1. You will choose to view either a televised political speech or a televised editorial. *Please note that the speech should be an actual speech from history– NOT a fictional speech written for a television character. While you watch the speech, make notes about the speech’s content, the speaker’s delivery, and the non-verbal gestures he or she makes, on the Speech Analysis Worksheet. If you miss some of the categories on the first viewing, re-watch the speech and try to pay closer attention to more subtle details. You may choose to watch a speech on television or find one online to view. Below are some sites where you can find a variety of political speeches.
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2. Upon completing the Speech Analysis Worksheet, which can be downloaded below, you will write an analysis of the speech. Was the speaker effective overall? Was the speech convincing? What rhetorical devices did the speaker use, and were they effective? Using information from the completed worksheet, write a detailed and insightful account on the effectiveness of the speech.
Please save your speech analysis essay as a Word (.doc) document. If you don’t have Word, feel free to type your essay directly into the submission box, but be sure to still format it in APA style.