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Module C - Speeches Essay

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Speech on Anwar Sadat and Paul Keating. Done for a year 12 half yearly. The essay question is In your view, how have the speakers been able to capture and communicate memorable ideas? Support your view with detailed reference to at least two of the prescribed texts.

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Rhetoric Ethos Logos Paul Keating Pathos Emotive Public speaking Appeal Anwar Sadat
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Overall Thesis - Appealing to the rational and emotive memorable ideas can challenge, engage and empower an audience. Thesis 1 – Speakers use a cyclical structure of rhetoric to appeal to both rational and emotive memorable ideas. Paragraph 1 – Anwar Sadat Sadat and Keating use the technique of rhetoric in its holistic approach of logos, ethos and pathos in order to maintain textual integrity. “Why don’t we...together...destroy this barrier ” This is an example of a rational idea that Sadat shows to his audience. Sadat’s use of the inclusive pronoun appeals to the audiences’ logos and accentuates a need for peaceful delegations. The proposition proves to be an effective and universal desire in the Middle East as there is still an ongoing conflict within the nations. Thus, in a...
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