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English Advanced Module B Critical Study of Texts: Speeches

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Just a sample speech for English advanced assessment including interesting analysis points for anwar sadat, paul keating and noel pearson speeches

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English Advanced Module B Critical Study of Texts: Speeches
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Rhetoric Narratology Virtue Academia Literature Communication studies Humanities Critical thinking Integrity Redfern Park Speech Ethos Noel Pearson Paul Keating
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Rhetoric Narratology Virtue Academia Literature Communication studies Humanities Critical thinking Integrity Redfern Park Speech Ethos Noel Pearson Paul Keating
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But in saying that, these aspects are what give any speech its wow factor. From 20 th century Egyptian Israeli parliament through the Speech to the Israeli Knesset by Anwar Sadat along with Paul Keating’s ‘Redfern Speech’ and Noel Pearson’s ‘An Australian History for us all’, we explore this concept. Mentioning the Arab Israeli conflict sends a tremor down the spines of politicians, however Anwar Sadat demonstrates great textual integrity by going against this notion, an open inclusive call “may peace be for us all” Anwar introduces his purpose through the rhetorical question “why don’t we stretch our hands with faith ” The high modality of faith creates a deep mea...
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