Outline for a Science and Technology Speech about Television (570 words)

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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. A Public Bbc. London: The Stationery Office Ltd, 2004. Print.

Jarrett, Christian. “How Reality TV Might Help Bring Out the Best in Us.” New York Mag, May 1 2015. Science of Us. Web. 21 July 2015.

Johnson, Steven. Everything Bad Is Good for You. New York: Riverhead Books, 2014. Internet resource.

Murphy, Sheila C. How Television Invented New Media. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers
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Poniewozik, James. “Why Reality TV is Good for Us.” Time Magazine, February 2013. Web. July 21 2015.<http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,421047,00.html>

Stephens, Mitchell. “The History of Television.” Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Web. 21
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I: Attention Getter:
a: What if I told you that watching television may be good for you?
b: Scientists have three theories on why television may be good for you.

II: Orienting Information:
a. Television was invented on September 7, 1927 by Philo Taylor Farnsworth (Stephens 2000).
(b.) Farnsworth was an inventor and he created the first television image by scanning an image with a beam of electrons (Stephens 2000).
(c.) Commercial television, however, did not arrive until about 1939, when RCA, a television broadcasting company aired footage from the New York World’s Fair (Stephen 2000).
(d.) Television is a commonplace technology; however, the question remains how good this innovative invention is for society, the brain, and technology in general.

III. Central idea with preview points included:

(a). Television may make you smarter, improve your emotional intelligence, and it is changing technology for the better....
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