He used periodic sentences, anaphora, and diction. By using these strategies Kennedy was able to put emphasis in his speech. He effectively showed the audience Hayes viewpoint on the rising steel prices through his word choice. Kennedy starts his speech with a periodic sentence, immediately putting emphasis into his speech. In this sentence
Another amazing thing Kennedy choses to do, is indirectly refer to god, at least most of the time. Kennedy, being the first Catholic president, has a difficult time in his run for office due to one major opinion: that he will break the barrier that lies between church and state. Although he mentions god directly in certain parts, as in line 2, “We observe today not a victory of party, but a celebration of freedom – symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning – signifying renewal, as well as change. For I have sworn before you and Almighty God the same solemn oath our forebears prescribed nearly a century and three quarters ago.”, He also decides to allude to a biblical standpoint, and only those who read the bible would understand. For example, he chooses to talk about oppression in general, and quotes directly from the old testament.
Words are my brilliance /” (248). This action is symbolism because the author outwardly makes words represent her “brilliance”. It’s her talent, it’s what she is a master at. The author says that words are her “Tingalayo” comparing words to her brothers’ talent of singing when he sang the song Tingalayo. This comparison gives Jackie a purpose and talent like her family has.
Krosoczka moves smoothly from one idea to another by being light and complex sentences then starts to transition to short simple sentences to wrap up his idea and the speech. He uses so form of punctuation to emphasize that what follows is
Kennedy was well aware of his audience frame of mind, Kennedy brilliantly prepared his speech in a way that would give him support. Kennedy was likewise well aware that the audience were largely made up of a Christian nation. Therefore, the plentiful references made to God have a large appeal to the congregation. By correlating his ambitions to that of God’s, Kennedy earning the support of millions of American citizens.
Peck’s use of tone and word choice highlights the purpose of her essay, which is to raise awareness about discrimination against overweight people to audiences who are thin and have not experienced any judgment from others. Cheryl Peck uses a sarcastic tone in her
One example of this is when he stated ¨ Oh, of course it is! she cried sitting down on the sofa.¨ This helps create the tension between Billy and the old woman when she continuously forgets his name. Another good example of this craft move was when he wrote “Such charming boys a voice said behind him answered.” This is particularly powerful because it showed the reader that the landlady really liked the two men before Billy. Lastly, the theme of Looks may be deceiving was sent to the reader when he wrote “not in the least she said i stuff all my pets when they pass away.” Clearly Roald Dahl was effective in using the craft move of tone to teach us that things may not always look how they
He is smart enough to know that he can’t steal the ship all the way back to his island, and also to leave his possessions behind so Huck and Joe know exactly were he is. Aunt Polly also mentions in the first chapter: “He never uses the same trick twice in a row,” when he escapes punishment. He perfectly understands that doing a tactic will only work a few times before getting old, but he has enough ideas and tricks to use almost every time. So you can be like all of Tom’s teachers and see a troubled, stupid kid, or you can look at his work and realize all of his quick thinking and wits that make him an exceptionally smart
Lastly I would have moved more so that I wasn't so static. Out of our class I think that Matthew McGuire did the best job with his speech because he had very good movements, his speech was funny, and he talked loud and clear. His movements were good because he was walking to the edges of the box and was making a lot of very good hand gestures. His speech was funny because he is clumsy and forgetful, and he had jokes in his speech. He was also funny because he was dynamic and was laughing and smiling to nudge us along.