He was very fair throughout his presentation. He repeated phrases like “Let freedom ring” and “I have a dream”, and made the speech compelling. In fact, at the end of the speech, the audience from the audio and I got excited from it. I believe how the crowd and location made a part to its success. The Lincoln Memorial showed symbolism to King’s words; which is important for rhetoric standards.
This structure is important because Lincoln starts off with the facts and then discusses the topic if he were to do it any other way the audience would be left confused and wouldn’t understand his overall purpose toward the fight. Another example of syntax would be the last paragraph, which is one long sentence. This last statement is put in one sentence to show the passion in Lincoln, but also the hope he has for America in its healing process. This statement can’t be split, it must stand together or it will lose its value. The togetherness of the structure then gives the audience a lasting and energized effect.
In this sentence for example, he is speaking with a confident and hopeful tone. This make the audience believe that he is trustworthy and that what he says is true. He this way makes them believe they will win, thus creating the feeling of hope. He also uses an ominous tone to create a feeling of sadness. “May He bless and keep us all”.
He is boisterous and loud. The tone of his voice is clear and confident, and when speaking to the group, he appears to feel worthy about himself, thereby making himself at the center of attention. According to Adler and Proctor, "People who feel good about themselves have positive expectation about themselves have positive expectations about how they will communicate." This is absolutely true in this particular scene, as we see evidence of Tommy's audience enjoying themselves through his funny banter. However, despite his likable appearance and self-confidence.
Clark uses this a lot through the movie, he knows how to speak to people, he can be very blunt and straightforward. At the start of the movie, Mr. Clark Approaches his students, all of them at once and voices his opinion of them. He tells him that he believes that they are better than what they have been lead to believe. That he knows that the students are smart and have the potential to be better than they have ever been. He makes the students hopeful, makes them feel like they are worth something.
Utterson’s perspective is more effective than those of other characters because of his ability to make people trust him. He has a good relationship with all of the other main characters. He was school friends with Dr. Lanyon, who holds “a sincere and warm affection” for him, and Dr. Jekyll, who tells Utterson that he has complete trust in him (Stevenson 12). Because of his trustworthy nature, people are more inclined to share information with him, allowing the reader to glimpse more of the story than if a character like Edward Hyde had been the protagonist. Unlike Hyde, who evokes a feeling of hatred in everyone he meets, “where Utterson was liked, he was liked well”
David Foster Wallace uses a combination of rhetorical literary devices and modes of persuasion to convince his audience, Kenyon College’s graduating class, that in their adult life it is not only important, but necessary to look past themselves and view the world without themselves at the center. If they do not do so, it will cause them daily misery and pain when having to interact with people when they are tired or bored. Wallace is able to persuade his audience by first gaining credibility with them, so they are more willing to listen to what he has to say. Then, he uses logical reasons as to why they should not put themselves above others in their lives, and solidifies the lesson through emotional appeals that most of the class can relate to and use to grow from. Throughout his speech he uses a variety of rhetorical tools to persuade the audience further, such as his use of anaphora, and syntax in the way he presents his ideas.
Everyone wanted to meet Mr. Brown, who seemed extremely overjoyed with the actions of everyone towards him. Things of this nature show that Mr. Brown is a reasonably pleasant man who does not carry too much displeasure in his charisma. After a number of occasions, what I was able to read I found Mr. Brown to a likeable man. His demeanor was hard to recognize at first, but showed later on in the chapters. I was able to identify the type of person he was through several interactions presented in the book.
This speech in not your normal locker room speech. He speaks with confidence allowing all the players to know he cares and believes in them. Emotion pours out as he shows his eagerness and determination towards their last two quarters of their season. He refers to the word “Perfect” throughout his entire speech repeating the word formatted into various definitions only strengthening the meaning and message that is being sent to the players. Speaking with confidence, is a hard thing to do you have
However he can't say this specifically towards the people because he wants to open his speech with affability. He wants the people to know he's with them, and that they should trust him. If Anthony wanted his 2nd line in his speech the way he meant it then the people would have not lend him their ears. The purpose of this syntax was to spellbound the listeners, and gain their trust. This appeals to their emotions, pathos.
Some positive things about Brian was that I could believe what he was saying based on his posture, his speech and what information was on his PowerPoint slides. On the other hand, I sensed that he was a little too excited for presentation and was speeding through his presentation to where some of us couldn’t write down as many notes as we wanted
I was graced with a fantastic group of teammates, which furthered my interest in the course. Having the support of my groupmates made it easy to accomplish my academic, personal, and professional goals. My progress was smooth also due to having instructors that I felt comfortable engaging with questions. Overall this class facilitated my growth like clockwork. If I could give one piece of advice to future students, it would be to dive in head first.
Wray 1 Tyler Wray Grabowskii AP English Language 22 January 2016 Argumentative Essay 1 Communication is an everyday occurrence between almost all of us. However, when we’re polite when we communicate, there are many benefits that are enjoyed by people who are polite to others and the people they are communicating with. These benefits include positive attitudes, a good reputation, and easier communication. People who use polite speech often have infectious positive attitudes. This is simply because being polite leads to positive communication, which then leads to a positive attitude.
The pillar of scholarship has taught me to appreciate the people in these groups as they guided me towards my academic goals. Sharing their advice, they have taught me to take pride in my work and my dedication to getting things done. I not only learned to keep my grades high, but I enjoyed the work and kept enriching my knowledge. Attending the National Honor Society and other groups allow me to set priorities, a skill that gives me the ability to manage my time. Managing my time is what helped me maintain my high GPA, as it was always my top
PEO Cross is doing an outstanding job and is performing at or above the set expectation most of the time. From my observing PEO Cross communicates respectfully and confidently when dealing with his supervisors and peers with whom he has a very good relationship. PEO Cross communicates with clarity when speaking to the dispatcher using the mitre and does not hesitate to seek advise from his Supervisors and Coach Officer.