Analysis of Speech: Persuasive Devices

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<p> Extract from Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech. Shows examples of persuasive devices. Useful as an aide-mémoire.
Students can create their own 'Wordle' presentations thinking of important words associated with the civil rights movement or persuasive techniques - great for Black History Month.

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October 2014
Thankyou, this is very helpful for a non English Teacher teaching an English class.
September 2012
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June 2012
Hello - I am the original creator of this resource and originally uploaded it to TES in the United Kingdom. We used it as part of a broader speech-writing task. Some classes also compared it to speeches by Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth I of England, a Barack Obama. I hope you find it useful.
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November 2010
Thank you - this looks really useful.
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March 2010
Just what I need for a unit to test listening and speaking, based on great speeches. many thanks.
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January 2010
Thanks you have saved me a lot of time.
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January 2009
thanks for sharing
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December 2008
FANTASTIC. MY DEPARTMENT IS GOING TO LOVE THIS