"Oratory" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Publicistic Style

    speaker is the only correct one and to cause him to accept the point of view expressed in the speech‚ essay or article not merely through logical argumentation but through emotional appeal as well. This brain-washing function is most effective in oratory‚ for here the most powerful instrument of persuasion‚ the human voice‚ is brought into play. Due to its characteristic combination of logical argumentation and emotional appeal‚ publicistic style has features in common with the style of scientific

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  • Persuasive and Informative Speechesi

    Running head: PERSUASIVE AND INFORMATIVE SPEECH 1 Persuasive and Informative Speech Differences and Similarities When giving a speech‚ or just a conversation‚ there is a difference between the two. Both types of speech should be supported with the proper information; the information is used in different ways. When speaking to inform‚ the purpose is try and teach something to the audience. If the audience learns what you wanted to teach them‚ then you were successful. You need to explain

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  • Public Speaking

    speakers contracted either independently‚ through representation by a speakers bureau paid on commission of 25-30%‚[2] or via other means. Early training in public speaking took place in ancient Egypt.[3] The first known Greek work[specify] on oratory‚ written over 2000 years ago‚ elaborated principles drawn from the practices and experience of orators in the ancient Greek city-states. In classical Greece and Rome‚ the main component was rhetoric (that is‚ composition and delivery of speeches)

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  • Effective Oral Communications

    In today’s business world one of the most important skills that need to be mastered is that of effective oral communication. Effective oral communication is about the speaker’s selection of content‚ their presentation skills and their overall connection with the audience. For oral communication to be successful it has to have great content. This content must encompass an overview of the topic‚ clarity of an argument‚ credible sources and a conclusion. Topics of speeches should be clear and

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  • Robert F Kennedy Speech on the Assassination of Martin Luther King Analysis

    and wisdom‚ and this is the climax of his speech. After that the speech turns into more optimistic way inspiring the listeners to dedicate themselves to tame the savageness of man and to improve the quality of their life. As this piece of text is oratory speech‚ its purpose is to inform the auditory‚ then‚ to prevent possible negative effect that can be caused by the news and to influence for further actions. It’s clearly seen that the text has some peculiarities of oratorical speech. First of all

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  • Formal Resume

    RISHABH KUMAR Email id -rishabhs789@gmail.com Mobile 9953790132 CAREER OBJECTIVES: Organisation that give scope to apply my knowledge and skills and to be the part of a team that dynamically works towards the growth of an organization‚ whereby I can develop my skills yet further

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    one you practiced‚ the one you gave‚ and the one you wish you gave.” -Dale Carnegie “It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech.” - Mark Twain “A good orator is pointed and impassioned.” -Marcus T. Cicero “Oratory is the power to talk people out of their sober and natural opinions.” - Joseph Chatfield “He who wants to persuade should put his trust not in the right argument‚ but in the right word. The power of sound has always been greater than the power

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  • Publicistic

    Content: Introduction……………………………. Chapter I. I.I General notes on style and Stylistic…………………. I.II. General notes on functional styles of language…………… I.III. Publicistic style……………………………………… I.III.I Oratory and Speeches…………………………. I.III.II. The Essay…………………………………… I.III.III Journalistic Articles…………………………… Introduction: Definition Publicistic style of speech represents a functional version of a literary language and will widely be applied in various spheres

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  • Swami Vivekananda: an Orator Par Excellence

    life as they got the son they had been long yearning for. They named the child Narendranath‚ which means King of kings. Little did they know that the baby nestled in their hands was destined to vindicate the name they had given to him. Effective oratory has always held man in thrall since the dawn of civilization. In third century B.C. the Athenian orator and statesman Demosthenes with his stirring speeches organized a unified resistance to Philip - II of Macedonia. Who can forget these lines immortalized

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  • Speeches: Rhetoric and War

    SPEECHES - 2001 The value of great speeches is that they continue to speak to us. How do they do this? In your answer‚ refer to at least TWO speeches. It is certainly true that the value of great speeches is that they continue to speak to us. They are admired by responders over many years and have an ability to speak to us‚ hence stimulating many different responses as time goes by. This value is present in speeches such as “Among us you can dwell no longer” delivered by Cicero in 63 BC in

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