He spoke of his past experiences and was upbeat and humorous during the presentation. He gained his audience’s attention in the best way possible i.e. by relieving stress. He opened with a joke about the title of the lecture series and later did a series of pushups. This technique was effective as it diverted his audience’s attention from his illness to the gist of his talk.
The general’s developed speech and vocabulary give him air of intelligence that in turn gives the reader, or listener, a reason to trust and listen to his words. His vocabulary is broad and filled with words many grown adults may not even know the denotation or connotation of. One may not know what a pedant, demagogue, or a cynic is, but over the top words like these keep things interesting for the ones listening to the speech. They aren’t just any run-of-the-mill type of words that one would hear everyday in a normal conversation, but instead they make one think and process them a little bit more. Since General MacArthur’s vocabulary was as wide as it was, it makes him stand out more as an intelligent, wiser person.
Admiral William H. Mcraven addressed the 2014 graduating class at the University of Austin, Texas with more than eight thousand students in attendance. The address given by Adm. Mcraven touched the hearts of millions from all around the world by his inspirational message of how one person can change the world if they simply helped change the lives of ten others in their lifetime. I chose this speech for my rhetorical analysis because of the simple message it portrays, how helping a few can eventually help many. Adm. Mcraven’s address was especially effective for his audience, much due to how he relates to the students by reminiscing of the day he graduated from UT while providing advice for young college graduates preparing to begin their adult lives. Adm. William Mcraven graduated from UT in 1977, following his graduation he elected to volunteer for BUD/S, (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training).
Although he failed to support that main point, the rest of his arguments would be hard to dispute considering the amount of support he was able to gather. This analysis would be very useful to readers who are looking for a more in depth understanding of the piece. Also, this analysis was proved usefully in my American Literature class due to the fact it brought many great ideas for
And because of his confidence and credibility, the audience was very engaged and responsive. David McCullough Jr., in my opinion, achieved his purpose for the speech. I believe that even though he was humorous and joyful at some points in his speech, he made sure that the students understand the seriousness of the future they have planned. If I were to give him a grade, he would absolutely get an
In conclusion, Koyczan did an effective job connecting with the audience, by using the right tone, creating a gloomy atmosphere and throwing in figures of speech, he created the perfect speech the captivated the audience’s attention. His comprehensive speech was filled with enough determination that it easily linked with the
Good evening ladies and gentlemen, tonight I am here to speak about David Suzuki. Suzuki is an environmental activist, who studied at the University of Chicago. He began his life in the year of 1936, he successfully wrote many books, and won three Gemini awards between 1986 and 1997. One of his most notable works is The True Cost of Gadgets. Tonight I bring to you Suzuki’s ideas and how they can be challenged and represent a new idea.I will speak about three main points throughout the entirety of the night.
The priest professionally illustrated the simplicity and vividness of telling a compelling story. I believe one of the weaknesses with this speech was his loss of informing the audience of his main points, this eventually lead him to go off on a tangent. A major strength was his delivery and memorability. The verbal and non-verbal messages complemented the speech smooth, opening the audience almost conversationally. My only suggestion is maintaining a balance within each segment.
His amusingness was used throughout, which helped build the distinctively exhilarating way of telling story. The descriptive words have played an important role in creating the enjoyment of the essay. For example, the character simply had to emphasize a milky blurriness was all he saw through the microscope, he instead mentioned “the familiar lacteal opacity”. Sometimes, even prevalent phrases in daily life were used but with a lot of fun in it, such as “I could take it, but I couldn’t dish it out”, which concerned his propensity for running into things in the gymnasium. That explains for the success of Thunder’s writing style; he depicted each circumstance transparently and also provided examples along with it.
Another example is when Iago state, “What, man, there are ways to/ recover the general again” (2.3.259-260). In this quote Iago draws Cassio into believing there are ways to his position back on Othello’s good side again. Both quotes show Iago using his credibility to get on the good sides of both characters, increasing his reputation as a good friend/guy. Due to this increase, Iago can activate his plan with little to none suspicion and Iago can also manipulate Othello easily. Therefore, without the increase in Iago’s reputation and the trust others have in him, Iago wouldn’t have been able to accomplish his plan of bringing Othello to believe Desdemona is sleeping with Cassio which would’ve changed how Othello reacts.
By now he would be almost 60 years old but he probably still get a few good throws in.In high school, he set many records and always wen’t on top of they games. In high school he set 14 records. He went to Ringgold high school. His real name wasn’t Joe it was Joseph Clifford Montana and he had a lot of fun but when came to game day he was focused and ready.He didn’t always play football he also played basketball and baseball. When he got into high school his coach said that he was meant to be a quarterback and that he was a gift from god but he at first he was seventh string.
I think that it was substantial for him to get a taste of being normal. The first reason that supports my theory is he gets a taste of what smart is. What I mean is that he may of not been quick-witted forever, but he learned a lot. He learned to speak different languages he becomes smarter than Dr.Nemur and Dr. Strauss combined. Charlie found out how to scrutinize, write, prabble, and understand people better than he ever could.