Belonging Speech

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    Journal #1 My speech wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be, but it could have been better if I put more time into getting more information from my partner. The body paragraphs needed to give more information and go into more detail. Although it wasn’t that bad of a speech giving the thought that we met up for about thirty minutes. Back in high school when someone was giving a speech, we, the audience always tried to make them laugh, or simply just didn’t pay attention to the speaker and

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  • Belonging Relationships - as You Like It

    essential to finding a true sense of belonging” Discuss with reference to your prescribed text and related text/s Due to the complex and abstract nature of the concept of belonging, a true sense of belonging can be found in different circumstances for different people. As each individual has their own desires, needs and values, they find their place in the world and a genuine sense of belonging in various avenues. Many individuals find the strongest sense of belonging through relationships, due to the

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    restoring parks for my community. I had the great opportunity to be a part of a life changing experience called HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership) which built and shaped me to be the great leader I am today, I don’t think I would be up here giving this speech if I hadn’t gone to HOBY. I have been a part of SGA since 8th grade and fell in love with it ever since. I got an award for doing more than the president that year. Now I would like to share with you why I want to take on the position of CCASC president

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  • Belonging Essay

    the barrier to belonging in Australia, and the alienation of migrants. Skryznecki uses similes to reiterate his point that migrants were alienated. He say "like a homing pigeon" to compare migrants to birds. He does this to show that the migrants don't belong the are constantly moving to survive like birds do. He further develops this idea through a second simile "like birds of passage". He is explaining that nothing was certain, and there was no security or place of belonging. The migrants feel

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    Feeling of not belonging People who need people are the happiest people of all, but about a quarter of Australians are socially isolated and feel they do not belong, research shows. It reveals that simple activities, such as sitting down to dinner with the family regularly can promote happiness and mental wellbeing. But the activities some believe are intrinsically good, such as volunteering or becoming a community activist, are not necessarily good for you. The research, by Helen Berry of

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    Angela Choi 111 ND-A Achoi5892@gmail.com     Informative Speech Outline   Topic: The importance of voting   Type of Speech: issue                                                     Strategy for Presenting Content: Explanation   General Purpose: To inform   Specific Purpose: To inform my audience the importance of voting.   Thesis Statement: Voting is essential and should be exercised by everyone because one vote can                                     make a difference.   Introduction:

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    Basic Principles of Speech 9/28/11 Self-Assessment Preparing for a speech and delivering a speech are two very different things. Many factors can take over before going in front of an audience and discussing a topic. Being nervous can prevent you from performing to the best of your abilities, which can result in a negative attitude about the presentation. Although preparation is important, most speeches just come down to being able give your speech effectively. Because

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    Speech # 3 – Personal Interest Speech 4-6 minutes General Purpose: To inform Specific Objectives: ➢ To expand effective delivery technique and to have the opportunity to speak on a topic of personal interest with high rate of success. ➢ To incorporate the use of a presentation aid as support material into your public speaking. ➢ To build confidence in Public Speaking through an assignment that draws on speaker’s personal interest in music, literature, or an object

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    Emily Lemire Speech 12 Mrs. Kramer Date Questions 1. Where did you grow up? * I grew up in New Jersey. 2. What was your childhood like? * It was very happy and filled with family and friends. I lived by a playground in the city. All of my friends and I would walk to the playground together and play games like marbles. 3. Where did you attend school? * I attended Our Lady of the Valley in Orange, New Jersey. It was an all-girls school until my freshman year and then boys

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    that make up your speech. You need to know what the purpose in delivering your speech is. Know your main objective to make everything clear. Also make sure that your idea fits the interest of your audiences. Your message depends in your audience. In writing your speech, you need to have a plan. Organize your ideas and make sure you’re ideas go well with your topic. Accept and renew ideas that can help enhance your message. Reject ideas that is out of the boundary of your speech. It would be nice

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    linked to their sense of belonging.” Discuss this view with detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your choosing. In 1953 play by Arthur Miller, The Crucible, short story of 1973 by Ursula Le Guin, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, and Lee Joon-ik’s 2005 film, The King and the Clown, through the exploration of identity, guilt and power, and integrity, these works have demonstrated an individual’s self-esteem and its link to belonging. In Miller’s play, self-esteem

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    Speech on Divorced Families BSHS 371 July 10, 2013 Reina Menashe Speech on Divorced Families In the five minutes that I have the pleasure to speak with you every 13 seconds of those five minutes a divorce will occur. At the end of today there will be a total of 6,646 divorces and in one week there will be a total of 46, 523 divorces (Portnoy, 2008). I am here today to be the voice of the children whose parents are divorced and transform the children’s lives but I cannot do this alone and I

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    articles to articles directed especially for children. 1. It’s so common to run to your iPad, computer, even phone to get on the internet for assistant with homework, research. and to make clear in order to confirm my information for this speech I relied on Buzzled.com, Yahoo.com , and Google especially 2. The whole idea of homeschooling has increased due to the expansion of internet services, the fact of having access of teachers giving lectures, demonstrating certain concepts through

