How to change a tire (Chronological)
Pull over at a safe place with leveled ground, even if it would mean driving a while longer with a blown tire.
Turn on the hazard lights.
With a wrench, loosen the lug nuts of the flat tire.
Place a jack under the “jack point” that is nearest to the blown tire and lift the car.
Once the desired side of the car is a few inches above the ground, loosen the lug nuts and the tire.
Place the new wheel appropriately and hold it in position by loosely replacing the lug nuts.
Use the jack again to lower the car.
Tighten the lug nuts with the wrench.
The federal budget (Topical)
Thesis: The design of the United States 2016 Federal Budget includes the plan to alleviate the living conditions of the middle-class families.
Ensure proper, affordable, and accessible health care for all persons.
Help the working populace save for retirement.
Develop community partnerships to expand opportunities.
Violence on children’s television (Cause-Effect)
Cause (Violence on children’s television)
Effect 1 (Misconceptions on problem-solving solutions)
Effect 2 (Adoption of violence as a social norm)
Effect 3 (Children will become social outcasts)
Teenage pregnancy (Problem-Solution)
Thesis: An analysis of present cases of teenage pregnancies shows a ten percent increase in the number of instances between the year 2010 and 2015. Such statistics show that primary sex education is not a concrete solution to reducing incidents of teenage pregnancies; hence, parents and teachers should consider using people who had children in their teenage years as counselors.
Current statistics on teenage pregnancies
Incidences at State and Local levels
The average age in which girls get pregnant
Recorded causes of teenage pregnancies
Lack of knowledge on proper use of contraception
Lack of access to contraception
Current solutions in place
Sex education in schools
The use of teenage parents as a solution
They can relate to the target audience
Their personal stories are a warning to others
Have first-hand experience with the effects of teenage pregnancies
Multicultural education (Cause-Effect)
Cause (Multicultural Education)
Effect 1 (Promotes the understanding of different cultures)
Effect 2 (Helps one adapt to new environments with ease)
Effect 3 (Equips students with social skills)
How to pack for a camping trip
Find out the terrain and temperatures of the environment in which the camp will take place.
Pack appropriate clothes and sleeping gear for the weather.
Determine the possible dangers that come with camping in the area.
Make sure to pack a well-equipped first-aid kit.
Pack an emergency kit with extra supplies that include bottled water, extra batteries, flashlight, and a compass.
Make sure to carry clean bottled water for drinking.
Bring maps of the camping area.
The Office of Management and Budget. The President's Budget for Fiscal Year 2016. 2016. Web. 29 January 2016. <https://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget>.