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SPEECH ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW: The three speech analysis assignments are designed to put beginning public speaking students in a critical role. All students are assigned to view public addresses and critique them utilizing criteria generated by the instructor. Speech Analysis asks you to watch and review three short speeches of acceptance. This assignment therefore corresponds with notes and textbook material related to "special occasion speaking." However, the three speeches assigned (see links below) were selected specifically because they all violated audience expectations, in that the speakers challenge the audience. Speech Analysis Instructions: Special Occasion Speaking Watch and listen to the speech found at this links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QUacU0I4yU (Links to an external site.) (Marlon Brando) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7Is43K6lrg (Links to an external site.) (Michael Moore) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiiWdTz_MNc (Links to an external site.) (Joaquin Phoenix—speech begins at the 2:01 mark) II. In essay format, and not to exceed 400 words, respond to the following: 1. Did you personally find any or all of these speeches offensive? If so, why? If not, do you think any or all were persuasive? (In your answer, please consider the fact that these speakers are addressing multiple audiences, not just the people in attendance. Please also consider that none of the speakers expected radical, immediate change to occur as a result of their speech—their goals might be more nuanced.) 2. Do you agree with the speaker's that it is acceptable, or even a "good idea" to use their platform of the Academy Awards Ceremony to advance political messages? 3.Focusing on the Michael Moore speech from 2003, why do you think the audience turned on Moore so quickly? (note that Moore received a standing ovation, which is rare for the Oscars, and totally unheard of for "best documentary." Also note that the audience was very well aware of the fact that Moore liked controversy, and in fact his film Bowling for Columbine was itself quote controversial. So, why were they so angry so quickly?

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