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" I Have a Dream" and "The Ballot or The Bullet"

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Transcript of " I Have a Dream" and "The Ballot or The Bullet"

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli By: Elizabet Montoya Speeches "I Have a Dream" Rhetorical Equality Inequality Move Together Society Martin Luther King asserts in his speech, "I Have a Dream," that society can move from inequality to equality through his use of allusion and imagery. Martin Luther King Jr. asserts in paragraph 2 of his speech,"I Have a Dream," that Negroes are experiencing inequality, through his use of allusion. "The Ballot or the Bullet" Rhetorical Malcolm X asserts in paragraph 13 of his speech,"The Ballot or the Bullet," that Negroes are experiencing inequality, through the use of paradox. Malcolm X asserts in paragraph 12 in his speech," The Ballot or The Bullet," that Negroes should be allowed to vote in order to be welcome in society by the use of metaphor. Malcolm X asserts in paragraph 5 in his speech,"The Ballot or the Bullet," that Negroes are only going to have two choices in order to move together by using paradox. Malcolm X asserts in paragraph 10 in his speech "The Ballot or The Bullet," that Negroes are going to get equality by force by the use of metaphor. Malcolm X asserts in his speech, " The Ballot or The Bullet," that Negroes can gain equality by voting or using violence, through the use of metaphors and paradox. Inequality Society Move Together Equality Martin Luther King Jr. claims in paragraph 12 of his speech," I Have a Dream," that Negroes are going to be part of society by the use of imagery. Martin Luther King Jr. conveys in paragraph 18 that Negroes and Whites will soon be together by using imagery. Martin Luther King Jr. asserts in paragraph 11 in his speech," I Have a Dream," that men will once be equal through the use of allusion. SOAPSTone Occasion: Speaker: Audience: Tone: Subject: "I Have a Dream" The Speaker is Martin Luther King Jr. and he was a leader in the African -American Civil Rights Movement. I think he was a preacher and a peace activist. He was African- American and he was a male. I think he was and African- American because he refereed him self as a Negro. The intended audience is the white people who are there in the audience. The subject that Martin Luther King Jr. addresses in this speech is African- Americans gaining equality. The speaker portrays the tone of encouragement through the use of a song . Purpose: The author is talking to the white people in the audience about how we should all be equal. SOAPSTone Occasion: Speaker: Audience: Tone: Purpose: " The Ballot or The Bullet The speaker for this speech is Malcolm X and he was also a African-American Civil Rights Activist. I think his occupation was as a Muslim minister.He was an African-American and he was a male. I think he was an African-American because he says that he is an African- American. Subject: "I Have A Dream" "The Ballot or The Bullet" This Speech was given to motivate the African-Americans to take action against inequality but in a peaceful way.
The intended audience was the whites.(Ex. In paragraph 5 he says..."
I think this speech was very affected at conveying its message because it was a speech that really got the audience attention.(Ex. In paragraph
I think this speech had a strong Malcolm X asserts in his speech."The Ballot or The Bullet," that Negroes can gain equality by voting, or the use of violence, through the use of metaphors and paradox. Martin Luther King Jr. conveys in his speech,"I Have a Dream," that society can move from inequality to equality one day, through the use of allusion and imagery. The Main Idea This is a speech and its being spoken to prove the whites that African-Americans that they can gain equality, the historical events involved with this speech is The Civil Rights Movement. This is a speech that is given to persuade the African-Americans to use the ballot or the bullet and the historical event that is happening is The Civil Rights Movement. The intended audience for this speech is the people who are there listening to him. The author is speaking to the African-Americans there about his theory in order to gain equality The subject that Malcolm X is trying to address in this speech is gaining equality through force. The speaker portrays the tone of aggressiveness through the use of paradox . This speech was given to motivate the African-Americans to use violence in order to gain equality.
The intended audience is the African-Americans who are in the audience. (Ex. In paragraph
I think Malcolm X conveyed his message was really good.(Ex.
I the influence his speech had on people was very strong because in history he
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