Florence Kelly uses facts,syntax, and statistics to accentuate logic and logos to covey her message pertaining towards child labor to her audience.she strategically uses these three tools throughout her speech to grab the audiences attention to not only inform them, but to convince them to help reform these unjust and inhumane laws. She begins her speech with some facts about young kids who are working in places where adults should be working "commerce,in offices, in manufacturing. " By mentioning "tonight while we sleep, several thousand little girls will be working in textile mills.... " she is comparing facts from our life to their life which appeals to logic. She mentions how a few states govern in relation to their laws for how long and
Florence Kelley, a social worker and reformer for child labor laws, in her speech before the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1905), explains that the children endure appalling conditions everyday. Kelley supports her explanation by utilizing the horrendous diction, the intense imagery, and the negative emotion. Kelley’s purpose is to persuade her audience to create child labor regulations in America in order to make them feel guilty about the children's working conditions. The author writes in a passionate tone for the white men and women in the United States. Early in her speech Ms. Kelley utilizes horrendous diction.
In her speech, Florence Kelley uses different rhetorical strategies to convey her message about child labor to the audience. Kelley uses repetition, pathos, and logos. She wants to get her message across to the audience that child labor needs to be stopped. First, Kelley uses repetition to emphasize her message about child labor.
There was once a time where the rivers were venomous, the fields were poisonous, and even the air breathed by men, women, and children alike was toxic. This is a world that Rachel Carson, the famous and honored biologist, that wrote Silent Spring, lived in and envisioned as a world that could be saved. She immediately slams down on the national arena and alarmingly claims that the environment that humans thrive in is a world seeped with death and killing, and that the use of parathion (a type of pesticide) is the agent to blame. She targets farmers who she claims poison and kill creatures that they deem as pests to their crops, including insects and even birds. In the end, she mainly targets the “authoritarian” that was given the power to take
In Connie Parkinson’s retirement speech, she takes advantage of her last moment as a teacher to warn us that we are losing our interpersonal connections. The culprit being cell phones. Through a laid-back style of speaking, Parkinson implores readers to acknowledge the harmful effects that come along with cell phone use. Passionate about her cause, Parkinson uses three different rhetorical devices to help get her message across: parallelism, syntax, and rhetorical questions. Examples of parallelism can be seen in a couple of different places.
In 1992, Mary Fisher spoke to the Republican party about HIV/AIDS. During this time, there was little to no government funding for the research and treatment of HIV/AIDS. People who had the disease were criticized and cast out from society. A veil of hatred was around the disease due to the thought that the virus was punishment to homosexuals, because the community saw the most damage. Mary Fisher aimed to stop these stereotypes and bring educated awareness to the issue.
Stokely Carmichael's speech made (makes?) lots of white people uncomfortable. With respect to his end goal, is this a good thing or a bad thing? Why? What particularly struck me about Carmichael’s speech is how easily it demonstrates that the conversation and progress surrounding race relations in the United States has stalled.
The fourth of July and slaves really don’t mix. Frederick douglass was born as a slave and he does a speech on the fourth of july and they are thinking that he is going to give a whora speech but he dont do that it 's the complete opposite of what they thought. In frederick douglass, Hypocrisy of American Slavery he attacks the hypocrisy of a nation celebrating freedom and independence with speeches, parades and platitudes, while, within its borders, nearly four million humans were being kept as slaves. Overall douglass has explained his speech through emotional,ethical,logical appeal and through rhetorical questions.
Brian Garcia Ms. Biondi ENG. 1 - 6th Hour 22 March 2016 The Incredible Power of Speech In the Article The Incredible Power of Speech by Lauren Tarshis is about how human and animal learn how to communicate. How animal use there communicating for survival.
You’re invited to sing along with the beloved cast of the Disney classic Mary Poppins at this special screening event. Come dressed in your finest nanny or chimney sweep costume and take part in a magical parade featuring props and a contest with prizes. Complete with photo opportunities with characters and timeless tunes such as “A Spoonful of Sugar”, “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”, “Chim Chim Cher-ee” and more, you’re in for an evening that’s as “practically perfect” as Mary Poppins