The Man on the Moon
In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to ever walk on the moon. As he took his first steps he said, “Thats one small step for man but one giant step for man kind.” Neil Armstrong was right when he said that. This event not only brought the people of the United States together, but people throughout the whole world. They all had one goal in mind, future achievements.
The purpose of the first text, Man Takes First Steps on the Moon, is to inform the audience about the importance of Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin landing on the moon and discovering greater things than what you can ind on earth. The interaction among the speaker and the audience affects the text because it is told from the point of view from someone who had interviewed Neil and Edwin and tell what it was like for them while they were on the moon. The audience for this text is anyone who was alive in 1969 that was interested in the Apollo 11 mission or anyone affected by this event.
The ethos of this text shown by the author being there and having a first hand experience. The logos is shown by the author stating facts. An example would be that they use times and also dates. The author conveys pathos by providing quotes from important people in the time period and also talking about religion.
The purpose of the second text, In Event of Moon Disaster, is about how much Neil and Edwin sacrificed. The two men had many risks when planing for this trip and knew the consequences of what could possibly happen. An example would be not making it back and never seeing their family, friends, and homes again.
The purpose of this text is to remind its audience that the importance of these two men and the risks that they had to take really are. The interaction among the speaker is very emotional because President Nixon would have had to give this speech if the two men would not have made it back to earth. The families, friends, and everyone who knew the two would have heard the...