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Transcript of The Philippines!
This is the first place where typhoon Haiyan hit leaving 1,000's of people homeless.
There were days of harsh rain and it left vast amounts of water leaving towns flooded
You can infer from their faces that this severe disaster left people and especially young children frightened
Typhoon Haiyan still hit one more other country and left just as much damage.
Strong winds and high flooding was the affect of typhoon Haiyan.
Typhoon Haiyan's Ruinous Pathway.
It formed in the Philippines caused terror and violent destruction then left and went straight towards Vietnam to cause the same doom in just 3 days.
Why exactly did typhoon Haiyan come into form ?
We must come to the realization that there is climate change. It has come to the point where it becomes too hot where the glaciers start to melt and ocean levels start to rise. All that cold water coming from the melted glaciers get mixed in with the warm waters of the Pacific ocean and that's a recipe for a powerful typhoon.
Natural disasters can't be prevented, but there are many ways to reduce their traumatic effects. Disaster preparedness education (including mitigation, preparedness, and response) is one of the most empowering tools to give to children.
The tone of the text has a hint of concern and formality in a way that Yeb Sano has the full intentions that he wants the Philippines to be a safe country to live in. As I read the speech, my first reaction was simple amazement about how passionate he is about the natural disaster that involved his home country. My reaction does not change throughout the speech because it most definitely intrigued me on how much one simple man with a title of government change the mind set of people by what he says and what kind of points he creates. Yeb Sano creates a specific mode when developing his idea. He used the tactic of cause and effect. He proved what was the main cause of Typhoon Haiyan and the effect of all those causes left such a tragic consequence. He does consider other's perspective and he states, "To anyone who continues to deny the reality that is climate change, I dare you to get off your ivory tower " what he is stating is there is clearly drastic climate change. He convicts them as utterly false by stating what he believes in as "reality." Yeb Sano has specific way that he organizes his speech. First he starts off by bringing up the situation of the Philippines, then he thanks those who have offered their assistance in their time of need. After that he states where the problem originated from and provided evidence to back up what he declared. Next he lists ways to help prevent something so drastic from ever happening ever again. The transitions of one topic to another flow very well. It starts off with the topic about typhoon Haiyan, then he states why and how it came into form. Next he states how to prevent anymore calamities. It is most definitely jarring what he included in his speech considering all the facts he included. The sentence structure in the speech that I have analyzed, the author uses and imperative, interrogative, and a long type of structure. He includes why does this happen and explains the root cause and forces a question to dwell upon for the readers. He constantly expresses how much of an importance climate change it. A quote to be found in the speech was by a man named Maurice Strong, a secretary general of the UN Conference on Environment and Development, stated, “History reminds us that what is not possible today, may be inevitable tomorrow.”