The following is an outline to a presentation on the legal concept of “battery.” The outline is not in the right order. Please put the outline in order, numbering 1-15 below. ____a. Hypothetical situation: You go to the student legal services office. The lawyer tells you you could sue the spouse for damages under a legal theory called battery. ____b. Write “battery” on the blackboard ____c. Example of “intentional touching” ____d. Paraphrase of “recover damages” ____e. Hypothetical situation: Did the spouse intend to touch you? Was the touching harmful or offensive? Did you suffer injury? ____f. Example of “intentional touching” that is battery ____g. Conclusion ____h. Hypothetical situation: You are walking across campus. One of your classmate’s spouses punches you in the nose and breaks it. The medical bill is over $1,000. You want the spouse to pay for the damages you suffered. ____i. Summary of what battery is ____j. Way to recover damages ____k. Definition of “injury” ____l. Definition of “battery” ____m. Definition of “damages” ____n. Call for questions ____o. Examples of physical injury and injury to someone’s dignity Now, please answer the following questions about the outline: 1. What is the purpose of the “hypothetical situation”? 2. What are other methods of getting the audience’s attention? 3. What is another way to clarify a concept that was not used in this presentation?