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Week 3 DQ 1 Presenting Ideas.docx

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Date Created: 11/13/15
Presenting Ideas graded Persuasive presenters have several traits in common Browse through TED talks httpwwwiedcomtalks or American Rhetoric Website at httpwwwamericanrhetoriccom to find notable speakers who demonstrate strong communication traits Compare and contrast the ways these speakers meaningfully communicate ideas to their audiences Include the URL link of the speaker you choose to write about In a short paragraph respond to a classmate s post indicating whether you agree or disagree with his or her choice and why This section lists options that can be used to view responses Collapse All Iii Print View Esmw Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order response author and the date and time the response is posted E Sort vaesoonse n Sort byAuthor Sort b L39 1182014 90926 AM quot3 Professor Wright When you include the link for one of the speakers above tell us why you chose that one E 1202014 41952 AM RE E Aquot Jason Acevedo Modified1202014 431 AM URL httpwwwamericanrhetoriccomsoeechesoettvsburoaddresshtm By Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address delivered 19 November 1863 The Gettysburg address is probably the single most passionate speech I39ve ever heard in my opinion The idea of a man at the head of nation fighting to do his best day in and day out to unite that nation and knowing that the war being fought was quotbrother against brotherquot He chose to stand for his cause and the devotion to his people no matter the odds Along with his passion Abraham Lincoln said whatever one was thinking feeling and didn39t hide behind promises of easy futures He stated that this is the beginning and we have a lot of work ahead of us He acknowledge the true sacrifice of the men that laid their lives down for a better cause I think the honesty of the speech is truly what makes it so powerful vs what was taking place in that time period Lincoln39s ability to verbalize the emotion of the people to acknowledge their lost as individuals and as a nation definitely aids to the connection of the audience 5 E Jason Professor It is one of my favorites RE 395 E m Jeremy OsinskLE 1212014112620 AM This is absolutely a strong example of communication The gravity of his speech even when simply reading it is abundantly apparent It39s one of those things that would have been truly amazing to bear witness The gravity of what he was speaking about is so intense it39s not something anyone could have approached lightly He was addressing people who were at the time in a terrible way and he makes sure to emphasize that those who died did for a reason His focus is on the road ahead honoring those who fell there and persevering RE E Anthony Thornberry El I agree that Abraham Lincoln was a very good speaker The way he was able to speak his mind without having to beat around the bush to appease anyone is admirable in and of itself It really is


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