Art is good because This pathos and ethos made people, no matter the North or the South, to feel that they are in unity. Both sides were suffering the same war and urged to end it, while they shared a same religion. God plays an important role to connect the people together, which enhances Lincoln’s credibility in his speech besides his position as a president and occasion of this speech. Lincoln ended his speech by claiming that they would “strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations” (Wilhoit 138). This pathos describes how Lincoln would care for his people and how he would put the task of helping the people suffering from the war first, serving as a strong pathos since it is not only emotionally affecting his people, but also encouraging and giving them hope.
In Martin Luther King’s acceptance speech for the noble peace prize, he articulates that nonviolence is a perfect answer to the crucial political and more question of our time- the need for man to overcome oppression and violence without resorting to violence and oppression. Individuals of the black race were patronized and attacked due to racial injustice. MLK created a notion of nonviolence in order to end this injustice. He emphasizes that demonstrating a nonviolent demeanor is a much powerful force, which allows social transformation. However in order for social transformation to exist we must all develop a mentality/lifestyle that rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation.
Brad McCullough Dr. J – SPK 201 Seminar Two Discussion Questions September 29, 2012 Question #1: Why is it important that speeches be organized clearly and coherently? How does the oral format of your message impact audience understanding? (SLO 5) Answer: Organization of speeches is the most important step of the speech to me. A good/bad organized speech will affect how the audience takes it. On page 163 of our textbook it states: Taking the time to plan a well-organized message can boost your confidence.
“I look to the day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” Are the words that Martin Luther King Jr. once stated, hoping for the end of racism, discrimination and segregation. He had a dream for everyone to have the right to be treated equally, as all man should be. Martin Luther King started a revolution; people that were being treated unequal were fed up. This dream was for all war against racism to have an end to it. So that everyone can get together and form in unity as one nation.
In society most people need these laws and mandates to tell them how to function and use these guidelines to be productive members of society. In the United States we often pride ourselves on our democratic society that sometimes tries to find the balance that does not discriminate against any persons who are different from the norm. Although the American ideals of freedom and equality are often prevalent. The Civil Rights Movement opened countless doors for laws to be passed in today’s society regarding special education, and I feel without this movement equality may not have been achieved. Positive and negative attitudes towards students with disabilities The negative ideologies of people with disabilities in the past led to the institutionalisation of countless men, women, and children.
John Locke was one of the influential political philosophers of modern period (1632-1704). At his works he supported the claim that men are by nature free and equal against the claim that God had create all people naturally as a subject to monarch. Moreover, in his work Two Treaties of Government he argued that people have rights such as the right to life, liberty, and property that have a foundation independent of the laws of any particular society. Locke supports the right of the people to overthrow rulers who betray them; he asserts that if a leader violates the community’s trust, the people can and should replace him immediately. Similarly, if the government does not fulfill the needs of the people, it should be dissolved and replaced with other form of government which people think is the best.
I chose to write in an expository style, including format and style of a traditional essay. This allows me to express my ideas in a logical order. I have chosen formal language in an attempt to demonstrate my comprehensive piece. Inclusive words such as “we” and “us” have been incorporated to allow me to have more of a connection with the audience. My essay is aimed for the readers of the wider school community, particularly my fellow year 12’s as they have familiarity with the concepts I discuss.
“Since prediction is an important strategy used in the reading process, the teacher can demonstrate this strategy by stopping at significant points [in the story] and asking, ‘what do you think will happen next? As children internalize this question, they develop an anticipatory attitude toward print, making predictions as they read or listen to a text in order to generate meaning as the story unfolds”. Circular and cyclical plot stories are excellent resources for introducing student prediction strategies because of their repetitive nature. Some students call this “going out the same door you came in”. This repetition encourages students to predict the events in the story, and to predict these events with more success.
The students should learn more about social problems through both languages and by considering why writers chose different ways of expressing opinions, the students could learn how to use English in certain ways, thus improving their essays. This activity will use the concept of intertextuality, where students build on their previous experiences in reading texts, which should positively affect the way in which they encounter new texts (Forman, 2008, p. 321) means those students, could improve their writing by examining lexicogrammatical structures and patterns that occur in different types of texts in relation to social purpose (Mercer). This should enable students to learn more about social problems through language as well as helping them learn about language in how to develop their critical and analytical skills, and the linguistic conventions of expressing opinions as expected in this
Vocabulary was very important as well, because I could understand what the text was asking right away and without hesitation I could respond with a well-educated tone. Secondly, in ENG 101 Learning Outcomes it states that students must “ Write academic essays with clear, focused theses supported by evidence from text.” I believe that I can do this very well, but at times get off topic or support my evidence with irrelevant evidence. To improve this I must concentrate on my main claim for that essay and provide helpful details to keep my audience attention on the subject. This