Rhetorical Analysis: Barak Obama’s Inaugural Address President Barak Obama gave a very impressing speech at his Inaugural Address. It is obvious that this speech is addressed to the American people. President Obama’s speech was about the problems that this country is facing right now, and what we must do in order to solve these problems. President Obama, did not have to create any exigence in his speech because, the American people wanted to hear what he had to say because he had just made history by being the first African American President. But he did start of his speech by saying that the oath has been taken by a lot of the presidents, but some of those presidents have come into office, when this country was in need of some change and new solutions.
As far as Johnsons voting record while in congress on civil rights, he shared similar attitudes with the south towards civil rights for black people. Johnson had a strong desire to become one of the greatest domestic Presidents in the history of the U. S. He believed that the U. S. could not be considered as the Great Society if it denied civil rights to American Negroes. Johnson believed that he owed it to Kennedy’s life to push this act forward. The passive approach to civil rights in the 50’s had now gone and the Northern ghettos were now moving more towards militancy. Johnson realised that society had changed in a short space of time of just a few years; he wanted change before civil unrest forced through.
Not just to the black men and woman, it also refers to Jews, Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, and it refers to different states of the USA because people had come form all over America to listen to Martin Luther King speak and he wanted them all to be included. King uses the pronouns ‘we’ and ‘us’ to say he is also affected by the actions of the white men and together they can change it. He wants things to change now and not in a year not when the next president is elected but now! The length on the speech is also really important, even though people came from all over the country, he kept it short so that he was not to bore them, the other reason he kept it seventeen minutes long was so that people would remember all the points that he made at the beginning of the speech. King also used repetition to make the keywords stick in people’s minds, he mostly repeated the words ‘freedom’ and ‘dream’, freedom being used from beginning to end.
Different people act behave different in similar situation and respect their actions and see their point of view of their belief and their culture. After reading this article, I thought it was interesting because Nacirema do things that we do not do and felt like I gained a knowledge about another culture. I am concluding this because I believe I covered the material. I’ve learn that every culture is different and we should understand and respect
And this day today, is “I have a dream” one of the most famous and important speeches. Pentagon Writer: * The writer is Martin Luther king who also is the one who speech the speech. You don’t get a lot of information of him in the text, besides that he stands for the black people and he has four children. But I have goggled him, to get more information about him * He was born January 15, 1929 and died April 4, 1968 * He was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Language: * The language is formal but easy to understand.
Zoe McClure “I Have a Dream” speech critique Public Speaking 108-66 Instructor Gil Stern I have a dream, by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, became an inspiration and incentive of hope for all African Americans. Much of the greatness of this speech is tied to its historical context. In his speech, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963, Dr. King expresses his frustration that after a hundred years since the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, African Americans are still treated as inferior citizens. However, he also expresses his hope that this will change and African Americans will be "free at last." He makes use of rhetorical devices to convey his message that "all men are created equal" and that racism should not, cannot, continue if the nation is to prosper.
I chose this speech because this rhetorical speech affects me. Barack Obama’s inauguration speech was a historic moment that many will never forget. It was a big step for America and also an important event that happened during my lifetime. Obama talked about various things in his inauguration speech that would affect me. He answered my questions and tried to persuade me that he was ready for this job.
This would be in a single or multi-project environment (Goldratt, 2007). The CCPM method was started back in 1997 by Dr. Eli Goldratt. This would be from a book that he produced by the name of “Critical Chain.” The reason this book was introduced was due to the poor performances, deadlines not being met, which in the end cost the company money (Goldratt, 2007). We are all are very well aware of Obama care. Going back to President Obama’s first run for the presidency, he used his Mom sickness as the means to better the cost of medical so others would not go without.
President Obama’s A More Perfect Union speech that he delivered conveyed many messages about his beliefs concerning racism. He starts off explaining how the founders of our nation made the Constitution creating all men equal, but not actually practicing that idea. Obama is the son of a white woman and a Kenyan man, and there is much criticism about his supporters supporting him purely because of his race. His former pastor, Reverend Jeremiah Wright recently spoke some very controversial words concerning the issue of racism, which created much unease. Obama goes on to say that his former pastor is a good man, that he just has lived and grew up in a time where segregation and the Jim Crow Laws were very much legal in the U.S.
Language is constantly changing and evolving and we should accept the changes in language instead of tying ourselves down. The most important thing is to make sure that people understand you however you spell the words. We need tools which recognize different spellings - a kind of advanced autocorrect. Lee Simmons (author of text 2) thinks that without rules for correct spelling society would fall apart and you would never be able to be certain that you understood anything that you read correctly. When you write to people, besides your friends, you should do them the courtesy of spelling correctly so they will not have any trouble reading your text, it will also seem more professional.