Then pathos is the appeal to emotions in which she uses words to pull and the heart strings of her audience. Finally, she uses ethos, which is the appeal to credibility. She used logos, pathos and ethos in hope of persuading her audience to vote for her as the next president. Firstly, Chisholm use logos to add logic and reasoning to her speech. An example of logos that she said was, “I do not intend to offer to you the tired and glib
Disasters are something that we do not want to happen,however in the events of the tragedy of Pearl Harbor,The Challenger,and 9/11 these are all events that we had to cope with but the president had to find out the best way to communicate with grieving americans.So in all of the situations they spoke in a speech trying to reach out to americans and help them recuperate from there negative feelings and mend their minds to a normal state.While people can be affected by events words change people and healing is a great step in the grieving process towards their full support and understanding to the situation.Communication is used through all of society and in our most critical times we can use history to give us aspiration and the forgiveness knowing they died in a honorable way.Let 's go check out how these situation were handled by these 3 presidents. Franklin D. Roosevelt gave a speech on a horrific event this was Pearl Harbor,a awful even in 1941 witch managed to kill more than 2400 americans(according to newsela or source 1)all before 2pm.These puts many families in grief because of the deaths of husbands wifes kids all killed in that attack ; however the president has a job to
The speech was personal for Queen Elizabeth but was also written to address a large group of people. The purpose of her speech was to explain and inform the people listening about what was happening inside the family of Diana. She also wanted people to remember Diana about how she lived, not how she died. Her majesty wanted the audience to feel like they could relate to the people who were close to Diana. Her speech was effective considering it was said by Diana’s ex-mother-in-law so she is a credible source to listen to about because she personally knew her.
In a time of such desperation who do you look to? As a citizen it 's the person that has sealed their life for the insurance of your safety and protection. Queen Elizabeth I exemplified such raw and passionate traits for her people in an address to her troops during a time of war. The queen 's speech was delivered as a way to show her trustworthiness in the ability of her troops to protect the civilians in the batter against the Spaniards, all the while persuading her people that she were as fit a queen as any king could be during a time when such a dominant ruler was needed. This speech would be one that would not only move the civilians so much so that they 'd put their fate in the hands of the queen and her troops, but also force that would will these troops to be brave and fight with the strength reign through.
Elisabeth the first probably wrote this speech because she knew that some of her men had no faith in her and in their chances at winning against the Spanish armada. The queen tries to abridge a link between her and her troops, and tries to show them that she worth of their trust and will eventually reward them for defending her. thus it can be deducted that if it wasn’t for the Queen’s speech the battle might have turned out to be very different and the Spanish might have win. Therefore Elisabeth was able to use Ethos, Logos, and Pathos to make a well rouded and very convincing speech for her
As with Churchill, Queen Elizabeth also gave a speech in order to rally the masses. The difference, however, was the rhetorical devices used in these speeches. In Winston Churchill’s speech, he primarily uses emotional appeal to persuade the public. He does this by using a combination of logical fallacies and sensitive topics
Most people, at some point in their life, hit a wall of negativity. Mary Oliver, in her poem, “The Journey,” emphasizes the trouble negativity has in the accomplishment of her goal, and later on how she pushes through it. Oliver’s purpose of writing this poem is to motivate those who may not have the overall strength to conquer all the hardship that is against them. She adopts an ardent tone in order to attract an audience who may be lost within life and to pull them into her writing. Oliver used emotion, voice, and ethos in order to strengthen her overall message of overcoming negativity.
Although her speech resonates with a diverse audience, the power of her speech lies in her direct appeal to women who have undergone significant hardship and use of powerful rhetorical techniques in order to advocate for women’s empowerment, inspire people to improve the world, and instill a sense of hope for a better future. An important rhetorical technique she uses is repetition of several words and phrases in her speech which express the sentiments of the
Malala classifies her message as powerful by the usage of emotional language in which it attracts the eyes and ears of people around the world. We are all in this world together and we need to evolve together and change for the best in this world. In the beginning, Malala states, “... It is not at all uncommon for women in my country to be illiterate, but to see my mother… struggle to read the prices in the bazaar was an unspoken sadness for both of us” ( Yousafzai, pg. 23).
Cultural and personal identity are shown through personal experiences. Going through different things makes up who a person is. Marjane Satrapi wrote about experiencing both the good and the bad in her graphic novel, Persepolis. She portrays through her character, Marji, that she wanted to fight for what she believed in, had a strong connection with God, and thought of heroes differently than your average person would. In Persepolis, Marji is passionate to stand up for her culture.
Being considerate of others is very important in throughout life. It is something that has existed in history since the beginning of time, and the article “Abigail Adams, Excerpts From Letters to John Adams about the Battle of Bunker Hill and Conditions in Boston” shows the way colonists were very considerate of each other. Abigail writes letters to her husband to let him know that she is okay so that he does not worry about her; she was being very considerate of him because during that time, war was taking place and she was letting him know that she was safe so that he would not worry about her well-being. She also shows herself very brave in her letters in order to make him feel that she is not going through as much difficult times as one
Women’s roles in history have so much influence they can encourage people like Abigail Adams and Martha Washington. There are also the women who would sacrifice everything in order to gain freedom from the British Empire even if it meant to be killed or imprisoned, such as Deborah Samson and Anne Bailey. Some women were the ones who would help the soldiers by going to the other side to hear their plans Lydia Darragh and Ann Bates. The women are as equally important as men they can fight and spy on others and overhear
When Marji come back from the trip with her parents, and learn that they at war she shows strong patriotism toward her country. She immediately became furious because it was the second invasion by the Arabs in 1400 years. Marji says, “I was ready to defend my country against these Arabs who keep attacking us” (79). As Marji put on her soldier hat, she senses her country is in need of help she suddenly develop the envy to show support. Without doubt Marijane express how she cares about for her country, and wants to stand and defend no matter what.
The use of monologues is the primary device employed for this purpose, allowing the audience an insight into the struggles of the mothers anguish experience in the war, “Worried and waited. Waited and agitated.” Evident in the monologues are other techniques, one of which is the multimedia backdrops which added extra characters and exploration of a variety of points of views to the story. For example, using a multimedia background additionally added to the engagement of the audience in the themes and messages of war’s effect on families. The use of a spotlight on stage, cleverly hidden in the place of a coat hanger, lit up the actors facial expressions and recreated for the audience the atmosphere of war through transporting the audience to a specific time and place. The production incorporated the use of sound such as bagpipes, door knocks, boat horns, clapping from crowd, beagles and war sounds to allow the audience to become engaged in the more realistic sounds of wartime.
Setting: Theme: Nurses risked a lot to be in the war and were in fact a very essential part of the war. Supporting Ideas: 1. Quote: “Here is the story of courageous young women who served at Pearl Harbor, Corregidor, Anzio, Battle of the Bulge, Iwo Jima, and other fighting fronts of the Second World War.” page # 1 This quote supports/is evidence of the theme because it says that the women who served were courageous which means they knew that there was a risk of getting injured or killed but still decided to be apart of the war. 2. Quote: “‘We are here because we have to be.