Critique of a Public Speech Essay

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Critique Of A Public Speech

Critique Of A Public Speech

Presenting a speech can have it difficulties, whether it is you not having a loud speaking voice or nervousness, you still have to have the ability to deliver a great speech to your audience. On January 20, 1961 over 49 years ago our late President John F. Kennedy presented the Inaugural Address, in Washington D.C. The weather was very cold, and it was one of the largest crowds at the Inauguration. As I am watching the speech for the very first time, multiple thoughts are coming to my head. Here is our President –Elect presenting this speech to us about how much he is going to help change our county for the better. The beginning first words of his
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President Kennedy did a wonderful job on presenting his first Inaugural Address. I would not change anything he did but I am able to take away. He did not change the style of his voice, and when he made a statement you knew because the way he presented. He was a talented speaker, and I have learned not to be afraid to speak about what I believe in no matter who the audience. I have learned to make sure the topic fits your audience because to keep from not becoming entertained by your speech. I have also learned speak slowly and clearly so everyone will be able to understand you. Overall when listening and looking a presidential speech you have high exceptions from that president speaking. I was very amazed at President Kennedy pointing out issues like racism, and religion among the entire world. He believed in equality and freedom and was not afraid to say that. He spoke very easily and kind hearted, in a very caring and concerned voice. Every presidential speech I have seen and watched was only president who delivered and spoke what was true, President Kennedy, Clinton and Obama. Great changes in America came from President Kennedy, even though he was in office for only four
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