Slide 1: Hook/attention grabber A quote from one of the articles
Slide 2: Hook/attention grabber Another quote from another article to get my big idea started for my next slide.
Slide 3: The Big Idea (pages 78-79) The stereotypes about pro dancers are wrong; dancing is a part-time job/ hobby for them. They have actually have degrees, well paying jobs, and or in college getting there degree.
Slide 4: What’s in it for your audience? Explain why your topic is important or worth discussing. The truth about dancers and their lives is what’s in it for the audience. This topic is worth discussing because professional dancers can gain the respect they deserve and need. They can become role models for other inspiring dancers.
Slide 5: Why should your audience listen to you? Explain your ethos (personal experience, expertise, and credibility). My audience should listen to me because I have experienced being stereotyped and know how it feels to be put down, not respected, and called something I’m not because I am a professional dancer. I want to tell my story and be heard and understood.
Slide 6: Call to Adventure (pages 38-39) You can understand the struggles and stereotypes pro dancers go through if you new all the facts.
Slide 7: Preview the three main points that will support your big idea 1. Most professional dancers are educated and have very good careers. 2. Most dancers dance because they love it and or they have been dancing all their life and want to continue and make it a career. 3. Dancers want to be role models and want people to understand why they dance.
Slide 8: Introduce and set up Supporting Point One People that Stereotype say that dancers are paid what they are worth but how can you say that if you know nothing about them but that they dance.
Slide 9: Factual or emotional evidence They look at dancers as showing to much skin.
Slide 10: Factual or emotional evidence Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders rake in an estimated $1 million per season to the franchise through everything from annual swimsuit calendars to pricey training camps for aspiring cheerleaders. But the women make only a pittance — $150 per game.
Slide 11: Introduce and set up Supporting Point Two Pro dancers dance just because they love to do it.
Slide 12: Factual or emotional evidence Dancers don’t receive pay for practices, photo shoots, most appearances, insurance, and don’t get paid that much for games.
Slide 13: Factual or emotional evidence Most dancers have children, families, full-time jobs and other responsibilities but still make sure they show up to practices, games, and any other little to none pay events.
Slide 14: Introduce and set up Supporting Point Three Any and every dancer can back up why the stereotypes for pro dancers aren’t true.
Slide 15: Factual or emotional evidence Most pro dancers are educated and have good paying jobs or close to getting there degree.
Slide 16: Factual or emotional evidence Most dancers have graduated college before they came apart of a pro dance team or are doing it while they are on the team. They are trying to accomplish their goals while doing what they love.
Slide 17: Call to Action (pages 42-43) The audience should do their research and try and understand dancers and the lives they live.
Slide 18: Summarize the main points : Dancers are always stereotyped and not well understood. They dance because they love it not for the little money they do get. Most of them are well educated with fulltime jobs outside of being a pro dancer. You have to know and understand them and their lives to know what all they go through before you stereotyping them and making them look like they are worthless.
Slide 19: Restate big idea Understand dancers before stereotyping them to be something they aren’t.
Slide 20: Clincher/new bliss (page 44)Because they have to show a lot of skin, dance like know one is watching, don’t get paid much and still want to do it doesn’t mean that they are know good. Do your research and you will understand why they do it and that dancing isn’t a must it’s an option that they love doing.
Many people, women included, judge dancers and cheerleaders based on what they see at a
rarely knowing what really goes on behind the scenes and how these ladies are chosen to be
on the field and court.
Here are just a few reasons to
look past the cleavage, glossy
lips and hair, and barely-there
outfits and to consider what
these teams and women are
Good paying job
Do your research!!!
Dancers are always stereotyped and not well understood. They dance
because they love it not for the little money they do get. Most of
them are well educated with fulltime jobs outside of being a pro
dancer. You have to know and understand them and their lives to
know what all they go through before you stereotyping them and
making them look like they are worthless.
Understand them don’t stereotype them.
Dancing isn’t a must it’s a options that they