• Persuasive Speech - UFO's
    Persuasive Speech - Outline The Greatest Story Ever Denied - UFO’s Introduction I. Good morning ladies and gentlemen. My name is Alexandra Trejos. II. Has anybody heard of flying saucers or missing time? III. Today I will be speaking about a topic I find very interesting. By a show of...
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  • The Art Of Rhetoric
    and political meetings public speaking is found and seen in almost any setting of life. The Ancient Greeks were fanatic about rhetoric, in fact rhetoric was believed to have been founded by a Ancient Greek Sophist (travelling public speaking teacher) named Corax. It was simply a part of every citizen’s...
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  • What are the Unique Traits of Athenian Democracy?
    that make Athenian democracy unique not only in the ancient world but also in the modern world as well. For the first time in recorded history, citizens had a say in what laws were to govern them . Democracy was an unknown and alien concept in the ancient world, and Athenians knew that their political process...
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  • Ufo Evidence
    reported one or more UFO sightings. That translates to about 60,000 people per million. I will use this statistic to help prove my point that aliens do exist. In this speech I will convince you to believe this point by introducing to you all the government cover-ups, statistics, and facts that show we are not...
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  • England
    denied citizenship. Point five of the document states, "Those who are not citizens must live in Germany as foreigners and must be subject to the law of aliens." 4 This point explains that the non-citizens of Germany would be treated as foreigners in the country, providing that they were of non-Jewish religion...
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  • Ib English Literary Elements
    colour writing: general name for a writing style that uses details associated with a particular setting; therefore, readers get ideas about the dress, speech, customs, and scenery of a location; Mark Twain was the "pioneer" of local color writing in American literature http://ibscrewed4english.blogspot...
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  • Public Speaking
    *Book/ Article 1 - The Speech to Persuade (Based on the book “Basic Public Speaking” By Patricia Bradley Andrews) *Book/ Article 2 - Persuasive Purposes (Based on the book “Public Speaking: Principle into Practice” by James R. Andrews) * Book/ Article 3 -Persuasive Speaking (Based on the book...
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  • polar swithc
    informative speech/The Mayans and The ancient aliens. I. Ancient monuments precisely aligned to celestial events, and the calendar accurately predicting shifts in the earth’s access every 26000 yrs. A. Did the Mayan of Central America really create one of the most advanced civilizations of ancient times...
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  • Eloquence
    many synonyms such as: articulacy, expression, fluency. It mainly means the way you present yourself in your speech. This word has lost its use through the years because people don’t take speech as serious as it used to be long ago. In the old days of knights and Kings and Queens to even the 1800’s during...
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  • Bruce Dawe and Tim Collins
    These texts include: ‘Weapons Training’ and ‘Homecoming’ by Bruce Dawe and the speech Lieutenant Tim Collins gave to his troops before they went to battle. It is simply not debateable that Bruce Dawe’s poems and Tim Collin’s speech should be included in this new Anthology. These texts all require an element...
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  • Ancient Aliens Visiting Earth
    Sumerians also invented the first known writing system, by using cuneiform script on clay tablets. In the 19th century archaeologists exploring the ancient ruins of Nineveh, discovered 22,000 of these clay tablets. When they were later translated the text describes many stories similar to those found in...
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  • Physical Setting of the Agora, and Its Importance for the City of Athens
    making it an important political center for the ancient world, but also the base for modern judicial ideas. The art of rhetoric began here as well, where speeches were planned and delivered in court as persuasive techniques. Antiphon was the first such speech writer that was known. Another important aspect...
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  • Rhetorical Theory
    Rhetoric began with the Ancient Greeks; Aristotle gave a definition that is still used in today’s comprehension of Rhetoric. He states rhetoric as “the ability, in each particular case, to see the available means of persuasion.” Though most ideas of rhetoric differ such as Plato compared to Aristotle...
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  • Diamond
    communities, such as natural forests. We are using all of the sunlight for impoper things when it could be used for more impactful things. -The term "alien species" refers to species that we transfer, intentionally or inadvertently, from a place where they are native to another place where they are not...
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  • Philosophy
    gave her speech "Philosophy: Who Needs It?" to the West Point Military Academy graduating class of ‘74. I do believe she did an excellent job introducing/ proving her argument. She defines philosophy as the solution to the questions that every person attempts to answer. She begins this speech with a...
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  • Abigail Adams & Sojourner Truth
    husband (John Adams) through every phase of his rise to power; as first lady she maintained a mostly conservative stance, vigorously supporting the Alien and Sedition acts even though they proved extremely unpopular with the public. Adams made her strongest appeal for women’s rights in 1776 when John...
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  • Notes on Rhetoric
    slideshare.net/mcmrbt/values-and-ideology-in-media-studies ____________ Plato wrote Gorgias and Phaedrus, complaining of formal organization of speech Plato berated (scolded) the popular appeal of the sophists in Gorgias Aristotle (384-322 BCE) wrote Rhetoric, seen as an attack on the sophists...
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  • Fallacies- Hulu Commercial
     Fallacies are defects that have the power to weaken an argument. Fallacious arguments are much more common than we may think, and they tend be persuasive to the casual listener or reader. Politicians, celebrities, and advertisement commercials constantly make use of them. As an example of a fallacy...
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  • Roman Senate
    most important power was that they controlled the army. The Senate was composed of leaders from the patricians, the noble and wealthy families of ancient Rome. They were the law makers. They controlled spending. Members of the Senate were not elected. They were chosen by the Consuls. Once chosen, they...
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  • Do They Exist?
    A bird, A Plane, or The Plausible Alien. A little known tidbit about Aaron is that he loves the concept of extra-terrestrial life. The discovery of an extra-terrestrial species whether in intelligent form, or bacterial, would shift the philosophy and religion life as we know it, and I’m just waiting...
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