Hns. English 10
A. "Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." These words are engraved on the Statue of Liberty that was assembled in 1886. The statue was mean
For Capital Punishment
How would we feel if one of our close relatives were killed? Would we not want vengeance? Would we not want them to be nothing our world.?
Capital Punishment in Australia was abolished nationally in 1985 but the majority of Australians support Capi
Behavioral Objective: Each student will deliver a 4 to 6 minute speech with the purpose to inform and PERSUADE their audience.
Topic Selection: Each student will choose their own topic. The topic must be a SOCIAL TWO SIDED ISSUE. The student will select O
WHY BOTHER TO VOTE
Ever since this country was established citizens have fought for a right that often is not exercised by today’s youth; along with many others. This right that I speak of is the right to vote. In the beginning one had to be a white male landow
Persuasive Speech Topics
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that there is a necessity for Americans to become bilingual.
America has become a bilingual nation since a numerous population of Hispanics have been immigrating to the country. Since the population of Hispanics immigrants is lar
Persuasive Speech Outline (Using Monroe’s Motivated Sequence)
Topic: Voting in Election
Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience to vote in democratic elections to voice out their opinions and beliefs regardless of their background, to decide for their future, and to preserve the essence of
Persuasive Speech Outline on Homeschooling
General Purpose: I want to persuade my audience
Specific Goal: I would like the audience to understand the advantage of why I strongly believe homeschooling is beneficial.
Thesis: Homeschooling environment is an effective approach in...
Persuasive Speech of Public Policy
I. Purpose of presentation
A. General Purpose: To persuade
B. Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience to take action to urge their congress person to vote against S.992 - The National Nursing Shortage Reform and Patient Advocacy Act...
PERSUASIVE SPEECH PREPARATION OUTLINE
TOPIC: Why do we need to vote?
Why do we have to vote for effective leadership?
To convince my audience that if we are not voting we will create and face problems in the future.
" Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press" -First Amendment, U.S. Constitution.
According to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, one of the basic principles our cou
Speech Text Analysis
In 1872 women's rights activist Susan B. Anthony was arrested for illegally voting in that year's presidential election. She gave a speech following the incident, in an effort to persuade her audience of her innocence and of the injustice done against her. Susan B. Anthony's
Arnold Schwarzenegger's speech given at the 2004 Republican National Convention was clearly of persuasive intent supporting the current President, George W. Bush and the Republican Party. His rhetorical purposes throughout the speech involve not only the encouragement to vote for Bush in the 2004 P
My Persuasive Research Paper 1
My Persuasive Research Paper
Axia College of University of Phoenix
My Persuasive Research Paper 2
Like Superman, African American’s contributions have influenced the growth of all American’s of today; some have been fast as a speeding
Persuasive Speech Outline
April 19, 2011
A.Attention-Getter: Racism is a prejudice or animosity against a person or group of people
Who belongs to a different race.
B. Thesis: Racism must cease.
Speech To Inform
Speech to inform:Euro-2012
In April 2007, Ukraine and Poland were named co-hosts for Euro 2012 tournament. This joint bid, taking into account Ukraine's tough economic condition and administration problems, has become a headache for UEFA President Michel Platini. The matches will
In 1950’s America, the equality of man envisioned by the Declaration of Independence was far from a reality. People of color — blacks, Hispanics, Asians — were discriminated against in many ways, both overt and covert. The 1950s were a turbulent time in America, when racial barriers
In her speech “On Woman’s Right to Vote”, Susan B. Anthony argues that women should get equal rights as men and have the ability to vote. She is mainly using logos in her argument as a form of reasoning to be persuasive. Logos is one of the most important techniques to use in a argument becaus
On June 10th, 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave, what might not have been one of his most memorable speeches, nevertheless, it would be one of the most historically influential speeches of his time. What came to be known as the “Stab in the Back” speech was delivered as a commencement address