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Unformatted text preview: action. I believe that Jim Gray, the speaker, was successful through his use of ethos, pathos, logos along with his preparation, organization and word choice. I used descriptive word that helped my paper to be more succinct. It was pretty easy to analyze the speech, because it was so well organized, plus I am a visual learner. But it was hard to convey my ideas in a simple, precise manner, because there were so many thing to mention in this speech. I had to focus on relevant main points without rambling. When revising, I tried to address every problem mentioned by my editors. I went down the list and fixed them as I saw them. I think the revision really carved this paper into something much better than the first draft....
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- Fall '07
- Rhetoric, third-person point, Writers Memo, relevant main points, Pat LeFleur