Speeches - Part 3
If you are afraid of public speaking, you’re not alone. Every year a lot of students are told to deliver a speech and most of them have no idea what topic to choose and how to get the attention of the listeners. Moreover, persuasive speech is one of the most interesting and difficult ones, as you need not only to tell the topic, but also to persuade the audience to follow you and agree with your views.
It is absolutely clear that any manifestation of racism bears most negative implications. However, with a closer look and no extra emotional compound, racism can merely be regarded as an idea of diversity, described in respective scientific works. Nevertheless, mentioning any of ethnic, social, political and ideological differences today potentially indicates morbid inequality, violent action, abuse speech, all sorts of prejudice, discrimination and oppression. The phenomenon of racism counts centuries of history, though it is declared to be actively fought against.
MLA stands for the Modern Language Association, and this format is used to write papers and cite sources. Why is it important to follow MLA style guide in your work?
Have you ever heard stories about people who could have been saved if one of their failed organs was transplanted? These stories had rather a tragic end. Well, they are true, and such cases happen everyday.
The purpose of a persuasive speech is to make the audience see a certain issue your way. In order to accomplish this goal, you need to use compelling arguments, because people with strong opinions can be really difficult to sway. Following Monroe’s motivated sequence can be very helpful.
When you think about organization like ESRB, you can’t but wonder why people find the greatest pleasure in their life in causing harm to other people’s business and doing everything to find ways of depriving other people of pleasure.
The theory of global warming, or “greenhouse effect” has been a popular bugaboo for many years and still is supported by the majority of scientific and political authorities all over the world. The main idea standing behind this term is that the average temperature over the globe gradually increases due to the anthropogenic reasons, most commonly considered to be the emission of “greenhouse gases” which unavoidably accompany industrial production.
It may sound pretentious, but computer games seem to gradually start behaving as if they were growing into something more, than simple entertainment. However, it is not the first time it happens – for example, theatre has grown out of folk festivals that had no goal other than entertaining their participants and onlookers, and cinema has evolved from primitive silent comedies into the whole great industry, differentiating from the popular films that are often not much more sophisticated than the first silent films to complex, multilayered art house works, making the viewer think and expecting him to do so.
Bermuda Triangle, or the Devil’s Triangle, is one of the most mysterious regions of the Earth. The patch of the Atlantic Ocean, allegedly triangular in shape, has been blamed for an unusual number of mysterious incidents, generally – disappearances and discoveries of ships deserted by their crews. There is a great many theories explaining it, ranging from unusual natural phenomena (e.g., magnetic abnormalities or uncharted oceanic streams) to gateways to parallel universes and activities of extraterrestrial creatures. Some people even state that it is one of the alleged Vile Vortices, twelve roughly evenly placed regions of the Earth characterized by paranormal happenings, the most well known being the Bermuda Triangle itself, and the Devil’s Sea near the coast of Japan. However, the majority of scientists state that the matter is very much exaggerated and the Triangle is no more mysterious than any other part of the World Ocean.
Genetically engineered products become a more and more pressing concern of everyday’s life. It grows increasingly popular to write something like “Does not contain GMO” on foodstuffs, but can we believe it? And, after all, does it actually matter?