• reyna
    Name:________________________________ 7 Steps to writing your Commemorative Speech Use the following questions to trigger your imagination regarding the person of your choice. Pick a person who has made a positive impact on your life that you wish to honor to your classmates. These questions simply...
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  • ch11
    delivered. Students will be required to complete in class speeches (approximately 5 minutes each), practice speeches, and at least one impromptu speech. Students will also practice speaking in small group settings. In addition to formalized speeches, students will engage in peer critiques. COURSE...
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  • Definitions
    “like” or “as,” between two things that are essentially different yet have something in common. 11. Rhythm-the pattern of sound in a speech created by the choice and arrangement of words 12. Parallelism-the similar arrangement of a pair or series of related words, phrases, or sentences 13...
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  • Syla
    Manhattan Community College ------------------------------------------------- City University of New York Department of Speech, Communications and Theatre Arts Fundamentals of Speech: SPE100 (3credit) Prof. Mila Brisbon Scheduled Days Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday SPE 100-071...
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  • Abuse of Power from Rafael Trujillo the Novel In the Time of Butterflies
    examples that express how Dictator Trujillo abused his power. Trujillo took away women’s rights , took away prisoner’s rights, and took away freedom of speech in all the citizens of the D.R. This evidence proves that Trujillo was a bad man and abused his position of authority. Abuse of Power...
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  • Spc2608 Exam Two Study Guide
    said Responsible agent—takes communication seriously 1. Take responsibility for what is said and deal with consequences 2. Fosters informed choice—gives all sides 3. Appeals to the best in people—not the worst Consider receiver— 1. Aware of attempts to influence—be aware of motives ...
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  • Thomas Jefferson
    Thomas Jefferson Speech - First Inaugural Address Friends and fellow-citizens, Called upon to undertake the duties of the first executive office of our country, I avail myself of the presence of that portion of my fellow-citizens which is here assembled to express my grateful thanks for the favor...
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  • Persuasive Text Essay
    persuasive text essay Premier Anna Bligh, Australia Day Lunch Speech Tuesday 25 January Our Nation's character is built on stories. From the ancient tales of dreamtime to the struggles of settlement, through to World Wars and times of peace, our history makes us who we are. So often our story...
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  • Nato
    by anyone to squelch a countries right to freedom and democracy will not be tolerated for any reason. NATO Secretary, General Javier Solana gave a speech to the student body of American University in Washington, D.C. He stated, “The North Atlantic Alliance is unique. It is not only a military Alliance;...
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  • Voice of the Hibakusha
    and non-proliferation movement will evidently suffer. The historical memory of the atomic bombings will live on in the secondary sources such as commemorative sites and museum exhibits around the world. In absence of the human element (hibakusha), the responsible display and presentation of historical...
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  • Commemorative Speech
    Commemorative Speech General Purpose: To commemorate. Specific Purpose: To commemorate the love for the game of soccer. Central Idea: To commemorate the history of Soccer and the love for the game. Introduction I. 198 days until kick off! Entire countries will grind to a halt in 198...
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  • Lincoln Memorial
    1864-1865. She later won a Congressional commission for a full length marble statue in the Capitol in 1871(Lemp, Woman’s Art Journal 24). While commemorative efforts rising across the Union, Congress soon sought to create a larger national memorial. Even though there was a demand for a memorial...
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  • speech
     A commemorative speech are speeches of praise or celebration. The speaker aims of this speech is to pay tribute to a person, a group of people, an institution, or an idea. Each speech that you will give has a purpose. In a commemorative speech the main purpose is inspire your audience. The speaker...
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  • Speech Study Guide
    Hw #5 Pg 362 #1-4 1. What are the three purposes of a speech of introduction? What guidelines should you follow in preparing such a speech? * The three purposes of a speech of introduction is to build enthusiasm for the upcoming speaker, build enthusiasm for the speaker topic, and establish...
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  • Speech
    Click here for specific information and objectives concerning the Commemorative Speech. The main intent of commemorative speaking is either to commemorate or pay tribute to a person, group, place/institution, idea, monument, or event. Your function as a speaker is to highlight the reasons for the...
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  • Sasa
    Purpose: Commemorative to inspire Specific Purpose: To inspire my audience by telling them about the true values of life I learned from my dad. 2. What is the General Purpose (i.e., to inspire or to entertain) and the Specific Purpose of your alternative topic? General Purpose: Commemorative to...
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  • Poo
    Orlando: A Biography. Woolf's father, Leslie Stephen, was until the early 1890s principal editor of the Dictíonary of National Biography, the great commemorative work of the Victorian period. Note her diary entry (1928, shortly after publication of Orlando): Father's birthday. He would have been 1928-1832...
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  • Speech (Com103)
    COM103 Study Guide Ch. 1 Parts of Communication Process Situation- time and place in which speech comm. occurs Speaker- person who is presenting an oral message to listener Listener- person who receives the speaker’s message Frame of reference- sum of person’s knowledge, experience, goals...
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  • Poetry
    to, or in lieu of, its apparent meaning. Poetry is an imaginative awareness of experience expressed through meaning, sound, and rhythmic language choices so as to evoke an emotional response. Poetry has been known to employ meter and rhyme, but this is by no means necessary. Poetry is an ancient form...
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  • Metaphysical Poets
    devices used—especially obliquity, irony, and paradox—is often reinforced by a dramatic directness of language and by rhythms derived from that of living speech. Esteem for Metaphysical poetry never stood higher than in the 1930s and ’40s, largely because of T.S. Eliot’s influential essay “The Metaphysical...
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