• Malaysia
    ] On the stroke of midnight, the lights were switched back on, and the Union Flag in the square was lowered.[2] The new Flag of Malaya was raised as the national anthem Negaraku was played. This was followed by seven chants of 'Merdeka' by the crowd.[1][2] Tunku Abdul Rahman gave a speech hailing the...
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  • Analysis of the Gettysburg Address
    solution follows in the last paragraph when Lincoln asserts that it is our duty to dedicate ourselves to the unfinished work of preserving our nation. Language played a role in the effectiveness of the speech equally important to that of structure. We know creating a sense of unity between North and South...
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  • Narrative Texts
    devoted to their narration – how long o Pace (speed) – duration (Dauer) in the story (minutes, hours, days, years) and the length of text devoted to it (in lines and pages) = temporal – spatial relationship o Constancy of space = norm ( unchanged ratio between story – duration and textual length...
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  • Test
    ] Mardell: A canny, democratic move [/news/world-us-canada-23918088] Obama's 'robust discussion' [/news/world-us-canada-23918034] Full text of Obama speech [/news/world-us-canada-23918149] Previous image | Pause | Next image 2/5 Syria conflict: Special report Mid-East press uneasy at Obama...
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  • Invictus
    International Business Environment “INVICTUS” [pic] Table of Contents 1. Introduction: 4 1.1 Overview of “Invictus”: 4 1.2 The summary: 4 2. Values: 6 2.1 Racism: 6 2.2 Unity: 7 2.3 Leadership: 8 2.4 Keeping the Faith and Forgiveness: 9 2.5...
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  • Swami Vivekananda: an Orator Par Excellence
    Swami Vivekananda: An orator par excellence JAYESH SURISETTI The time was 6 hours, 33 minutes and 33 seconds, a few minutes before sunrise. It was the 12th of January, 1863, Monday. The whole city of Kolkata was gearing up to celebrate the last day of Poush or Makar Sankranti. The chilly breeze...
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  • The Creek
    much of the information as possible. 5. Discuss the difference between listening only (Activity 3 ) and listening with reinforcement from visual cues (Activity 2). This activity can be linked with developing speech skills. 6. Let students view a video recording (15-20 minutes) of a...
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  • The Sunlight on the Garden Analysis(Scribd)
    visual image in "nets of gold". The poet also appeals to our sense of touch(feelings) in line 2"Hardens" and"cold".These two images are tactile images.In fact these various types of imagery in the first stanza arouses our sensory perception. According to FIGURES OF SPEECH,the use of metaphor dominates...
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  • Effect of Yoga and Meditation
    condition. OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF TERMS 1. Muscular strength: The ability of a muscle to exert force for a brief period of time. Muscular strength will be interpreted as maximum number of Pushups performed in one minute. 2. Muscular endurance: The capability of a muscle or muscle group to...
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  • Independece Day
    , 1957, crowds gathered at the Royal Selangor Club Padang in Kuala Lumpur to witness the handover of power from the British. Prime Minister-designate Tunku Abdul Rahman arrived at 11:58 pm and joined members of the Alliance Party's youth divisions in observing two minutes of darkness.[2] On the...
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  • Compostion
    conferencing and editing their own and others work in peer critiques. They will learn to revise from a position of strength. • We will work on order, organization, unity, coherence, purpose explication, sentence variation, diction and figurative language, using logos/ethos/pathos, avoiding logical...
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  • learning portfolio
    of these theories for this purpose. Provide a reference list to support the presented information. BUS10699 Assignment 2: Oral Presentation with Peer Review and Group Report. Part 1 weighing: total 20% part 2 weighing: 5% of Unit. Due: Monday week 8 Requirements: Part 1: Deliver a five minute...
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  • Comparison of Eastern and Western Philosophers
    Eastern Philosophy Western Philosophy Main Schools Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Integral Yoga, Islam, Taoism,Zen Christianity**, Rational, Scientific, Logical schools Main Principles 1. Cosmological unity 2. Life is a journey towards eternal realities that are beyond the realities that...
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  • In Union There Is Strength
    IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH To our respected instructor, my dear classmates and friends, good day. It is my pleasure to stand before you today despite fright and hesitations. It is not an easy task to render a speech like a politician or a preacher in front of handsome and beautiful people like...
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  • Aristotle
    Elements behavior---> Water -->Air. Democritus (460-370 B.C.) Atoms - No perceptual qualities. No experience of Atoms. Cannot be destroyed of created. Physical Properties atom have----> 1) Motions, 2) Position, 3) Weight, 4) Differ in shapes. Reality------> Atoms-->The void...
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  • Curriculum Studies in Malaysia
    , students will be able to: 1) Present an impromptu speech for about 5 minutes on current issues in Malaysia 2) Develop a PowerPoint presentation in about 10 minutes on the aspects of cultural elements in Malaysia and present it to the audience 3) Summarise the main ideas of written texts and...
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  • AP LAng
    , Patrick explains their strength and readiness to fight by showing examples of unity. Patrick insists they are a strong enough nation to take on the British; and take them on now! He starts off by saying, “Three millions of people, arrived in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that we...
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  • Rehc
    another rhetorical device, such as: • the rule of three • epistrophe • climax Rule of Three When you combine anaphora with the rule of three, the result is strong unity between the three statements. For example, consider these three contemporary speech examples: Steve Jobs...
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  • After Dinner Speech
    offend or provoke individuals or groups. It can destroy your credibility. 6. Don't make your public feel alienated or uncomfortable. 7. I recommend a 8 to 10 minutes time limit. Sometimes even 2 or 3 minutes will do. Ask the hosts. Not longer, you don't want to be a party killer? 8. Practice your talk in front of a friend, rewrite, time the length, rewrite again and polish your after dinner speech topics....
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  • Barry Unit 3
    and then use it as the key to the whole text | WHAT THEY SEEK | - Parallels/echoes- Balances- Viewpoint- Unity and coherence- Symmetry-Patterns | - Contradictions/Paradoxes- Shifts/breaks in tone- Conflicts- Absences/Omissions- Aporia (situation in which 2 or more parts of a theory do not agree...
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