• education in emerging india
    of situation. Human nature is multisided with multiple needs, which are related to life. Educational aims are correlated to ideals of life. The goal of education should be the full flowering of the human on this earth. According to a UNESCO study, “the physical, intellectual, emotional and ethical...
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  • Self Intro
    to tell your real hobby. (9) Life Aim: Tell about what is your life aim, it will be good if your life aim is high. You have to think high and you have try to reach high. (10) Achievements: Tell about what you have achieved up to now, minimum it is good to say 3 achievements and best to have...
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  • Teaching Assistant
    eating and drinking difficulties. The therapist will consider the difficulties the child has and the impact these will have on his/her life. If appropriate the therapist will decide how the child can be helped to reach their full communication potential. At what language and speech therapist focus on...
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  • Essays
    -planned aim in life, and do but little thinking, then the result can only be a life full of confusion and unhappiness. Therefore, you must do your best possible thinking with the best possible aim. Be clear of what you are going to do from the beginning to the end. Be humble, sincere, and...
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  • Analysis of "The Kings Speech"
    both centered on King George’s famous speech defect and how it affected and caused him a lot of trouble both in being the king and in his personal life. As text 1 are posters printed to promote the movie, The King’s Speech, a drama film about King George, which is actually based on text 2, the...
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  • Speech
    * One should have the audience in mind and aim to cater to their needs * Your speech should include all the facts but you cannot take sides on a particular issue The success of an informative speech will depend on how much the audience could understand from the speech. Tips for effective...
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  • Essay
    nation separated from the British Monarchy. Sadat has a ‘vision of change’ and this notion is explored in his speech, which aims to unite two different cultures although they are very similar in historical context. The overt purpose of the speech is for Keating to perform a public, state funeral...
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  • Tagore
    TAGORE’S NOBEL PRIZE ACCEPTANCE SPEECH . PROF.S.JAYARAMAN Email:jayaraman121@gmail.com Rabindranath Tagore won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 for...
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  • Sasa
    General Purpose (i.e., to inspire or to entertain) and the Specific Purpose of your alternative topic? General Purpose: Commemorative to inspire Specific Purpose: To inspire my audience to be happy when they meet some difficult situation. 3. What is the central idea for the speech? (aim to...
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  • sharing the Dharma
    Sharing the Dharma Day to enhance their lives. Guided meditation,teaching, vegetarian potluck, and facilitated discussion. Life Center Therapies for Well-Being 1319 N. Government Way Cda, ID 83814 Sharing the Dharma, Sravasti Abbey speech was an hour in a half long, 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Her speech...
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  • Keating's Speech Analysis Table Format
    stick together” • Bringing country together in remembrance (uniting)- aim of creating a national identity based on qualities of Aus’n life - ‘mateship’ ‘courage’, resilience, self belief and the need to ‘stick together’ • Acknowledge wide background of Aust’ns • This speech is one of the...
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  • Aung San Sui Kyi
    that the people of Burma could experience freedom. An army unit in the Irrawaddy Delta confronted her almost a year later on April 5, 1989 while she was delivering a speech for democratic freedom. The army unit had orders to aim their weapons at her during the speech waiting for the order to fire. A...
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  • X-Men
    only going to talk about a few main characters. The good characters are those who do not want to hurt anyone and their aim is to live a normal life. The bad ones are willing to kill others to establish their supremacy. Professor Charles Xavier, also known as Professor X. His power is telepathy. He can...
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  • Iahahaha
    requires more effort; effort to make it sound unpolished, truthful and energetic. You can call 01276 804633 or email training for more public speaking tips Pointers for good impromptu speeches There are 3 main pointers for a good impromptu speech: 1. Stick to the basics. Aim for a solid...
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  • Analysis of Interpersonal Function in Advertising
    action. Interrogative in advertisement is also express other function instead of question, for in advertising speaker aims to give information, not to ask question to hearer. No matter what the mood of a clause is, declarative or interrogative, or imperative, all of speech function of them must service...
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  • Antigone-Analysis of Creon's speech
    Creon’s first as king and its main aims are to explain his legitimacy, outline his political ideals and justify his proclamation regarding the treatment of Polyneices. Being an astute speaker, Creon’s speech contained effective usage of the art of persuasion, showing his shrewdness, inflexibility and...
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  • Rhetorical Analysis Obama
    English 1101 Rhetorical Analysis President Obama’s acceptance speech aims to convince his audience by talking about the major issues in America at the time, like the economy, war, gas prices, and jobs. Obama starts his speech thanking his family and the Clinton family. He begins by talking about...
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  • Yr12 Speeches
    vehicle – in this way she first appeals to the ethos of the |counter-feminists |speech requires a ‘well-read’ | |emotional sensitivity |She aims for women to continue |audience allowing her ideals to be more easily accepted. |The...
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  • Stylistic Analysis
    personality and his way of looking at life. Martin Luther King, the follower of the nonviolent principles of Mahatma Grandhi, conveyed his belief to the audience through the whole speech. All he said about the poor living conditions of Negro and the discrimination against the black people was...
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  • Stem Cell Revisited
    a life form containing rights, Bush also appeals to the use of logic in the form of rhetorical statements. Near the beginning of the speech, Bush poses the rhetorical statements, “First, are these frozen embryos human life and therefore something to be protected? And, second, if they’re...
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