unit 2 exercise - We choose to go to the Moon The speaker I...

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We choose to go to the Moon The speaker I chose was John F Kennedy. The speech was given on September 12 th , 1962. This was a formal speech meant to inspire and rationale the first lunar exploration. The speech did move the audience and made them cheer many times throughout. I feel it was a highly effective and moving speech. He paused many times after making his points to let his listeners absorb the information he had just told them. He made constant eye contact with his audience, even though he was obviously doing his speech from the cue cards he had at the podium. He raises his voice to keep his audiences attention when making key points throughout his speech. He did clarify his references he made in the speech for those might quite not understand what he was saying. For example, he compared a rockets power to that of 10,000 car engines, so the people would understand the power of the rocket he was explaining. A lot of historic research is done for his speech. Comparisons to dollars spent on space exploration for a year are compared to how
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course AUDITING AC410 taught by Professor Prof during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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