Analysis Of Michelle Obama Speech

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Introduction On September 4th, 2012, the First Lady Michelle Obama gave a speech about the values of the American Dream. Within her speech she talks about her past and how she shares the same values as the president of the United States of America - her husband, Barack Obama. She talks about why she is proud to be an American and why being the First Lady has changed her life forever. A main focus in the speech is how The American Dream is partly about working to not only make one's own life better, but also to work in order for children and grandchildren of the future to have better opportunities. Viewpoints Within the speech delivered by the first lady of the United States there are numerus viewpoints presented in her Speech, mainly about Michelle Obamas "previous life" and the virtues she was taught by her parents. The first lady talks about her old life with love and passion. She talks about taking her kids to "Saturdays at soccer games" and spending "Sundays at grandma's house.". Michelle Obama later on talks about how she was afraid that the new life of being the first lady would change her family's life. But then mentions that she learned the values of "honesty, integrity, dignity, decency, gratitude and humility" and that if she …show more content…

The primary receiver of this speech would be all American citizen, as she talks about the American dream and having to work hard to get somewhere in life. The secondary receiver would be the rest of the world, since this is a worldwide known

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