Formal Outline

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complete the formal outline for the essay i am attaching and also attaching the formal outline in it to fill it up. ethnic root is the one essay. follow all steps and make it big and informative. Also put references

Formal Outline Development The Formal Outline is a document that details your presentation. It is NOT a manuscript. It provides clear, concise ideas and a visual framework for your thoughts. This includes a 5-part introduction, 3-part conclusion, 3+ main points, support for main points, transitions, internal citations and source list. The abbreviated definitions of each part are included. You may have more numbers/ letters than the ones listed, but you may NOT have less. If you have a 1, you must have a 2 (A must have a B). You may add another level to any main point (see main point 1 for an example; adjust as appropriate to your presentation). Formal outlines are in complete sentences, but not complete thoughts. The statements on this outline require additional verbiage to be a comprehensive speech/ presentation. Outlines are typed with proper grammar, spelling and style. Begin this process by developing your thesis statement and the main points that will support that statement. Then, support those points and develop your intro and conclusion. Name: I. Title: (Get the attention of the audience): II. (Reveal Topic): III. (Credibility: why are you qualified to talk about this?): IV. (Goodwill: why does your audience need to know about this?): V. (Central Idea/ Thesis): Body I. (Main Point 1): _________________________________________________________ A. 1. 2. B. (Source: According to …. ) 1. 2. (Transition:_____________________________________________) II. (Main Point 2): ________________________________________________________ A. B. Source: According to …. ) (Transition:__________________________________________________) III. (Main Point 3): ________________________________________________________ A. B. Source: According to …. ) Conclusion I. (Signal End of your presentation): II. (Summarize: what is the most important information the audience should take away?): III. (Memorable End: close with a memorable statement): Source List: 1. (note: sources will not be numbered) 2. 3. Formal Outline Sample Descriptive Speech Specific Goal: To pay tribute to Willie Gary’s for his hard work and determination throughout his life. Introduction I. How many of us felt like at one point that we weren’t going to make it? II. Was the weight on our shoulders too heavy? III. Willie E. Gray is an African American that fought from difficult circumstances to succeed. IV. He is one of my role models. V. Today, I want to let you know that Willie E. Gary didn’t let that weight hold him down. Thesis statement: Through childhood dreams, good ethics in the work force, and society inspirations, Mr. Gary became successful. Body I. Gary’s childhood dreams were definitely aspects that led to his success. A. Gary’s triumphant rise to the top was no overnight success story. 1. He was one of the 11 children of Turner and Mary Gary. 2. Willie was born July 12th 1947 in Eastman, Georgia and raised in migrant farm communities in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas ( 3. Gary says he still remembers the tiny shack where he lived in the Silver City settlement of Pahokee, Florida B. Gary just didn’t stop at his childhood ages. 1. He was the first black male to go to college from the small town of Indiantown, where his family labored in the cane fields. 2. Gary took credentials as a Florida All-State High School football player to Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina ( 3. Earning Bachelor’s degree in business administration. (Willie Gary’s continues to carry his positive attitude to the work force.) II. Hard work in the work force is apparently another great aspect to Willie’s success. A. “The Giant Killer” is what Mr. Gary is labeled by his personal website ( 1. This man was once a migrant, now he is a multi-millionaire attorney. 2. He has represented little known clients from major corp. and won more than 150 cases valued at a million dollars each (Gary, 2003). B. Gary takes part in many organizations. 1. He is member of the National Bar Association, the American Bar Association, American Trial Assoc., Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers Assoc., Martin and St. Lucie County Bar Assoc., and the Million Dollar Verdict Club (McBride, 2001). (Gary is a very unselfish individual and always willing to lend a hand.) III. The third aspect to Willie’s success was through his motivational and inspirational speaking. A. Delivering speeches are greatly valued throughout the U.S. 1. He speaks at law schools, universities, churches, chambers of commerce and other various groups. 2. He is committed to enhancing the lives of young children through education and drug prevention (Gary, 2003). B. Mr. Gary’s interest goes even farther than the courtroom. 1. He owns a national television cable network, based in Atlanta, Georgia. 2. Willie is also Chairman and CEO of the major Broadcasting Cable Network, MBC (Gary, 2003). 3. Within this network, he holds personal interviews with nationally prominent guests. Conclusion I. Willie Gary is one of the great role models I look up to. II. He is the type of person that inspires me to go the extra mile to complete what needs to be done. III. I know if I keep on striving to do my best, I too will be successful. IV. So can you. Sources Gary, W. E. (2003) Interview. Lifestyle by Deven Beachum. 7 March 2003. Gary, W. E. (2003) McBride, P. M. (2001) Willie Gary. Black Collegian, 01923757, Oct.2001. vol.32, Issue 1.
