• Ceremonial Speech
    Ceremonial speech Dedication speech So class my name is nick I hope you got that right on our extra credit. I am going to do a dedication speech on this class. Yes this might be weird to give a class a dedication but this class was different. I first want to start off by saying thank you profes...
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  • Speeches
    SPEECHES - 2001 The value of great speeches is that they continue to speak to us. How do they do this? In your answer, refer to at least TWO speeches. It is certainly true that the value of great speeches is that they continue to speak to us. They are admired by responders over many...
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  • Lexical Pequliareties of Modern Political Speeches
    INTRODUCTION The main aim of this graduation paper is to show lexical peculiarities in modern political discourse. The structure of the given graduation paper is the following: an introduction, two chapters, a conclusion and a bibliography. The aim of the first chapter entitled «T...
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  • Tackling Hate Speeches
    On the issue of Hate Speeches In electoral politics it is well accepted that gaining Power is as important for politicians as offering good governance. In this context, two prominent ways to woo the electorate can be identified.  One, u got the hard way - i.e providing long-term benefits...
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  • Essay Contrasting Speeches of Brutus and Mark Antony
    ESSAY CONTRASTING SPEECHES OF BRUTUS AND MARK ANTONY Both Brutus and Mark Antony have two entirely different purposes and agendas in each of their speeches to the Roman citizens. Brutus' aim is to convince the throng of restless Romans that Rome has been saved thanks to the gallant conspirators...
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  • Speeches Essay/
    An inherent tension between the actual and the possible is revealed through the development of ideas in a speech. This is seen through an intrinsic connection between reality and what can become reality, made obvious by notions presented through, rhetorical devices. This is seen in the...
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  • Module C- Speeches Essay
    There is no stronger and more globally imperative issue, that of peace. It is something which affects and impacts upon so many different aspects of cultures, communities and countries. It is therefore not surprising that many issues have been addressed through speeches which have touched audiences....
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  • On Religion: Speeches to Its Cultured Despisers
    On Religion: Speeches to its Cultured Despisers Friedrich Schleiermacher, a Protestant theologian, philosopher, and educator, who wrote On Religion: Speeches to its Cultured Despisers (1799), ventured into Christian dogmatics in a non-conventional yet avant-garde manner. His new approach to crit...
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  • Inspirational Speeches
    Inspirational Speeches "The Gap between Knowledge and Action" Have you ever wondered why, a lot of times, you just can’t seem to make progress in life despite the fact that you know so much about what it takes to succeed? There just seems to be a gap between what you know and what you actually d...
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  • Persuasive Speeches
    Jesse Johnson Speech Bailey April 12, 2005 Persuasive Speeches When starting to think about what I am going to do for my persuasive speech I tried to think of a topic that I am going to be able to learn something from and also a topic that I already k...
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  • Margaret Atwood and Anwar Sadat Speeches
    What makes the selected speeches worthy of critical study? Margaret Atwood’s Spotty-Handed Villainesses (1994) and Anwar Sadat’s Statement to the Knesset (1977) are both speeches worthy of critical study because of their fascinating ideas and values. “There was a little girl Who had a...
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  • To What Extent Has Your Personal Response to the Speeches Been Shaped by the Enduring Power of Their Intellectual & Artistic Qualities? an Exploration of the Speeches “Faith Hope and Reconciliation” by Faith Bandler
    I have selected two speeches both of which I felt were written to connect with their audience and be persuasive. The first speech by indigenous Australian rights activist Faith Bandler, is aptly named “Faith, Hope and Reconciliation” 1999, the second speech is “Funeral Service of the Unknown A...
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  • Sadat, Deane and Keating All Speak About Unity in Various Forms. How Do They Do This and Why Would Their Speeches Have Been Convincing to Both Their Intended Audiences and Modern Audiences?
    “We all on this land, the land of God, we all Muslims, Christians and Jews worship God and no one but God.” Sadat, Deane and Keating all speak about unity in various forms in order for people to relate to the what they are saying which helps them get across the point of there speech. In William...
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  • Welcome Speeches
    WELCOME SPEECHES FOR PARTIES | Good Evening, A warm word of welcome to everyone tonight as we celebrate [insert event or occasion]. Tonight is a exceptional evening -  I am so glad that so many special  people have been able to join us this evening. As, always, to absent friends - we still m...
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  • The Effects of the Speeches of Brutus and Antony
    The Effects of the Speeches of Brutus and Antony Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare's greatest works. It's about a group of conspirators who kill their king, Julius, in order to be free. Antony, opposed to the assassination, felt that he should avenge Julius's death. He delivered a spe...
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  • Bush vs. Linclon Inauguration Speeches
    If you were in a management position and there was no one above you and you had served your whole term, what would you do? Would you say I have done my part and throw in the towel? Or would you strap up and go at it again? Had you really made a difference in the people's lives that you were leading,...
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  • Comapring Two Speeches from Macbeth by William Shakespeare
    Macbeth undergoes a huge change after murdering Duncan. He turns from a man frightened of murder and only pressured into it by his wife, to a man who is prepared to kill anybody who may get in his way of being King. The quote below is taken from one of Macbeth's speeches before he commits the act...
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  • Romeo and Juliet Key Speeches from Act Ii
    Key Speeches 1. a. Romeo b. Romeo sees Juliet moving around in her room. He snuck into the Capulet orchard and is talking about Juliet. c. NO VOCAB d. yonder- over there envious- jealous e. But wait, what's that light in the window over there? It is the east, and Julie...
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  • Making Formal Speeches
    MAKING FORMAL SPEECHES Often this is the most difficult part of oral communication for many people. Selection of the Topic This is the first step in formal speechmaking. You may be assigned a topic, such as to introduce a speaker. Here, you are likely to be assigned a topic because you have...
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  • Speech-Related Activity: 1-Minute Speeches
    Speech-Related Activity: 1-minute Speeches Aims: Practice quick analytical thinking, expression of opinions Level: This works best with more advanced students, and in smaller groups. Materials: Pre-made topic slips, a clock or watch for keeping time. Roles: Each speech requires a...
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