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PostSubject: Paper; Analyzing A Famous Speech   Wed Nov 15, 2017 10:42 am

Gettysburg Address - Abraham Lincoln

http://voicesofdemocracy.umd.edu/lincoln-gettysburg-address-speech-text/

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, “GETTYSBURG ADDRESS” (19 NOVEMBER 1863)
[1] Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

[2] Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.

[3] But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate-we can not consecrate-we can not hallow-this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us-that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion-that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain-that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom-and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.

Critique: https://www.greatamericandocuments.com/speeches/lincoln-gettysburg/

Article: http://www.history.com/topics/american-civil-war/gettysburg-address

Video: https://www.civilwar.org/learn/videos/gettysburg-address?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhPbZzLjN1wIVAzNpCh3f5QOeEAAYASAAEgIRefD_BwE

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PostSubject: Re: Paper; Analyzing A Famous Speech   Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:22 am

Outline

I. Introduction
II. Body
III. Conclusion
IV. Reference

Goal
- Critique Famous Speech
- Inform Audience About Speaker's Background
- Location
- Purpose
- Goals Of Speech
- Impact Of Speech

Presentation
- Why You Selected Speech
- What You Learned From Reading/Listening To Speech
- What You Learned About Speaker

Delivery
-Deliver Remarks Extemporaneously
-Establish Eye Contact
-Adhere To Time Limit

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"Nothing is unclear to eyes cleansed by tears." ~~ An Elegant Engagement;
'Moonlight Waltz'


"Shall we dance under the evening sun bright, late into the glassy-eyed moon's light?" ~~ God Of Death;
'Tsukuyomi Yin'


"Tears of a thousand,
Pain of a million," ~~Tear Lacrimoso;
'Weeping Willow'


"Filled with Destruction and Anguish,
Grinding your emotions down to dust,
Crushing your happiness into nothing," ~~ Mechanica;
'The Reaper'


"Our thoughts clash
And my soul weeps..." ~~ Moon's Passion;
'Deadly Rondo'
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PostSubject: Re: Paper; Analyzing A Famous Speech   Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:25 am

Template

Name:

Speech/Speaker Chosen:

I. Introduction
a. Attention Getter:
b. Topic And Purpose:

II. Body
a. Context
b. Content And Structure
c. Before The Speech
d. Speech Introduction
e. Speech Body
f. Speech Conclusion
g. Delivery
h. Enthusiasm
i. Humor
j. Visual Aids
k. Gestures
l. Vocals
m. Language
n. Intangibles

III. Conclusion
a. Recap: Summarize The Speech Purpose
b. Big Finish:

Research Cited:

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"Nothing is unclear to eyes cleansed by tears." ~~ An Elegant Engagement;
'Moonlight Waltz'


"Shall we dance under the evening sun bright, late into the glassy-eyed moon's light?" ~~ God Of Death;
'Tsukuyomi Yin'


"Tears of a thousand,
Pain of a million," ~~Tear Lacrimoso;
'Weeping Willow'


"Filled with Destruction and Anguish,
Grinding your emotions down to dust,
Crushing your happiness into nothing," ~~ Mechanica;
'The Reaper'


"Our thoughts clash
And my soul weeps..." ~~ Moon's Passion;
'Deadly Rondo'
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PostSubject: Re: Paper; Analyzing A Famous Speech   Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:33 am

Name: Tymon Bolton II

Speech/Speaker Chosen: The Gettysburg Address (Abraham Lincoln)

I. Introduction - The Gettysburg Address is an influential speech which has impacted America and possibly many other nations over an extended period of time.

a. Attention Getter: The notions of freedom and civility during a time of slavery and civil war showed a mark of the speaker's maturity of self, concern for people and the well-being of the nation.

b. Topic And Purpose: This speech, given by Abraham Lincoln, is done to bring light to the travesties of the civil war and to prevent its cause from happening again in the future, if at all possible.

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"Nothing is unclear to eyes cleansed by tears." ~~ An Elegant Engagement;
'Moonlight Waltz'


"Shall we dance under the evening sun bright, late into the glassy-eyed moon's light?" ~~ God Of Death;
'Tsukuyomi Yin'


"Tears of a thousand,
Pain of a million," ~~Tear Lacrimoso;
'Weeping Willow'


"Filled with Destruction and Anguish,
Grinding your emotions down to dust,
Crushing your happiness into nothing," ~~ Mechanica;
'The Reaper'


"Our thoughts clash
And my soul weeps..." ~~ Moon's Passion;
'Deadly Rondo'
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PostSubject: Re: Paper; Analyzing A Famous Speech   Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:11 am

II. Body - Beyond being my favorite president, I chose Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address because of its fame and notoriety among the nation as well as its importance to the development of the future based on the civil matters of the United States.

a. Context - This speech was given due to the trying times of slavery and inhumane conduct during times of war and in general.

b. Content And Structure - Because of all the discord among and within the people, a call for union and civility was a necessity in both the war and within the people in order for them to come together and treat each other properly, respectfully and with common human consideration.

c. Before The Speech - Before this speech was given, there was a war going on -- the Battle of Gettysburg -- within America with the opposition of those who fought  for freedom against those who fought to maintain slavery.

