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SPECIFIC PURPOSE: By the end of my speech, my audience will know the history of Walt Disney, his invention of Disney World, and how his invention has impacted people.
THESIS STATEMENT: To pay tribute to Walt Disney, the inventor of Disney World, I will share with you a brief history of Walt Disney, his invention of Disney World, and how his invention has impacted people.
Walt Disney

INTRODUCTION

I. Attention-getter: How many of you have been or at least heard of a place call Disney World? II. Establish your credibility: Well I am pretty sure majority of you have heard or been to Disney World. III. Relate topic to audience: Disney world is a magical place that brings a lot of smiles and excitement too many people; I have
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3) Their first deal was with the New York distributor Margaret Winkler, to distribute their cartoons (“Walter”, Paragraph 7). 5. Disney later went on to perfect his animated cartoons. B. The history of Walt Disney also continues with his outstanding inventions that he developed. 1. Walt Disney was an American motion-picture and television producer and showman, famous as a pioneer of cartoon films and as the creator of Disneyland and Disney World theme parks (“Walter”, Paragraph 1). 2. According to Bio.com article call “Walter Elias Disney”, “He won 22 Academy Awards during his lifetime, and was the founder of theme parks Disneyland and Walt Disney World” (“Walter”, Paragraph 2).

[Transition: The second thing I would like to share to you is his invention of Disney World.]

II. Main Point—The production of Walt Disney theme park, Disney World, has an fascinating or intriguing story to it. A. According to "Walt Disney World History", from WDWmagic.com “Walt Disney World is a tribute to the philosophy and life of Walter Elias Disney and to the talents” (“Walt”, Paragraph 1). 1. Walt Disney World was opened to the public in 1971 (“Walt”, Paragraph 2). 2. Disney world is an amusement theme park that provides many options to the public. a. Such as; shopping, shows, dining, entertainment, and ect… 3. The resort continues…

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