Persuasive Speech Assignment (Total 100 points) I. Speech Performance (80 points) 1. Your speech should be based on a question of policy which solves a controversial problem (of national importance) and to persuade your audience that your solution is the best possible one (Please see the attached “Possible Persuasive Speech Topics based on Questions of Policy”--however, you do not have to select one of these topics if you have better idea. It is just for your reference). 2. Speech length:
Full Sentence Outline Tribute to Princess Diana Specific Purpose Statement: To inform the audience about Princess Diana and her contributions to the world. Thesis: Princess Diana was a very kind hearted woman, noble by blood, famous by marriage, but used her public light in a positive way. Organizational Pattern/Division: Extemporaneous Introduction I. What is the definition of a princess? Someone who is simply beautiful or lucky enough to come from a royal bloodline? II.
Critical Discourse Analysis of Obama's Political Discourse Juraj Horváth Abstract This paper examines the persuasive strategies of President Obama's public speaking as well as the covert ideology of the same, enshrined in his inaugural address. Our analysis is grounded in Norman Fairclough's assumptions in critical discourse analysis, claiming that "ideologies reside in texts" that "it is not possible to 'read off' ideologies from texts" and that "texts are open to diverse interpretations"
strongly disapproved of the war which caused many protests and riots. The war lasted 25 years killing many people and eventually the North Vietnamese won. The Vietnam War was important to Americans back home because it tested the citizen’s right to free speech, effected future foreign policy, and created many issues for returning veterans. Every colony had
economy has a stable size and population, within the boundaries of the earth’s ecological limits (Farley, 2015; CASSE, no date). Economist Herman Daly’s book ‘The Steady-State Economy’ (1977 and 1991) proposed the theory that has inspired an international movement. ‘Enough is Enough’ (Dietz and O’Neill, 2013) arose from the first Steady State Economy Conference, 2010, and includes a series of proposals to achieve a steady-state economy. One proposal is to substitute Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Mother Teresa “the spiritual leader” was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu on August 26, 1910, in the city of Skopje. From her childhood, it was vibrant that she was haggard to serving the underprivileged and needy. Her mother, sincerely pious and dedicated to assisting and supporting others, frequently took Agnes with her when she distributed food and clothing to the unfortunate and deprived. These practices, united with her holy learning, headed her to adopt, to become a nun and work with the poor at
Book Believers have been unified in salvation by grace and are called to live like Christ. Main Idea of Passage At one point in time, everyone lived as a sinner. But God chose to save them through grace. Believers should respond in good works. Outline of Passage I. We used to live in disobedience as slaves to sin and our flesh (v. 1-3). II. But God restored us to himself through his love and mercy and saved us with his grace (v. 4-7). III. Although we were not saved by works, we are called to respond
A classical view of identity focuses on an entity that it inherent, fixed and non-contingent within an individual (Changing Minds 2013). Contrariwise, Michel Foucault rejected this notion and identified the self as being defined by a continuing discourse in a shifting communication of oneself to others (Changing Minds 2013). Additionally, Foucault’s notion of discourse can be described as the network of social, political and cultural knowledge’s, created by language, which we recognize as reality
According to The Director General of the National Public Health Institute, Professor Pekka Puska health is very important to everyone, individuals and nationals all over the world, but we all have our own perceptions of health and the cultural issues affect strongly to health. Generally we have good health point, but the differences between nations are large. In developed countries people are living longer, at the moment a baby girl's life expectancy will be over a hundred years. We have good control
Martin Luther King, Jr. A role model leader Faculty: Business Administration Course: Leadership Presented by: Nana Akhobadze “Leadership is an influence process that assists groups of individuals toward goal attainment” (Peter G. Northouse, 2010). According to the definition in order to accomplish this “process” group of individuals (followers) have to be influenced by an individual (leader) who should motivate, inspire, guide and direct group members towards mutual goal. This is exactly