d. Speech Introduction - The introduction of the speech is a largely famous portion which refers to the Declaration of Independence made in 1776, leading into the further dictation of the necessity for freedom based on the rites passed off over one hundred years prior to the infamous Gettysburg Address.

e. Speech Body - Lincoln made powerful reference to the actual necessity for union within the states due to the actuality of the Confederacy being the divided of the states -- those who sought to maintain slavery rather than to promote freedom, of which Abraham Lincoln's 'Gettysburg Address' was addressing as well.

f. Speech Conclusion - The Gettysburg Address ends with Lincoln's insistence of a 'government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth,' which means that instead of the government being over the people and enforcing rules or regulations that would force others to be under other people, the government would be maintained because of the people who were meant to be governed in order for them to actively make choices by themselves as a united nation rather than be dictated to like slaves to slave masters (which could cause them to treat others similarly).

g. Delivery - This speech was delivered at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and done so to unite those who would be for the people who sought out unity rather than those who insisted upon division and segregation.

h. Enthusiasm - The inspiration of the speech came from the Battle of Gettysburg and how many had fallen due to the lack of unity among the nation, but its influence had greater weight after the impact of the Battle of Gettysburg truly reflected in the condition of the states -- it was a time that made it clear that unity was of top priority and those who sought division were to be weeded out from among those who sought out union and freedom.

i. Humor - Of course, over the years, many have made parodies or made homage to Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address, more specifically with the famous line 'Four Score And Seven Years Ago,' which often led into an event of some type of humor or light-hearted comedy. However, this does not detract from the values of the speech, but emphasizes its importance among the light-hearted -- such as children -- and brings more together in this fashion without tarnishing the actual message, even if it is shortened or watered down. The exposure is key.
j. Visual Aids - The only visual aid of the actual Gettysburg Address is the doctrine, itself. Anything else that is used is only a rendition of the original speech, which vary over the course of who and what variables are applicable. My sources have great visual aids that help convey the message more clearly with the materials provided.

k. Gestures - Within the visual aids, the gestures are proper for the rendition -- they help to make the original message more vibrant and also have the additional critiques or synopses of the Gettysburg Address become more fluent with the original. Pictures are used to illustrate the point of how many had fallen due to the division of the states.

l. Vocals - The vocals that are inclusive are only in videos, which are not the actual speaker, but the renditions of the speaker.

m. Language - The language was proper for an address to soldiers -- it was clear, concise, direct and ultimately influential.

n. Intangibles - I felt inspired to keep order and maintain peace among my fellow men because of this and also, because I noted that Abraham Lincoln did not believe his words would travel so far, became more invigorated to accomplish my own passions which are geared toward similar views and goals in the world and society as a whole.

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"Nothing is unclear to eyes cleansed by tears." ~~ An Elegant Engagement;
'Moonlight Waltz'


"Shall we dance under the evening sun bright, late into the glassy-eyed moon's light?" ~~ God Of Death;
'Tsukuyomi Yin'


"Tears of a thousand,
Pain of a million," ~~Tear Lacrimoso;
'Weeping Willow'


"Filled with Destruction and Anguish,
Grinding your emotions down to dust,
Crushing your happiness into nothing," ~~ Mechanica;
'The Reaper'


"Our thoughts clash
And my soul weeps..." ~~ Moon's Passion;
'Deadly Rondo'


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PostSubject: Re: Paper; Analyzing A Famous Speech   Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:21 am

III. Conclusion - The Gettysburg Address holds many educational and informative properties about the speaker, the time period and the state of the nation all on its own in only a few concise paragraphs. It revealed to me a great deal about the trying and pressing times of the divided country as well as some insight about how long ago those who sought peace, unity and freedom had been fighting for such.

a. Recap: Summarize The Speech Purpose - In the end, the Gettysburg Address' potency stems from its ability to unite and express the necessity of unity whilst also directly opposing division and segregation in order to influence the people, impact the society and develop the nation.

b. Big Finish: Without powerful speeches like the Gettysburg Address or speakers like Abraham Lincoln, America would not only not be the nation it is today, it would not have progressed so far up the ladder of firmly establishing freedom and unity whilst also not allowing for enslavement or the restriction of freedom to a degree which is like slavery. We would probably not have as many rights as we do today or as much civil peace without civil war, nor the opportunity to create, establish and maintain civil peace or avoid civil war. All of these things are what make this speech and this speaker so potent.

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"Nothing is unclear to eyes cleansed by tears." ~~ An Elegant Engagement;
'Moonlight Waltz'


"Shall we dance under the evening sun bright, late into the glassy-eyed moon's light?" ~~ God Of Death;
'Tsukuyomi Yin'


"Tears of a thousand,
Pain of a million," ~~Tear Lacrimoso;
'Weeping Willow'


"Filled with Destruction and Anguish,
Grinding your emotions down to dust,
Crushing your happiness into nothing," ~~ Mechanica;
'The Reaper'


"Our thoughts clash
And my soul weeps..." ~~ Moon's Passion;
'Deadly Rondo'
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