He was zealous about gaining equality, and he would not let his adversaries deny him of his goal. Dr. King was one leader that utilized his passion to form a better world and overcome his afflictions. One such affliction was a result of the I Have a Dream speech, which turned out to be very inspiring. Unfortunately, it prompted people to contemplate their hatred and wrongdoings, and for others it prompted them to get rid of him for inspiring our nation. Nevertheless, he encouraged people by this particular speech, and I wou... ... middle of paper ... ...sity.
Kennedy, with America in mind, spoke to his fellow citizens in a captivating manner. The inaugural speech could have been terrifying due the difficulties of the Cold War; however, Americans left the location feeling at ease. He motivated everyone to do good deeds, give to the poor, and help the nation become better. The audience truly felt as if the speech was about the citizens, and for the citizens, rather than a speech about winning an election. America knew that JFK not only cared about the US, but would do everything in is power to see progress during his term.
Stressing words like dare and every draws the audience in with another dynamic he uses in his tone of voice. Another way he impacted the audience was his creative way of appealing to their ideal America. During those days the American people wanted peace, to be up-to-date with technological advances, and to stand by the hand of God. Kennedy appealed the people of america by saying things like “we offer not a pledge but a request: that both sides begin anew the quest for peace”. Also saying “let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God 's work must truly be our own.”.
He wants everyone to that, it's very easy to not be very discriminated by the way you look but the way your skin color. Mr. King is very descriptive of his words and his meaning for them. He can really make the world change if everyone really did follow. King's reason for the speech is because he is trying to make a difference, he is a very good well taught speaker and he speaks with so much enthusiasm and nothing could really stop him from anything he's doing. His argument is very reasoning to his defence and he eats so many reason to why the work works in its evil ways of discrimination.
“We gather tonight knowing that this generation of heroes has made the United States safer and more respected around the world” (Obama). He continues to express his gratitude for the American troops for... ... middle of paper ... ...in topics that I believed needed more emphasis, but that may have been due to the fact that I was the secondary audience and Congress was the primary. All in all, I believe that Obama’s message and general purpose of calling Congress to action was successful. In conclusion, I believe Obama’s State of Union address was flawless in the terms of his vocal variety, his content strength and the way he presented possible solutions of problems to his audience. His speech was tailored to address congress as well as secondary audience, the rest of the nation.
The author Ben Stein, actor, writer, lawyer, and member of USA TODAY’s board of contributors, states numerous times that Americans should be grateful to live in such a great country. He clearly believes this is due to the immense amount of opportunities citizens have here and how and why Americans have these freedoms. Truly, Stein writes a very effective essay. There neither was one point made that was disagreeable nor was a point that should have been talked about missing. The writer believes this article was extremely effective and persuasive because Stein uses many anecdotes that add reason, and it appeals to the audience’s emotions.
Apart from infusing a sense of obligation in the crowd, Kennedy’s greatest element in his speech was the aptitude to arouse a feeling of esteem in the audience. Kennedy constantly uses phrases about freedom and sovereignty to remind the people they still are. “The heirs of that first revolution.” This dialect portrays America as a powerful and patriarch republic that possesses greater philanthropy of all the other nations around the world. Even though much of the address is fervent in tone, Kennedy devotes a large section of his topic to outline his ethos to all inhabitants of the world. JFK introduced the use of ethos at the inception of his address.
He is very well known for his "I Have A Dream" speech which took place in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC on August 28, 1963. Martin Luther King Jr. should be Innovation Academy's most influential person because he was a great public speaker, he supported and helped others, he also influenced others. Martin Luther should be Innovation's most influential person because he was a great public speaker. At Innovation Academy we present in front of the class a lot and sometimes the whole grade. He used repetition in his speeches, for example he said “I have a dream" and doing so, it helped get his point across so then the audience understood his main point.
Being able to provide people with faith throughout the great depression and hard times that would follow during his presidency, and uplift the country was just one of the traits that proved him to be a great leader. He brought hope to the people when he promised prompt, and vigorous action, he asserted in his Inaugural Address that, "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself" (The White House). The main drive of Roosevelt's administration was toward a balance of the economic interests for the American people. He believed that he should represent all the people equally. That being the farme... ... middle of paper ... ...as still a trait all leaders should have which is what made him such an admirable one.
He constantly pulls on the heartstrings of the audience by persuading them to choose a truce and freedom over violence. When listeners heard the tranquil life they could live if they followed the points, many of them eagerly agreed with Wilson. When he explained why he entered the war, he said that war “touched us to the quick” (Wilson) because the United States simply could not move on without joining in and correcting the issue. This use of language appeals to the emotions by showing America’s sensitivity and passion towards righteousness. Later, he continues to establish his nation’s morals by declaring “We stand together until the end” (Wilson).