• This Girl Is Onfire
    o “Stray bullet” • “Homeless” Anna Quindlen • “Calculated Risk” by K.C. Cole o People are 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...
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  • Obama - Back to School
    Prepared remarks of 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...
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  • Distinctive Linguistic Features of the Major Functional Styles of English
    theoretical sources for studying the subject matter; - to consider and examine what constitutes an analysis of text; - what types of writing styles exist; - to study the works of Barak Obama and several stories by W. S. Maugham and to analyze their styles of writing; - to...
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  • Let the Voices Be Heard
    Sagar Patel English Composition 102 Prof. Jelley November 17, 2010 “Let the Voices Be Heard” Rhetoric is the art of using language to communicate effectively and persuasively. Obama and Lincoln use rhetorical strategies to make their points. In Obama’s inaugural speech he appeals to the...
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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...
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  • Generic Analysis of Obama's Inaugural Address
    rhetorical genres and the jeremiad. Similar artifacts in the Inaugural Address are: the acknowledgment of change, appeal for unity, identification of the enemy, values and ideas, goals, and religious references. Obama uses these references to refer to the social, economic, political, and...
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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...
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  • Barack Obama's Speech in Back to School
    will embark on some of these questions through an analysis of his speech presented at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia at an event called, “Back to school”. President Barack Obama’s speech is about the importance of education, and an efficient infrastructure in the USA. He gathers his...
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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...
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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...
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  • Ap Lang
    . Vocabulary Quiz 3 3. Tone Quiz 3 Binder Check: Things I am looking for in Binder: 1. In Analysis: Barack Obama’s Acceptance Speech (Your paragraph on Obama) Sander’s “Staying Put.” (Your paper) 2. In Multiple Choice: Crucible...
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  • A Linguistic Analysis of Obama’s Inaugural Address
    features of AfroAmerican traditional sermons, which, arguably, have influenced the president’s address. Chapter 3 describes methodology of this work, that is to say, general approaches in this research. 2 Chapter 4 is devoted to the analysis of the speech from rhetorical and linguistic...
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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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  • Obama speech
    Obama delivered a speech to the Mapleton Expeditionary School of the Arts titled “What’s Possible for our Children.” Though intended for his election campaign, the speech also reflected this introduction’s attitude, calling attention to the gaping holes in American education. More specifically...
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  • Comm401
    Analysis * Fisher’s rhetorical situation * Primary stylistic devices characterize the speech * How did those devices function given the rhetorical situation? (Interpretation) Fisher’s rhetorical situation * Background/Persuasive Field * Clinton running against George W. Bush...
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  • Future Tense in Modern American English
    examples are: 16. “In the weeks to come we will begin a great debate about the future of this country … but in this election we will offer two different visions….” (Your World Today). 17. “We’ll be back in a minute” (Your Wold Today). 18. “Barak Obama … ultimately, he will be the candidate who will...
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  • Obama's Rhetoric
    political success reinforces the thesis that language is a powerful tool to influence citizens. The relationship between power, discourse and cognition provides the theoretical framework for the present analysis of Obama´s Inaugural Address; a speech which relies on literal meanings, and above all on...
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  • A More Perfect Union by Barrack Obama
    dropped, but at the end of his speech his numbers had risen back up to where they were. Obama opens his speech by arguing that the framers had a radical vision for “America’s improbable experiment in democracy” (Dean). This vision was captured in the Constitution, to form a more equal, more free...
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  • Manager
    Ethos Analysis of Sarah Palin RNC Acceptance Introduction Sarah Palin’s vice-presidential candidacy speech is an excellent example of contemporary rhetoric applied in politics. The speech is riddled with attempts to increase the credibility (Ethos) of various Republican Party members. This...
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  • The Internet Presidential Election
    47 and with a multiracial background, carries a different aura for young voters. From the study that was done by Woolley, on Content Analysis of User-Generated Political Facebook Groups, one could see that “Facebook users created more than 1,000 Facebook group pages that focused on Barak Obama...
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