such as academic databases and E-books from Cuyamaca College library

1st assignment: Speech outline

2nd assignment: Make a powerpoint –

– Create your PowerPoint presentation with two slides. At the end, include a slide with Works cited page for where you obtained the images or other sources used for the visual aids

Informative Speech Outline
Title:
Specific Purpose
Central Idea
Introduction
I.
Attention Getter:
II.
Reveal the Topic/Ethos:
III.
Preview:
Body
I.
A.
B.
II.
A.
B.
III.
A.
B.
Conclusion
I.
Review
II.
Final remarks
Works Cited
Sample Informative Speech
Title
Lyme Disease
Specific Purpose
After listening to my speech, my audience will be able to recall the basics of Lyme disease.
Central Idea
The basics of Lyme include the causes, symptoms with stages, and treatment of the illness.
Introduction
I. Attention Getter:
Picture yourself on a camping trip in one of California’s beautiful woodland area. All around are trees,
bushes, hills, and green grass. Nothing but you, nature…, and killers. Hiding out in the bushes, just
waiting for you to come close enough so they can jump on you. These killers are ticks.
II. Reveal the Topic:
You need to know about Lyme disease so you can take preventative measures. Someday you may
contract Lyme disease and you should know what the symptoms are and know how to quickly act. I
have done extensive research on Lyme disease and that is why I am knowledgeable on this subject.
III. Preview
I will be discussing the causes, symptoms, stages, and treatment of Lyme disease.
Body
I. The causative agent and vector of Lyme disease.
A. The causative agent “Borrelia burgdorferi” of Lyme disease (Bean and Fein 85).
B. The vector of Lyme disease.
II. Stages and Symptoms of Lyme disease.
A. Stage one of Lyme disease (Vanousová and Hercogová 103).
1. The rash: Erythema chronicum migrans (ECM).
2. Flu-like symptoms of Lyme disease.
B. Stage two of Lyme disease.
1. Description of 15% developed phase (Ljøstad 23).
2. Bell’s palsy – a drop in one or both sides of face
C. Stage three of Lyme disease.
1. Description of 60% developed phase.
2. Occurs within weeks to years after the bite (Sherman 55).
III. The treatment of Lyme disease.
A. The use of Penicillin to treat Lyme disease (Eppes 363).
B. The use of Tetracycline to treat Lyme disease.
Conclusion
I. Review: You know what causes and carries Lyme disease. You know what the symptoms are. And you
know how it is treated.
II. Final remarks: So, go out and enjoy yourself on your next camping trip….
Works Cited
Bean, Constance A., and Lesley Ann Fein. Beating Lyme : Understanding and Treating This Complex and
Often Misdiagnosed Disease. AMACOM, 2008. EBSCOhost,
https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=224448&site=eds-live.
Eppes, Stephen C. “Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Lyme Disease in Children.” Pediatric Drugs, vol.
5, no. 6, June 2003, p. 363. EBSCOhost, https://doi.org/10.2165/00128072-200305060-00002.
Ljøstad, U., and T. H. Henriksen. “Management of Neuroborreliosis in European Adult Patients.” Acta
Neurologica Scandinavica. Supplementum, vol. 117, May 2008, pp. 22–28. EBSCOhost,
https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0404.2008.01027.x.
Sherman, Carl. “Lyme Disease: ’tis the Season; New Recommendations Run the Gamut from Prophylaxis to
Post-Lyme Syndrome.” Cortlandt Forum, vol. 21, no. 3, Mar. 2008, p. 55. EBSCOhost, https://searchebscohostcom.ezproxy.cuyamaca.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsgao&AN=edsgcl.177121390&site=eds-live.
Vanousová, Daniela, and Jana Hercogová. “Lyme Borreliosis Treatment.” Dermatologic Therapy, vol. 21, no.
2, Mar. 2008, pp. 101–09. EBSCOhost, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1529-8019.2008.00177.x.

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