• 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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  • 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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  • Treaty of Versailes
    in Parliament (3 July 1919).   My real life situation is the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty which Germany was forced to sign by the Allies, because it was thought that Germany was responsible for the outbreak of the first world war. The treaty of...
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  • X-Men
    you have seen all the four movies on X Men? Perfect. Those who have little or no clue, my aim is to get you introduced and interested in X Men. Those who have seen two or three movies, you might learn a few things from this presentation. And those who have seen all the four movies, sit back, relax...
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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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  • Analysis of Interpersonal Function in Advertising
    ¡°get out of my daylight!¡±, or to give you some object, as in ¡°pass the salt!¡± what is being demanded is an object or an action, and language is brought in to help the process along. This is an exchange of goods-&-service. But if you say something to other with the aim of getting him to tell you...
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  • Unit 8: Promoting Health and Well Being
    through to this as it was one of my aims to know exactly what they feel about it. Due to this I have done and complete my first aim. I also gave the questionnaires for this group because it was important to know if the group speech was helpful for individuals. In my campaign I will make for my...
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  • Written Explanation
    knowledge on the topic I have used language that is formal and descriptive as can be seen in these phrases from my speech. My speech aims to reach out to both men and women of society predominantly above 18 because this is the time people reach adulthood and begin to merge into the workforce alone...
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  • safeguarding
    . AIMS (outline your aims in relation to your work-based learning. You should identify a minimum of two (or more) practice craft that will be developed during the module. For my first aim I shall have a meting with my staff and discuss new planning options. Talk about why we should work...
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  • reflection in retreat
    during high school. It lacked spice. But I like the end part though. It seemed to me that I am still hoping for all of us to see each other again after a long period of time on "the crossroads of life". A little bit cheesy on some parts of this speech but heck, this speech is part of my high school...
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  • Tagore
    established by him. Then he recounted his long secluded life in a boat- house on the banks of the river Ganges. He passed his days in solitude, as he said, “dreaming and giving shape to my dreams in poems and studies.” He longed to come out of solitude to work for his fellow- beings. He complained that...
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  • Tuesdays with Morrie
    respect him so much. This book includes the fourteen classes they had and each covered a topic, for example, forgiveness, family, the world. From these lessons, I have learnt the important of love. Anyway, the most important thing I have learnt is that I have found my aim. In the past, I was...
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  • Doctor in the House
    The Analysis of “Doctor in the House” The analyzed text is an extract from the book “Doctor in the house” by Richard Gordon, a well-known English writer. His own life was closely connected with medicine and he had also gone through such examinations that is why the characters and the situation...
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  • Down's Syndrome
    life significantly. Aim The main aim of this paper was to study how people suffering from Down’s Syndrome behave. This was mainly done using observation as a tool. My aim was to prove that through a nourishing environment and awareness it is possible for a person suffering from Down’s Syndrome to...
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  • Unit 7- Play and Learning in Children's Education
    of the whole community.. Their aim is to improve the health of families and children in the crucial first few years of life. Working in the community, they prevent illness and promote health and wellbeing. They are able to refer children to other muti-proffessional like speech therapist, social...
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  • Fly_highly
    Speech - How to lead a long and healthy life A very good morning to our respected principal, beloved teachers and all my fellow friends. I would like to express my gratitude for being given the opportunity to speak to you today. The topic that I would like to draw your attention to is about...
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  • Quindlen Rhetorical Analysis
    of perfection and how striving for it can put a damper on life. By using rhetorical devices and appealing to pathos, Quindlen is able to effectively drive her point home. This commencement speech was meant to be a wakeup call to all people who aim for perfection their whole lives, and to inform...
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  • My Last Day at School
    dealings. He advised us to set an aim of our life and try to achieve it with fair means. Principal's Speech Last of all the principal rose from his seat. There were clapping on all sides. He made a brief but beautiful speech. He talked of our association with school for number of years. He said...
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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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  • O Psie Który Jeżdził Koleją
    . As a result, the hog might be perceived as a representation of a philosopher propagating the value of social justice, even naïve, however still hoping to inspire the people to aim for progress and put an end to being set in a treadmill. 2. One of the stylistic devices Orwell uses in the speech...
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