Running head: ETHNIC ROOTS !1 Ethnic Roots Samit Hassan Lynn University 11/15/2018 ETHNIC ROOTS !2 Part I Background of Self and family My name is Samit Hassan, and I was born in 29 April 1994. I am Bangladeshi, hailing from the country of Bangladesh in South Asia. My country shares borders with Burma and India. I was born in Bangladesh, a beautiful country which has a maritime territory that is almost equal to the dry land area. The country is rated the eighth most populous country in the world. Our capital city is Dhaka which is also the largest city. The second largest city is Chittagong which hosts the largest port in the country (Majumder, Hossain & Nayeem, 2018). Bangladesh forms the easternmost and most substantial part of the Bengal region, and it holds people from a wide range of religions and ethnic groups. The Bengali language is the official language, and those who speak Bengalis make up 98 percent of the Bangladesh population. The Bengali Muslims make the country the third largest Muslim region across the world as they are politically dominant. Islam is the official religion in the country. The more substantial part of my birthplaceIs covered by the largest delta in the world, the Bengal Delta (Bhattacharyya, 2018), and we have 700 rivers besides 8,046 kilometers of inland waterways. The southeastern and northeastern parts of the country have highlands which covered with evergreen forests. Besides, my beautiful country has many islands and a fantastic coral reef. Cox's Bazar Beach is the longest unbroken sea beach in the world, found on the southeast side of Bangladeshi (Hossain et al., 2016). Besides, this marvelous country also plays host to the largest mangrove forest worldwide, called Sundarbans. We have an array of ETHNIC ROOTS !3 wildlife and plants forming the country's biodiversity, and this included the Bengal tigers, an endangered species. Bangladesh is one of the largest exporters of textiles in the world although is a developing country and a middle power nation (Mirdha, 2016). My father owns one of the textile companies in the country called the Silver global fashion. My father is called M.A.H Salim, and he is 63 years old. He has five brothers and one sister, but I never got to meet his parents because they passed away before I was born. My father was initially a member of parliament, and after leaving office, he became an industrialist who owns a textile company. Besides, he has ventured into real estate and workforce business. He is a first generation rich thus has a lot of money to take care of all of us. My father pays for everything in my life, and because of his continuous support, I have never worked. He also supports my mother even though they are divorced. My mother lives with my elder sister in our other house while my brother, father and I live in another house. She is aged 57 years, and she has three sisters. I did not meet her parents because the passed away long ago. My mother is very religious; she prays five times a day and follows Islam religiously. Ethnicity and culture are essential to my family because it keeps us together and helps us have a sense of identity. We are able to identify ourselves with the family and maximize positive distinctiveness. Ethnicity and culture tells us where we belong and who we are thus building our self-esteem Part II Religion, Economy, and Education ETHNIC ROOTS !4 I went to high school in California and currently, I am studying in Florida, Lynn University. Education is not everything to me as I do not like to study but I do it anyway because it pleases my father and again, I have to get an education in this competitive world. Some time back, in 2016, I studied in Switzerland for a while. After school, I intend to work with my father in his company which he will have expanded. The company makes fabric and clothes for H&M Zara tom Tailors and other companies in large volumes. I want to join the fabric production line like my father. My siblings are well educated too; my sister, named Sahara Salim, who is 42 years old, took her studies in London. Currently, she is a housewife who lives in Bangladesh with her husband and two kids. My brother Mehdi Hassan Salim, aged 40, also took his studies in London and he currently works with my father in the textile company. He lives with my father, his wife and one daughter in Bangladesh. My parents are not well educated as their highest level of education is high school. However, through hard work and commitment, they have managed to give us what they did not get, a good education. My father insists on education because he believes it changes lives. Consequently, we have learned how to appreciate and value education in our home. I do not know the levels of education acquired by my grandparents. We are a typical family who can afford a luxurious life; the best basic needs, the, and vacations. My father can be classified among the rich, and that is probably why I am a spoilt kid. I believe the position of my father as a former member of parliament helped a lot in shaping the business because he made the right connections while in the government. I love cars, and I own ETHNIC ROOTS !5 a GTR R35 and M4. I love shopping and buying beautiful things. I can afford a good life. Therefore, I opt to eat out more so because I cannot cook. I do not know how to cook. Our religion is Muslim, and my mother is the most religious person in the house. We focus on the Quran, a dogma, and this religion has helped us connect and the community. The teachings of the Islam religion help us to relate and serve other people regardless of our differences. Part III Deviance and Social Control My family experience with the larger society has not been bad. We have been able to adapt to the culture and norms of the society. Therefore, we do not have cases that would lead us to have a negative relationship with society. Our family is well off so, we support the less fortunate people in the society whenever we can. As a result, the larger society appreciates us and seeks help when they need it. My father’s company also gives people opportunities to get an income to raise their families and pursue their dreams Deviance is defined as the violation of set standards, established context, socially accepted norms and cultural laws (Van et al., 2015). The word deviance has associated with bad rebellion, but sometimes, it is not the case. Deviance fosters social change when used positively. Deviant acts are defined based on many aspects, for example, the location, the community, the audience and the person doing the deviant act. What may be considered reasonable by one person or institution may be an act of deviance in a different setup, for example, listening to music via headphones while walking to school is allowed. However, listening to music in class during class hours is seen as deviance. ETHNIC ROOTS !6 Issues of deviance within our family have not been outrageous. We conform to most of the social norms, and most of my family members do not participate in activities which may result in disapproval. However, I become deviant at times and party a lot and, this attracts the attention of some community members who do not approve of such behavior. They call my parents to inform them of my ways, and my parents warn me against. In my