He appeals to the audience by using storys from his own life, that makes the audience feel like he is a good person and they can rely on him. He uses a lot of pathos and ethos in his speech, when he speaks about the students at the school he says “I’m glad you all could join us today.”.  He cares about how they are, and talks directly to them, not just some random crowd. He uses a lot of examples from his own life, it is something that he has tried himself. He knows the feeling of wanting to stay longer in bed in the morning.
Protective: Michael is very protective of the people that he is close to. There are quite a few examples of this throughout the movie. When Michael is singing with SJ in his new Ute (truck), and they crash, Michael, without thinking, put his arm in front of SJ to stop the airbag from breaking his neck. Another good example of Michael’s protective instincts is when, after a short explanation by Leigh-Anne, Michael is determined not to let the opposition hurt his teammates as he now treats them as family. In the movie, it actually says he has got excellent protective instincts as he tested 98% in protective instincts.
She said that when she’s singing the song, it made her fearful of retaliation, but because its imagery reminded her of her father, she continued to sing it. The song is related to her because her father was denied treatment for a fatal lung disorder because of prejudice. She kept on singing the song not only because everyone liked it, also because the same things like prejudices and lynching African American, were still going on in the South. Strange fruit made her famous with her 1939 recording.
Beau Hutton works at the Rehab facility and serves as Kelly’s sponsor and also is a country singer. Kelly and Beau begin to sing with each other also fall in love with each other while Kelly is at Rehab despite the fact that she is married. Kelly’s husband, James Canter, decides to sign Kelly out of Rehab early, although she is not better. James walks in the room while Beau and Kelly are just finishing singing. Right away, James realizes that Beau is more than just Kelly’s sponsor but he doesn’t say anything.
* Sister Act 2 In the sequel to the hit comedy Sister Act,(Whoopie Goldberg)reprises her role of Deloris Van Cartier, a Las Vegas entertainer who hid out with in a convent of nuns to avoid a nasty bunch of gangsters. In Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Deloris is persuaded to return to the convent by the Mother Superior (Maggie Smith), because her help is needed in teaching their choral students at St. Francis High in San Francisco. However, St. Francis is in a crisis, since the administrator running the school (James Coburn) is threatening to shut the place down. If the gospel choir wins first place in a singing contest in Los Angeles, St. Francis will be saved from the priest's plans. Though the plot is rather thin and derivative, Sister Act 2 is lighthearted fun, thanks to good musical numbers and winning performances from the cast.
This shows that Julies would not put up with Gerry’s players not blocking his players so he did something about it, this also means that Julies is not afraid of conflict and will stand up for what is right. Because of this Julies is an important player and will argue for what is right even if it evolves conflict. As well as being the captain of the black football team Julies is an important character in the text because he represents the idea that people can change. At the beginning of the text Julies was not getting along with the white players epically Gerry, this was because Gerry was highly racist towards the black players. Julies was negative towards the white players however he eventually changed his mind and saw that they are just as important to the team.
This is an example of a ‘technical code’. It could denote that the character likes the track or it could connote that the character identifies with Elvis. Conventions Conventions can be related to Narrative: How a story is told, what format or conventional method is used to tell a story. The opening sequence of a drama will often show the equilibrium state, introduce characters and hint at conflict. Conventions can also be related to Genre: The type of text and the typical textual elements that audiences expect to be in it.
As Ernie and his teammates had walked on the field the viewers of the game had begun to throw their pop-corn at them because the coach had allowed black athletes to join the team. The discrimination on that field was so strong that even the referees had denied many of the touchdowns that Ernie had attempted and achieved. The coaches were forced into subbing in Ernie and replacing him with a white player just so that the referees would accept the goal. In conclusion the discrimination Ernie Davis was forced to experience was quite cruel and inhumane. Everywhere he went he was attacked both mentally and
Kassi St.George Preliminary material for demonstration speech 2/26/09 # 1-Defining Your Purpose and Thesis Statement 1. Write out the general purpose of your speech. A. I want my speech to educate my listeners on how to use a hair straightner in many different ways. 2. Define the Specific Purpose of your speech by specifying the observable response that will indicate you have succeeded.