Student English 11, Period 9 Research Paper Outline John Lennon and The Beatles: The British Invasion and Beatle’s Impact Introduction – The Beatles were first introduced live on the television to the Americans on the Ed Sullivan Show in February 9th, 1964. They became a very popular band in the sixties and even after the band split, John Lennon still continued to write and play songs that had influenced the world and became one of the world’s very important histories. I. II. III. The Beatles’ origins and the Ed Sullivan Show A. The formation of the Beatles B. The Ed Sullivan Show C. The British invasion Beatlemania, Disbanding, and John Lennon A. British invasion B. Huge hit! C. Beatles disbanded in 1970 D. John Lennon John Lennon’s Death and its impact A. John Lennon’s death B. John Lennon’s impact C. Becoming history Conclusion – The Beatles had became one of the most famous band ever of all ages and their songs have influenced many people in writing songs and living a better life. John Lennon’s song “Imagine” had became one of the most well-known single ever, the song expressed Lennon’s feeling of wanting a better world. After his death, John Lennon and the Beatles became a history.