Barack Obama’s win for President in 2009 was a historical moment for the United States. His inaugural speech was much anticipated, because this was going to set the tone for his presidency. His speech told the American people that improving the economy is one of his priorities, but there were also other areas he would like to improve like healthcare and the education system. This was a speech that was meant to persuade the American public to take action for them to rise as a nation again, and for them to put their trust into him. His message addressed a couple of specific points like his gratefulness to the American people, the different crises America is facing, how America will overcome these crises, replying to his cynics, addressing the world, and then he reminded America again to be brave like they’ve always been to overcome the hard times (5 Speechwriting Lessons from Obama's Inaugural Speech, (n.d.).
Barack Obama Has a Way with Words Barack Obama’s “The Audacity of Hope” speech was given on July 27, 2004 as the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. The speech made Obama further known in the world of politics, and a star among the Democratic Party. Though the description of presidential candidate John Kerry’s qualities makes Obama’s belief that Kerry will make the best president his obvious purpose, the quality of his speech boosted his career. Obama uses repetition devices, various sentence structures, and abstract language to create the strength and persuasive aspects of his speech.
How have Composers been successful in using distinctive voices to such a degree which creates particular points of views? What reveals the powerful effects on the widespread communities? Distinctive voices such as presidential, democratic and American can define the powerful effect on the widespread community by conveying their ideas and goals while also presenting themselves as a part of the community.
Why is the first amendment the most important, people may ask? It is important because it gives people the freedom of religion, the freedom of speech, and the right to peacefully assemble and petition the government. There is a boiling pot in the America so everybody is different , and with different mixes from different places. People may say what they want because of their opinion. If they feel like they need to say their words louder than others they can do that to, well now i’m going to explain to how the first amendment is the most important .
Hi Lana, You are correct, that is a very good thesis statement. The thesis is properly placed, and it contains three sub-topics. A well written thesis with three sub-topics are very important, it will act as a road map telling the audience what is to come. The thesis statement is perhaps the most crucial element of all in an essay.
Sarena Chandler Dr. Wakeman Orchestration & Arranging Listening #3 The Music For Strings, Percussion, and Celeste written by Bartok, is theoretically unique and composed in a very different way. This piece is in four movements, Bartok intentionally makes the first and third movements slow, and the second and fourth fast. The first movement is a slow fugue, with a time signature that changes abruptly.
Have you heard of the quote “The future rewards those who press on. I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on”? Most would have not, but you most definitely heard of the name Barack Obama.
National Geographic, also know as NatGeo, is a Magazine, TV channel, Non-profit organization, as well as a website. Being around for many years the name is well known and respect by many people. National Geographic generally discusses different topics pertaining to culture, nature, science, photography, travel and much more events occurring throughout the world. As of means for this analysis of a publication, the focus will be on the National Geographic website homepage. Its homepages lures viewers in by generally focusing on emotion, witty logic, and the ability to generate mix genres.
In “This I Believe” (1952), Jackie Robinson claims that free society allows change for the better among people. Robinson elaborates by stating that when people in a free society are allowed “room to breathe and time to think” that the failings of the civilization will “disappear”, though Robinson recognizes that without being willing to “fight for it” people as a whole will not surpass these shortcomings. He writes in order to motivate people to “find the greatness of tomorrow” by impressing upon people the importance of working towards a perfect society. Robinson utilizes an inspirational tone in this speech to garner attention from the American public, encouraging people to fight against the injustices they see, and reassuring them that they
The first persuasive speech analyzed is a speech by Barack Obama. On the 1st of October a shooting took place at a community college near Roseburg, Oregon, causing 10 deaths. Obama, who is in his last term as president, prepared a speech to speak about this tragic event. In this speech Obama uses a clear structure to convince the audience of his standpoint, Obama achieves this through using crisp and declamatory language in order to iniate action of his audience, and to express his bitter disappointment. Obama starts off his speech with a fairly standard opening sentence, except for one word, namely the word “another”.
Immigration in the past few decades have grown within the world as many are fleeing their own countries for others, by both legal and illegal means. However, with such a large influx of immigrants, this has put a notable strain on the receiving countries. Thus raising the question of what can be done and what to do with those who have illegally entered the country. In the United States the issue of illegal immigration and immigrants has progressively worsened, splitting the citizen’s opinion between either allowing them to stay or deporting every illegal within the country. On November 20, 2014 President Obama gave a speech to answer such questions with his immigration reform.