• Obama - Back to School
    President Barack Obama: Back to School Event The president Barack Obama held a speech called “Back to School” on September 8, 2009. The speech was about the responsibility that you have as a young individual - responsibility to yourself, your teachers, parents and your country. Obama mentions, among...
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  • Distinctive Linguistic Features of the Major Functional Styles of English
    Analyzing Stories by S. Maugham…..…………………………….19 2.1.1. Style Analysis of the story “The Man with the Scar” by S. Maugham……23 2.1.2. Style Analysis of the story “The Luncheon” by S. Maugham…………….24 2.1.3. Style Analysis of the story “A Friend in Need” by S. Maugham………….26 2.2. Reading...
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  • This Girl Is Onfire
    afraid of less risky actions when their daily activities pose far more risk • “Farewell to Baseball” by Lou Gehrig • President Barak ObamaBack to School Speech o Who is responsible for our education? • “Crummy First Draft” by Anne Lamott o How our mind tricks us into believing...
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  • Let the Voices Be Heard
    to communicate effectively and persuasively. Obama and Lincoln use rhetorical strategies to make their points. In Obama’s inaugural speech he appeals to the audience’s emotions using Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. Where as to Lincoln uses similar rhetorical devices such as pathos and logos to take quotes...
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  • Analysis og Barack Obama back to school
    Barack Obama: Back to School The President of America, Barack Obama held the speech named “Back to School” at Wakefield High School in Virginia on September 8th, 2009. The speech concerns the importance and prominence of education and good will, and encourages the students to do their best in...
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  • Generic Analysis of Obama's Inaugural Address
    Rhetorical situation is the “natural context of (person, events, and objects) in relation to an exigency which can be completely or partially removed if discourse is introduced into a situation and can constrain human decision or action to bring about a modification of the exigency” (Bitzer, 1968)....
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  • Obama
    Obama’s speech at HRC Annual National Dinner - Rhetorical analysis The rhetorical pentagon: Topic: Obama’s topic in this speech is mainly about human rights especially the gay’s and the lesbian’s. It’s also about having a better USA and by that he means to improve the economy. Reader: Obama’s...
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  • Obama speech
    Ryan Creedon Rhetoric and Civic Life Dr. Haspel 10 Oct. 2012 Obama’s Education Promise, a Rhetorical Analysis “Education is the best provision for the journey to old age.” – Aristotle Today, 314.5 million people call themselves Americans. Each of them, with God permitting, will make the journey...
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  • The Rhetoric of “Yes We Can”
    The Rhetoric of “Yes We Can” Darío Villanueva outlines the history and significance of the rhetorical tradition and highlights the striking persistence of the power of the word in American politics. Even in our high-tech age, a three-word tagline -"Yes We Can"- carries devastating clout. The...
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  • Barack Obama's Speech in Back to School
    Essay – Barack Obama,”Back to School” What are some of President Barack Obama’s methods for successful speeches? How does he manage to gather the attention of his audience? Is he really just throwing out slogans at people or does he really deliver a mark after they’ve left the audience? This essay will...
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    5.1 Rhetorical Analysis: Introduction Addresses the effectiveness of the text in delivering its message “Rhetoric” 1 The art of speaking or writing effectively: as a : the study of principles and rules of composition formulated by critics of ancient times b : the study of writing...
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  • A Linguistic Analysis of Obama’s Inaugural Address
    Rhythm and Rhetoric: A Linguistic Analysis of Obama’s Inaugural Address Liilia Batluk Supervisor: Stuart Foster School of Humanities Halmstad University Bachelor’s thesis in English Acknowledgment My appreciations to my supervisor Stuart Foster for very helpful advice during the research. ...
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  • Comm401
    pleasure in the audience” * Aristotle: “Let rhetoric be {defined as} as ability, in each case to see the available means of persuasion” * Cicero: “speech designed to persuade” * Kenneth Burke “the use of language as a symbolic means of inducing cooperation in beings that by nature respond to symbols” ...
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  • A More Perfect Union by Barrack Obama
    “A More Perfect Union” by Barrack Obama It was March 18, 2008, many watched and listened as one of the most persuasive speeches on U.S. race relations was given by at the time senator, Barrack Obama. This speech was entitled, “A More Perfect Union”, a line taken from the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution...
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  • Analysis and comments on President Barack Obama’s speech ”Back to School”
    B) Analysis and comments on President Barack Obama’s speechBack to School” Education is one of President Barack Obama’s key issues. It is a very import factor in determining the rising generation’s competitiveness and more important a keystone in maintaining their position as the only superpower...
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  • Future Tense in Modern American English
    Högskolan i Skövde School of Humanities and Informatics English Future Tense in Modern American English John Lastra English C-Course Spring 2008 Tutor: Ingalill Söderqvist Table of Contents Introduction .........................................................................................
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  • Obama's Rhetoric
    +34 96 3691 485 BARACK OBAMA’S INAUGURAL ADDRESS: METAPHOR AND VALUES AS CAPTIVATING STRATEGIES TO CELEBRATE A PRESIDENCY ABSTRACT: Barack Obama's rhetorical style is broadly acknowledged to be one of the most outstanding examples of communication strategy in recent political oratory. His political success...
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  • Ap Lang
    AP Language and Composition—2008-2009 Monday, August 25: Write literary/rhetorical terms on lined paper to be placed in notebook under first section. Discuss class and supplies. Tuesday, August 26: Same as Monday Wednesday, August 27: Take Grammar/Language Diagnostic. Continue with terms if...
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  • The DACA
    Undocumented Students in the United States AP English Language and Composition On June 15, 2012, President Barak Obama gave a brief speech on a new Department of Homeland Security Immigration policy. This new policy will benefit thousands of undocumented students living here...
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  • Stylistic Analysis of Barrack Obama´S Presidential Victory Speech
    Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies Stylistic Analysis of Barrack Obama´s Presidential Victory Speech Iveta Vondráková Nitra 2012 Content Introduction ..............................................................
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