Cultural Speech Outline: Australia
Purpose: At the end of our speech, the audience will know about Australia
Grabber: G'day Mates!
Preview: Today we are going to talk about Australia’s wildlife, sports, celebrities, cuisine, history, and attractions.
I. Australia has a number of different mammals but does not have any large predatory animals.
A. Mammals are warm blooded animals that give live birth.
B. Their biggest carnivorous animal is called the dingo, or wild dog.
1. They are found all over Australia except for Tasmania.
Transition: moving on to Marsupials
II. Australia has over 150 species of Marsupials.
A. Marsupials are animals that carry their newborns in special pouches in their …show more content…
III. A young Country.
A. Like America, Australia Had a great depression. And the late 1920,s proved to be a hard time for the young country. However like us they were survivors.
B. International trade began, and Australia began to produce wool, that was traded throughout the world.
C. Australia enjoyed significant growth in prosperity in the 1950s and 1960s, with increases in both living standards and in leisure time.
D. The manufacturing industry, previously playing a minor part in the economy, dominated. And production , greatly expanded.
E. Australia began to see the importance of manufacturing using their great ore deposits.
F. They soon began to produce many steel products. The first Holden motor car came out of General Motors-Holden's Fisherman's Bend factory in November 1948 G. These were troubling times for the world.
A. With Hitler trying to take on the world. Australian Forces fought along side American forces to defeat Nazi Germany in world war one.
B. Australia fought on the side of Britain in the two world wars and became a long-standing ally of the United States when threatened by Imperial Japan during the second World War.
C. Australia were our allies with us in Vietnam
Transition: This was a little on the history of this great country that has been a friend to the US in times of war and times of peace. Australia has