The paper describes the novel technique that was used to revolutionize the practices of surgeons (Relief of Pain and Suffering, 2).
I think it is intriguing to find out the true stories behind medicine and how they came about, leave alone the discovery itself, but also the experimental results of such discoveries. Most of the conclusions of medical researchers are highly exaggerated and misleading. This makes it imperative to do in-depth research into the real discoveries and experiments that led to the commercialization of a given medicine, for this instance, anesthesia. Personal judgment is more reliable than misleading medical researchers conclusion (The Atlantic, 2).
My initial process of preparing involved research on the intended topic. Background research involved Horace Wells and William Morton, who co-discovered anesthesia. The core research on the topic was on the Anesthesia experiments performed by the two ancient dentists. Listeners responded to my story with other stories, on the tacit part they knew, which led to a better understanding (Sharing Knowledge, 3). Storytelling played a key role in sharing knowledge and boosted the learning and hearing likelihoods. Through the use of questions that are provocative, listeners got to give their honest experiences with the Anesthesia. Participants from diverse backgrounds teamed up to create interesting dynamics (Sharing Knowledge, 3).