community, the consequences of deviance varied with the act committed. For instance, a murderer had a different sentence from a thief of household items. Informal social controls are those values norms that have internalized through the process of socialization. This process can be defined as which a person is born with different behavioral potentialities. Therefore, the person has led nature the actual behavior into that which may fit in the acceptable standards for the group (Hirschi, 2017 ). Formal social controls involve those who have been enforced externally by the government in order to prevent the initialization of anomie and chaos (Weisburd, Groff & Yang, 2014). Experts say that informal social controls have more significant effects than formal social controls. Some of the formal and informal social controls that affected our family include practiced norms, customs beliefs, and laws based on Islam religion. In the community, people have internalized the values of the society even without the assurance of doctrines. In the past, My family relied on informal controls that have instilled in the customary culture. Currently, we also rely on the formal controls, for instance, the laws set out by the government. ETHNIC ROOTS !7 Formerly, Defiance met with certain sanctions such as ridicule, criticism, shaming disapproval, and sarcasm. These sanctions were intended to push offenders back to the social norm (Mclntosh & Tosh, 2018). How did your family maintain connections to their culture, community, and/or society? My family continues to keep the connections to culture society and community mostly through sharing the same beliefs and norms. With similar believes and backgrounds, my family was able to maintain the best connections with the rest of the community. Following the teachings of the Quran, belonging to the same religion and keeping tabs on one another went a long way in ensuring that the family and community stayed together. My family also participated In social events in the community and ensured that they contributed to the growth and development of the society. We avoid conflicts by ensuring that we respect everybody in the community and the case of disagreements, we ensure that they are checked into promptly. Part IV Personal Reflections Conclusion Based on my ethnic group, occasion, and personal experience, I draw the fact that my family has developed and changed a lot over time. Although I did not meet my grandparents, I believe they helped a lot in shaping the future of the family. They taught my parents how to work hard and pray. Therefore, they became successful. The cycle continues as my parents teach us the good virtues of life for our success. I will teach the same virtues to my family when I get one. ETHNIC ROOTS !8 Prior to this assignment, I did not realize how much my parents give us their support to achieve what they did not have for example luxurious things and a good education. I have also understood that religion has played a significant role in keeping our family together. The teachings of the Quran form the backbone of the beliefs and norms of our society. This research has also brought to my attention the division that grew in the family because of the divorce between my parents. We no longer live in the same house and to some extent; we have lost the daily connection that would develop if we were all still together. My emerging identity and belonging will be influenced a lot by my family, the culture and the community. Some things have changed over time while some will probably remain the same for a long time. So far, part of my identity has relied on my family, for example, My father valued education and insisted that we all get it. My elder brother and sister have an education. I follow in their footsteps whether I like it or not thus influencing my life identity and belonging. In the future, I intend to join my father's production line, and that has affected my identity and possession. It has made me not consider other options which might even be better than the company. My life has also been influenced positively and negatively by the fact that my family has enough money to afford luxuries. I used to party a lot because I could afford it and many are the times when I ignored good advice. However, the identity and sense of belonging have influenced positively, and I anticipate that it will be better with time. ETHNIC ROOTS !9 References Bhattacharyya, D. (2018). Empire and Ecology in the Bengal Delta: The Making of Calcutta. Cambridge University Press. Hirschi, T. (2017). Causes of delinquency. Routledge. Hossain, J., Mecrow, T., Wills, S., Willims, D., Rahman, A., & Rahman, F. (2016). 818 Effectiveness of sea safe lifeguard services in Cox's Bazar beach Bangladesh. Majumder, A. K., Hossain, M. S., & Al Nayeem, A. (2018). Assessment of people's perception of water logging in Chittagong city corporation area, Bangladesh. Assessment, 5(2). McIntosh, M., & Rock, P. (2018). Deviance and social control. Routledge. Mirdha, R.U., (2016) Bangladesh remains the second largest garments exporter, against all the odds. Retrieved from Van Gils, S., Van Quaquebeke, N., van Knippenberg, D., van Dijke, M., & De Cremer, D. (2015). Ethical leadership and follower organizational deviance: The moderating role of follower moral attentiveness. The Leadership Quarterly, 26(2), 190-203. Weisburd, D., Groff, E. R., & Yang, S. M. (2014). Understanding and controlling hot spots of crime: The importance of formal and informal social controls. Prevention Science, 15(1), 31-43.

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Formal Outline
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Formal Outline
Ethnic Roots

Our roots are defined by our cultural believes and way of life.


Ethnic roots make is the people we are, they outline what holds us together as a family
and a society.


Samit Hassan is a young man in Bangladesh inspired by his successful father who is
averagely educated.
He is getting the best education from abroad but he still what’s to get beck home to work


at his father’s textile industry.

He acknowledges that without his father he would not be living the luxurious life he does.


Despite coming from a divorced family, he maintains that the love he receives from his
father and his family is unconditional.

Thesis statement: Samit is a member of the Salim family, is well up family in Bangladesh that
acknowledges that their ethnic...

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