Speech Analysis

Arbeitsblätter zur Redeanalyse - Interpretationen für den Unterricht

Speech Analysis - Arbeitsblätter zur Redeanalyse - Interpretationen für den Unterricht - Englisch

Speech Analysis

Arbeitsblätter zur Redeanalyse - Interpretationen für den Unterricht

Reihe
Typ:
Interpretation / Redeanalyse
Verlag:
School-Scout
Fächer:
Englisch
Klassen:
8-13
Schultyp:
Gymnasium

Die Reihe “Speech Analysis” bietet aktuelle Beispiele politischer Reden und liefert gleichzeitig eine jeweils Beispielanalyse und passende Arbeitsaufgaben mit.

Die analysierten Reden liefern gute Beispiele dafür, wie politische Reden konzeptioniert sind und mit welchen rhetorischen Mitteln Politiker arbeiten, um eine politische Wirkung zu erzielen.

Damit kann im Unterricht auf optimale Weise gezeigt werden, mit welchen Mitteln Redner versuchen ihre Ziele zu erreichen.

Die folgenden 7 Materialien sind in dieser Reihe verfügbar:

Typ Nr Titel Seiten Preis
4116 Martin Luther King - Why I oppose the War in Vietnam
  • Summarize the speech in about 100 words.
  • Which reasons against the war in Vietnam does King give?
  • How does Martin Luther King want to achieve his goal (peace and freedom)? Would you call his way “aggressive”?
  • Comment on the last paragraph (I call on Washington…..God). Die Rede, Vokabular und Lösungen
7 ab € 2,79
29064 Barack Obama's speech concerning his relationship to Reverend Jeremiah Wright on March 18th, 2008

This speech is Barack Obama’s reaction to accusations about his relationship to reverend Jeremiah Wright who preached anti-American. Obama uses the speech to talk about the racial conflict in the American society. He wants the American people to build a unit.
Through stylistic devices Obama forms his audience into a unit which goes beyond their skin colour. Based on the American spirit he creates an illusion of a society being changed by will and hope only. He unites the different social groups in the pathetic myth of the American Dream.
Content:

  • Transcript of Obama’s speech (7,5 pages)
  • Analysis of the text (2,5 pages)

  • 12 ab € 2,79
    32227 Barack Obama’s Victory Speech on the 5th of November, 2008

    In the speech after his phenomenal victory on the 5th of November 2008 Barack Obama focuses again on the topics he promoted during his campaign: the importance of unity and American values, America’s ability to change, the challenges to come and the ways to meet them.

    The analysis focuses on structure and rhetorical devices.

    Content:
    • Transcript of Obama’s speech (4 pages)
    • Analysis of the text (3 pages)
    8 ab € 2,79
    32484 Hillary Clinton - Remarks to the U.N. 4th World Conference on Women Plenary Session (5 September 1995)

    Hillary Clinton gave the following speech at the 4th World Conference on Women Plenary Session. The conference, held in Beijing, China, focused on the identification of major obstacles in the way of advancing the status of women in the world and pointed out goals and steps towards removing these obstacles. The fundamental themes of the conference were equality, peace and development.

    The analysis focuses on structure and rhetorical devices.

    Content:
    • Transcript of Clintons speech (4,5 pages)
    • Analysis of the text (3,5 pages)

    Text auf Englisch!

    10 ab € 2,79
    32897 Mohandas K. Gandhi - Non-violence is the first article of my faith (March 23, 1922)

    Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869-1948), commonly known around the world as, delivered the speech “Non-violence is the first article of my faith” on March 23, 1922, as a statement to the court after he was arrested by the British government. Gandhi played a major role in India´s struggle for independence which he tried to achieve by promoting nonviolent noncooperation with the British system and laws.

    The analysis focuses on structure and rhetorical devices.

    Content:
    • Transcript of Gandhi´s speech ( 2 pages)
    • Analysis of the text ( 2 pages)
    5 ab € 2,79
    45161 Barack Obama's speech on the death of Osama bin Laden, delivered on May 1st, 2011

    Barack Obama’s speech on the killing of the world’s most wanted terrorist attracted an audience of about 50 million people and initiated a rapture among US citizens.

    This material provides an analysis of the speech and its stylistic devices and offers links to political background information

    Content:
    • Didaktische Hinweise zur Klausur
    • Transcript of the Obama speech (3 pages)
    • Analysis of the text (4 pages)
    • References (1 page)

    Text auf Englisch

    9 ab € 2,89
    59264 Margaret Thatcher: The lady's not for turning (1980)
    • Redetext
    • ausgearbeitete Klausur
    • ausführliche Musterlösung
    • Erwartungshorizont
    • Texte komplett auf Englisch
    21 ab € 4,99

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