He gave the rhetorical demands that racial justice no longer shall people be divided by race or religion. While throughout the whole speech King maintained strong eye contact and delivered a powerful meaning and understanding for the social and political upheaval of the time.
Kings magnetism and his sincerity raised familiar platitudes from cliche to commandment. Not to mention King had a similar paper in high school that he wrote with exact wording as the speech. The central Idea or purpose of his speech was and is to still educate, motivate, and persuade everyone to do away with segeration between whites and blacks one race to another.
He had Initial, derived, and terminal Credibility.
He established an immediate rapport with an ever changing audience and communicated on a meaningful level, by appealing to moral conscience of Americans standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Overall this speech helped and will continue helping the younger generations understand the Civil Rights movement and how it had a huge impact on his speech.
Some of the smooth flowing transition statements that were used when King was changing topics to talk about were. He also uses Geographical examples to ground and Illustrate logic of what he expects in the future.
He reasoned from principal, casual and analogical reasoning having Biblical references and literary illusions. King would get louder when he hit a part of the speech that he was passionate about. King used volume and tone to emphasize the important parts of his speech that he wanted you to remember and pay attention to.
My reaction to and the evaluation of the speech was I was un aware how much of a subliminal message it had and how it was so close to being considered racism. Quotes are quoted from Martin luther King Jr. King began to captivate his audience a Kings speech was really organized in problem solving order.
He does this by starting his speech with painting a visual picture.
King uses repetition to touch on main points that King wants to express the most and generate strong emotion to and among leaders. He was already a known Reveron so it was natural for the tone to sound little church sermon yet descriptive.
In preparing the speech King studied the Bible, Gettysburg Address, and the Declaration of Independence which he alludes all three in his speech. The dream he had in is pretty much a existing reality in this day and age, it makes you wonder how much of that was strictly because of him.
He had competence, character which made people listen.Martin Luther King’s speech, ‘I have a Dream’ may be considered on two levels, and the first is on the level of its content. Supposing one did not hear the speech delivered and only read a transcript or a printed copy of the speech, it is surprising that many things work independently for the written form of the speech in the ability of the speech to.
Published: Wed, 05 Jul Martin Luther King astounded America with his historic ‘I have a dream’ speech. His demand for racial justice and a unified society became mantra for the black community and is as known to successive American generations as the US Declaration of Independence.
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"I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH CRITIQUE" This speech took place on August 28, millions of citizens, children, law and policy makers attended whilewatched on TV as a Baptist Preacher,a Boston University Graduate Dr, Martin Luther King stood behind a podium.
This speech took place on August 28, millions of citizens, children, law and policy makers attended whilewatched on TV as a Baptist Preacher,a Boston University Graduate Dr, Martin Luther King stood behind a podium.
I Have a Dream: Critique ‘I Have a Dream’ is a 17 minute speech delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. on 28 August, in Washington D.C. during the ‘March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom’.Download