Wednesday, September 19, 2012
This famous I Have a Dream Speech of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on August 28, 1963 is the perfect example of inspiring and uplifting. Dr. King used some rethorical methods, including repetition, metaphors, inspiration, identification and persuasion in his speech topics.
Part I of the I have a dream speech: identification and uniting
Part II of the I have a dream speech: historical background
Part III of the I have a dream speech: repetition of the situation now and what ought to be corrected
Part IV of the I have a dream speech: why this situation should be corrected, by the classical appeals to emotion, facts and values
Part V of the I have a dream speech: explaining the goals, the solution
Part VI of the I have a dream speech: prove that the alternatives cause more problems
Part VII of the I have a dream speech: how to change it, proposing, demanding, persuading. This part also has elements of problem solutions speech topics - visualize the practicality of your solution, how they will improve the situation, show their effectiveness and practicality
Part VIII of the I have a dream speech: persuasion, convincing
Part IX of the I have a dream speech: vizualising the main goals by use of repetition and metaphors
Part X of the I have a dream speech: concluding the main goals by use of repetition and metaphors
Part XI of the I have a dream speech: concluding the thesis statement I Have A Dream - Free At Last
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Sunday, July 22, 2012
15 Common Persuasive Speech Topics For Persuasive Public Speaking
It will help you to narrow the speech ideas down till they fit the public's mindset. In other words, this page is not about tired and general common persuasive speech topics that have been used too often. Like adoption, the death penalty, public prayer in education, and so on. On my other pages you can find many, many focused fresh and creative speech thesis statements on themes like that. Here I show you some fresh and creative examples of common speech topics to persuade and three simple ways to tweak and twist too broad subjects into a more handy size for research.
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