• Aspects of America
    could start a whole new life in spire of your background. Can-do spirit = Optimism, every problem has a solution, Barack Obama’s ‘’YES WE CAN’’. Race for success = Constantly under development -> Expand. Religion All these things, I can relate to the picture ‘’Promotional poster, chrcmolithograph...
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  • speech analysis
    Speech is the vocalized form of human communication. It is based upon the syntactic combination of lexical and names that are drawn from very large vocabularies. Each spoken word is created out of the phonetic combination of a limited set of vowel and consonant speech sound units. These vocabularies...
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  • Yes We Can
    Unity, hope, power, and motivation are all things needed to make a country thrive and President Barack Obama’s speech on election night was just that. It gives hope for the future and insight on the past. It unites the people as one and reassures that they will continue that way, working together and...
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    Auto Biography Title: President Obama: the path to the white house When I first heard about Barack Obama I just thought of him as every other political person, to be harsh, and a cold person. Although having a wealth of knowledge I didn’t really think otherwise to who he was. When I concluded that...
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  • barack obama
    Introduction: 3-5 sentences Who is the audience of Obama’s speech, and what is its purpose? Therefore, in what context does he deliver this speech? How much control does Obama have when adjusting his spoken language? -Aimed to persuade people to vote for him. - Initially an underdog -...
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  • MLK vs. Obama
    Martin Luther King Jr. vs. President Obama Martin Luther King Jr. and President Barack Obama have both written and performed their fair share of speeches throughout their respective lives. The two speeches that are being compared are President Obama’s “A More Perfect Union” speech and Martin Luther...
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  • Analysis of the Leadership Style of President Obama
    President Barack Obama seems to be a transformational leader who wants to achieve a deep change and mobilises therefore a lot of followers. In his election campaign he had three principles: Respect! Empower! Include! He said “It’s not about me, it’s about you!”. The people felt attracted to Obama and were...
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  • Obamas Speech Business Communication Review
    After analysing Barack Obama’s victory speech first thing that comes to mind is his strong delivery. His delivery style exuded confidence and it had a clear sense of purpose. He drew in the audience using the pause and gave them ample time to process the information in between. The language he used was...
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  • The Gettysburg Address, I Have a Dream and Grant Victory Park Speech
    10/15/12 The Gettysburg Address, I Have A Dream, and Grant Victory Speech There are speeches given all around the world for completely different and maybe insignificant reasons. The three speeches given by Martin Luther King, Barack Obama, and Abraham Lincoln are speeches that have a hopeful and strong...
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  • Malcolm and Martin
    Mark Grinhaus Final Paper Martin & Malcolm Van Der Meer 11/29/12 King Jr. vs. Obama vs. X Throughout history there have been few men who have changed the course of a nation and had a profound impact on our way of life. The fight for racial equality has been a long fought battle that still...
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  • Rhetorical Analysis of Obama’s Speech on Race
    We the people, in order to form a more perfect union”1 - On March the 18th 2008 Barack Obama opened his speech on race, in Philadelphia, with this sentence. From the open sentence you can see that this speech isn’t any speech, perform by any orator. It’s a speech with a main message, performed for the...
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  • Rhetorical Devices & Literary Terms
    g. Whenever you call something “cool,” you’re not talking about its temperature but referring to some other quality it possesses). Analogy: A comparison made between two things or situations in order to make a point. In a sense we've come to our nation's capital to cash a check. When the architects...
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  • Presidential Inaugeration Review
    Presidential Inauguration Speech Review On the morning of January 20, 2009 I sat in my classroom watching the Inauguration of President-Elect Barack Obama Really thought he made a great speech, but he also seemed to ramble without purpose at point, Almost oppositional in some spots. I really feel...
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  • Martin Luther King, Obama, and Douglass
    black men of all time. Were King, Douglass, and Obama all created equal, or were these men chosen to be predestined for greatness? What constitutes "greatness" in politics? Names that come readily to mind, like Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, and Barack Obama, are those who rose to inspire...
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  • Obama Speaks
     The topic is "American Promise " because our speaker Barack Obama refers to it throughout the speech. Barack Obama shares his insights about the American promise to the American people. He believes anyone can follow their dreams if they just work hard enough . (1, line 6) : "(...) through hard work...
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  • Civil Rights Movement
    African American Civil Rights Movement In 2008, we welcomed our very first African American President for the United States. On January 20, 2009, President Obama took oath of running the office for the next four years. Barack Obama’s inauguration set a record attendance for any events that has taken...
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    Composition……………………………………………………………………………….6 Analysis of Prepared vs. Delivered Speech………………………………………………7 Additions to Prepared Speech ......………………………………………………..7 Omissions from Prepared Speech...……………………………………………..11 Analysis of Delivered Speech……………………………………………………………15 Delivery…………………………………………………………………………..15 ...
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  • Writing to Engage an Audience
    Leanne Canillas ENL-356 Dr. Lulu Sun Short Paper 1 Writing to Engage an Audience Inspirational speech and writing always rests on a balanced combination of rational rhetoric and emotional motivation. It prompts the readers and listeners to view the world in a way the speaker or writer views...
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  • Compare Letter from Birmingham Jail and a More Perfect Union
    history, we see our leaders discuss issues with us through speeches. It ranges from a presidential speech to a community leader’s speech. The writings of the speech can be reflecting, reporting, explaining, or arguing. The primary goal is usually persuasion. In “Letter From Birmingham Jail” by Martin Luther...
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  • Racial Equality
     Martin Luther King Jr., William J. Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama all have very effective speeches, indeed. They agree on racial equality and try to work their way towards their goal. All four speakers have strong arguments and stupendous methods in adressing the situation. Although these...
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