Employing Pathos in Argument
In David Roster Walllace’s graduation speech, Wallace persuades the class to view the world as whole instead of individually. Wallace argues that we should not feel as if the world revolves that we should not feel as if the world revolve around only our needs but also the...
audited classes for another 18 months. Jobs is a renowned CEO, but he did not earn this position easily. Throughout Jobs’ speech, he discusses several unknown, personal experiences. Jobs makes a connection with the audience by telling three intimate stories, discussing failure, and using simplistic sentence...
have a dream" speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963. He used personal experiences and also experiences from the Civil Rights Movement. During his speech he also referred to American History and used metaphors and repetition to strengthen and enrich his famous speech.
Dr. King described...
Unit Outline Culminating Project
Calling people to action is something that Cesar Chavez did and he was good at it. His speech effectively calls people to action the most by giving the audience background information about his life; he also tells the reader what it was like...
This paper will critique the speech Questions of Culture delivered by a graduate of Richmond University in 1996. The speakers name is Sajjid Zahir Chinoy. This critique will focus on the organization, content and delivery of the speech.
Sajjid started the speech in...
This speech is written by Barrack Obama on July 19, 2013 and looks at the racial discrimination towards African-Americans. Obama's contention is for equality among the American population and particularly African-American boys and as a nation America needs to do something to give them a...
perception. The perception between roommates, co workers, relationship partners, parents, children, teachers, and students. Perception is our sensory experience of the world around us and involves both the recognition of environmental stimuli and actions in response to these stimuli. Through the perceptual...
Random student locker searches without permission
Student safety on field trips
Student news articles and freedom of speech
Discuss the following: Explain the responsibilities you have as a teacher in the issue you chose. What are the students’ rights? Do you have a responsibility...
Project #3 -- The Informative Speech
A. Coin Collecting
B. How & when Started
C. Basic Coin Collecting
II. Audience Analysis and Adaptation
A 1. No Age or Gender related to this hobby all are...
Giving Your First Speech
Preparing your personal experience speech
1. Choose your topic. Don’t try to give your whole life history; instead, focus on one or two experiences in your life which have helped define who you are.
2. Find a creative way to develop your story—could it be any of these...
Giving a Winning Speech
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this speech, “Who Are You and What Are You Doing Here?”, the author makes couple points that he wants to point out. In the second paragraph, he makes a claim that says that American villages are not in good shape and this can be categorized as a simple categorical argument saying that American villages...
Commencement Speech Analysis
Aaron Sorkin in his Commencement speech at Syracuse University shares his personal experiences during his life and connects it to the graduates of Syracuse University. Throughout his speech, Sorkin keeps a humorous yet straightforward tone.
Sorkin opens his speech by telling...
NARRATIVE SPEECH PRESENTATION
Your first presentation will be a 4-5 minute narrative; a story of some kind which you will tell. This may be your own personal story or it may be about someone you know. You may use Power Point or not.
What kind of narrative?
The main point is that you are talking...
Criteria for Speech 3:
This assignment is designed to improve the quality of content and language in your speeches. You will be presenting an informative speech about a generic topic of (mainly) your choice.
Here is the assignment:
One of the best ways to include different types...
Aung San Suu Kyi Speech – Comments
Aung San Suu Kyi’s speech addresses big universal issues yet she starts in a very personal way, reflecting on her own experience as a democratically elected leader who has lived over six years under house arrest. This delicate balance between personal reflection and...
listening to him. In his speech, to one young world, he makes you rethink how everybody sees young people today. Not in the bad way that everybody sees us as but in the great ways that nobody sees us as. Well in his speech he uses effective orientation skill which makes this speech outstanding.
“Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.”
There are many speakers in history that deliver not only a well-organized speech, but also a memorable speech. Within a speech it is important to capture your audiences attention and gain their respect. Of all the wonderful speakers in history, one that has captured my...
delivered a speech at a women’s convention that would be forever remembered for its greatness, genuine and powerful message. In the speech Sojourner Truth talked about her experiences not only about being a women but being a black woman in that society. In the speech she uses her personal experiences to connect...
Speaker Critique of George Lucas Inspirational Speech
This video is in the speech held by Academy of Achievement. The Academy of Achievement is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization that aims to bring high profile, successful people from various fields together with "young...
Planning a Speech
The questions below will help you plan your speech. You may have already answered some of them in your Student Guide, so refer to your Student Guide, if you wish.
Remember: You need to complete the assignment by the due date to receive full credit.
A Rhetorical Analysis of Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Speech
Steve Jobs is successful even though he is not a college graduate, and has an unstable and unorthodox beginning to his life. He uses his background to play upon his rhetorical strategies...
Main points - Developed in body of speech
2. Logical (main points of speech)
3. Reasons (main points of speech)
4. Specific (main points of speech)
Developed in body of speech: -Logical - Reasons -Specific. (example: Why bike to school speech - logical-ecological..., Reasons-its...
Brainstorming - Generating many ideas quickly and uncritically.
Central Idea - The key concept of a speech.
General Purpose - The broad objective of a speech.
Infinitive - A verb beginning with "to"
Specific Purpose - The precise goal that a speaker wants to achieve.
Taking a speech course this semester has helped me to apprehend the difference between good and great communication skills. I have improved in many categories but also have numerous areas that need work. Actively participating in the various activities and speeches required...
"Tells your audience what you are going to tell them"
and establishes the foundation for your speech.
A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey.
For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of
1. Attention-Getter: A statement, visual or sound
(or combination)that startles...
Belonging most commonly emerges from experience of identity, relationships, and understanding. The sense of belonging is represented in various ways throughout texts such as “Feliks Skrzynecki” and “10 Mary Street” by Peter Skrzynecki and the related text, “Sorry” speech given by former Prime Minister Kevin...
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Sharing the Dharma, Sravasti Abbey speech was an hour in a half long, 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Her speech was just right, she discussed topics and had a question and answer after each session. The aim of the speech was to educate and share the Buddha’s teachings and expand our understandings...
person; however they are going to need public speaking in whichever career path they are aiming for. This course is designed to help build individuals’ personal and professional confidence, success, and understanding of public speaking. Through the development of confidence, success, and understanding, the...
Types of Speeches
An Informative speech is one in which you provide your audience with new and/or useful information about a significant topic. Remember, your goal is “to increase an audience’s knowledge or understanding of a topic;” your job is to define, explain and clarify your topic. No overt...