Statistics about English :pen: essay/Malnourishment and hunger :shallow…
Statistics about English :pen: essay/Malnourishment and hunger :shallow_pan_of_food:
1.3 billion people lack regular access to enough nutritious food.
Globally, more than 820 million people do not have enough to eat.
49 million children under 5 years of age are wasted, 17 million are severely wasted and 149 million are stunted.
Every third person in the world suffers from one or more forms of malnutrition.
A third of reproductive-age women are anaemic because of undernutrition
Each year, around 20 million babies are born underweight.
According to recent study Each year 2 million children die through malnutrition.
Nearly half of all deaths in children under 5 – nearly three million child deaths worldwide – are attributable to undernutrition
Use simple language (be clear and direct)
Create anger (attack an opponent by saying that he or she doesn’t care about the audience)
Appeal to the audience’s sense of patriotism (group identity)
Appeal to the audience’s sense of nostalgia (love of the past, especially when they were young)
Appeal to their desires (no matter how unappealing or basic.)
What did you have for breakfast today?
Did you have a full hearty English breakfast with creamy avocado, beefy sausages with bacon and egg or did you have nothing at all?
Do you have access to food
how much food do you consume on a daily basis
In fact do you eat anything on a regular basis
Start off talking about hunger then go on to taking about over eating(obesity)
However this is not the only case of malnutrition there is also the just as severe obestity
Start with rhetorical question
Every 10 seconds a child dies from a hunger related problem
Around 9 million people die of hunger and hunger-related diseases every year
Mainly base it on hunger but include obesity as well
In Ancient Rome, the great orator (public speaker) Cicero had clear ideas about the way to structure a speech. The structure that he identified was as follows:
Introduction, in which the speaker establishes his character (ethos)
Narration (a story)
Division (presenting both sides of an argument, your own in glowing terms, the other side less so)
Proof (evidence for your points)
Refutation (attacking the opposition)
Conclusion (summarising argument, asking audience to take action)
1 score 10 years ago 1 billion people cased with malnutrition
Don't add too many statistic facts (oh well that failed :laughing:)