Speech Analysis

You will be listening to the speaker and paying attention to the signer.
Here are the links to the videos you NEED to watch. The video thats an hour long you only have to watch 20-30mins of it or until you get the information that you need.

https://youtu.be/rU6qPL8kLTU
https://youtu.be/33TJws12MnU
https://youtu.be/XBE4PqNHZUM

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Speech Analysis

What ideology underpins the speakers’ view of welfare in each speech? Justify your selection of these ideologies.

Select two of the speeches or newspaper articles provided below.

Ensure that they represent two different ideological positions—for example, one ‘Social-Democratic’ and one ‘Neoliberal,’ or one ‘Third Way’ and one ‘Liberal.’

In a total of 750-800 words, answer the question:

What ideology underpins the speakers’ view of welfare in each speech? Justify your selection of these ideologies.

You will Interpret the dominant ideologies underpinning the speech by analysing the historical context and the language (words and sentences) used in the speech /article against the theoretical descriptions of welfare concepts and ideologies found in the required readings for weeks 1, 2 and 3.

You may wish to discuss the following but you do not need to discuss all of these.

How does the speaker;

conceptualise human nature. i.e what terms do they use to signify people. Do they understand people as individuals or part of larger social groups and contexts.
understand how welfare is produced?
understand who is responsible for welfare?
understand the role of government ?
understand welfare; as social, occupational or fiscal?
understand welfare provision as universal or targeted/selective.
Drawing on your interpretation of these various views of welfare, justify your selection of the broader welfare ideology most suited to the speakers view?

The essay will be written in formal academic style, with an introduction, a body and a conclusion. The introduction will define and locate ideology as a key feature of policy analysis for community service work. The body will contain your logical points. The conclusion will summarize what you have argued.

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Speech analysis

The self-critique video analysis allows you to become fully aware of your own specific strengths and weaknesses. For this assignment you will review your “Memorable Experience Speech”

Your paper should be two-four full pages, typed, double spaced, use Times New Romans 12- point font, and follow the guidelines of MLA. The following two links are helpful resources for MLA guidelines

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/documents/20180702110400_747-2.pdf (Links to an external site.)

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_general_format.html (Links to an external site.)

In essay format, with well-developed paragraphs, you are to address the following questions in your paper, be sure to provide evidence from the video to support your claims.

SPEECH
How did your introduction attract the attention of the audience?
What type of attention-getter did you use?
Did you clearly introduce your source?
Was your speech organized and easy for the audience to follow?
Was it clear to the audience that the speech had concluded?
DELIVERY
How comfortable did you feel during the speech?
Does the video show you as more or less comfortable and confident than you really were?
How dynamic do you think your delivery was during the speech?
What points about your delivery please you?
How could your delivery been improved?
Did you maintain eye contact with the audience? How appropriate was it?
How appropriate was your rate and volume of speech?
How appropriate was your pitch/tone?
How appropriate was your use of body movement?
OVERALL
What were your main strengths in your speech?
Where is there room for improvement?

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Speech Analysis

Analyze and explain what this speech means to you personally. The Gettysburg Address can be found at:
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/gettysburg/good_cause/transcript.htm

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Define ethos in your own words.
Define pathos in your own words.
Define logos in your own words.
Did you employ ethos, pathos, and logos in your speech? For each one, identify what you said or did, even

if the answer is “I did not use this rhetorical strategy for this speech.”

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To complete this speech analysis, view one of the following speeches from the “Films on Demand” database. Once you’ve viewed the speech, answer the questions below.
View Speech
To view the speech on “Films on Demand,” simply follow these directions:
1.Go to http://www.ctcd.edu/academics/library/databases/.
2.Select “General Resources” from the Database listing.
3.Select “Films on Demand” from the listing.
4.Follow the Login instructions to Login to the Database.
5.In the search bar at the top of the screen, type in one of the following speeches to view:
oPersuasive Speech: Motorcycle Helmet Laws
oPersuasive Speech: Open Immediately
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Now that you’ve viewed the speech, answer the four questions listed below:
1.What was the goal of the speaker for the persuasive speech you viewed?
2.What strategies did the speaker use to motivate the audience?
3.Did you view the speaker as credible to talk about her/his topic? Why or why not?
4.What type of organizational pattern for persuasive speeches was used in the speech you viewed?
Each question should be answered in paragraph form. The analysis should be one double-spaced page. At the top of the page, please include the name of the speech you analyzed.

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Speech Analysis

Which one of the aspects of the speech most appealed to you? Provide a thorough explanation for your choice.

Introduction and conclusion
Use of direct quotes
I would like to first start by thanking my family, friends, and colleagues who have honored me with your presence today. Over the years, I have learned that

there is not a specific formula for a long and prosperous life. However, I will share of few of the principles I live by and have found valuable.

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston S. Churchill

“To be gritty is to keep putting one foot in front of the other. To be gritty is to hold fast to an interesting and purposeful goal. To be gritty is to

invest, day after week after year, in challenging practice. To be gritty is to fall down seven times, and rise eight.” Angela Lee Duckworth

“Always be nice to the people you meet on your way up in life as you may meet them again on the way down.” Jimmy Durante

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it!” Yogi Berra

I hope these words of wisdom help you create lives filled with peace, love, and joy. Thank you all for coming to celebrate my special day, and I look forward to our next celebration!

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