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    Who belongs or is excluded? What language has the composer used that explicitly links to the concept of belonging? What is the nature of belonging explored in the text? How are techniques used to explore the concept of belonging? The Fig Tree When is the text set and how does the time period impact on audience understanding or perception of belonging? Why has the composer created this text? (purpose) Where is the text set? How does the setting allow for inclusion or exclusion

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  • A Sense of Belonging

    A Sense of Belonging Student Name College Name A Sense of Belonging Alice Walker’s Everyday Use was about a woman who raised two daughters on a farm in the rural south during the late 1960s or early 1970s. Even though they were very poor, the eldest daughter, Dee, was able to go away to college. She was educated and very worldly. The younger sister, Maggie, stayed at home with Mama and could barely read. Although Mama and Maggie felt they belonged on the farm, Dee felt she belonged in the

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    Kristan Salazar Demonstration speech Every year my family has a paper airplane making and distance contest. We go to office depot and raid the paper section for different lengths of paper and go to target to get snacks and food. It is a very big deal in our family so when I took the gold medal for my regular or “standard” paper airplane in 06 I was on top of the world. So today I am going to teach you how to make my famous gold medal winning regular paper airplane. You’re welcome. So I

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  • Poem, Belonging

    fragmented identity. Belonging is an instinctive part of the human condition, however Skrzynecki empathises throughout this poem that a lack of understanding of it can prelude ones sense of belonging and ultimately cause a feeling of disconnection, which therefore causes an impeded sense of frustration and Isolation. Furthermore through this poem Skrzynecki explores the idea behind the lack of acceptance that these migrants continue to have, hence he is unable to nourish belonging expressively at all

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    Belonging speech Good morning/Afternoon teachers and students today I will be showing you how a sense of belonging or not belonging greatly influences an individual’s identity. A change in identity occurs when belonging is found through meaningful, intimate relationships, with senses of place, community, safety and familiarity. The free verse novel, The Simple Gift, composed by Steven Herrick, the dramatic fairy tale film, Edward Scissor hands, directed and created by Tim Burton and the novel Matilda

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    Belonging describes a sense of acceptance and security created through perceptions of relationships. Whilst we can easily develop connections with familiar things, our tendency to do so can also potentially oppress our ability to belong. Due to its intangible nature, a sense of belonging is determined by a state of mind, as it requires mutual acceptance by both parties. Lastly, when facing hardships to belong, people may have the incentive to abandon their original relationships and search for new

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  • Belonging to Community

    belong. Max Lucado’s picture book ‘You Are Special’, and Harper Lee’s novel ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ delve into the intricacies of belonging within community. Both texts explore how personal differences can alienate individuals from their community and cause a loss of self-worth. However people often overcome this disconnection to community through experiences of belonging in their own unique identity. Lucado’s ‘You Are Special’ follows the story of a Wemmick (puppet) named Punchinello who lives

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    AG:(Show the youtube clip) Hello/Hey, my fellow classmate once again if you don’t know my name yet but name is Rashad Copeland I’m up here to deliver my Speech. : I’m here today to convince you to change a habit or least try it once to take a 5 mixture showers SP: My main purpose of today speech is that to pursiver cut back on the water usage and save time plus h much water we use a day the effect of taking long shower. CS: My credibility on this topic that I take a 5 minute

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  • A Pedagogy of Belonging

    Pedagogy of Belonging Mitchell Beck and James Malley ABSTRACT: The psychological sense that one belongs in a classroom and school community is considered a necessary antecedent to the successful learning experience. In an era when traditional sources of belonging have diminished due to changing family and community demographics, the school plays an increasingly important role in meeting this need. There is evidence that conventional classroom practices fail to engender a sense of belonging, especially

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    Homework: persuasive Speech Self-Assessment May 3, 2014 The topic nursing was appropriate for my audience. Even though the majority of my audience. My specific purpose in the speech was to persuade my audience about the benefits of nursing and the choices in career path that they can choose. I feel that it was achieved successfully in the amount of time I had. Additionally, my thesis statement was also clearly which I am sure we can all relate to that you will never forget the way someone makes

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    Rubric Element | Strictly Ballroom | Tea with Milk | Personal Context | * Perceptions of belonging and not belonging are shaped through an individuals personal context and they way they were brought up * Familial relationships significantly influence an individual’s sense of belonging * Belonging to a family does not necessarily always have positive impacts / provide a sense of belonging * Belonging is enriched by a positive interaction with others and the surrounding world but can also be

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    Belonging This essay discusses defines belonging. It identifies some elements of belonging, and focuses on selected few. It discussed concept of belonging from my perspective and looks at the significant of that from Aboriginals perspective based on research. It gives a brief history of the cruel nature of colonisation, its impact on Aboriginals and how this colonial mentality is perpetuated through discrimination to the Indigenous Australian disadvantage. It states why the policy introduced

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    speaking in front of the whole school for one of our first rallies made this a top for my experience in the committee. This showed who I was as a member of the committee. I was even stopped in the halls asking, “are you the one who gave that great speech?” or “great job out there, you did great!” It was the best feeling in the world! That lead me the conventions I was invited to and all the friends I made there. As you go through the conventions you meet people and then get to enjoy that whole trip

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    04.10) • Dostoevsky, F., translation by Pevear, Richard and Volokhonsky, Larissa (1990). The Brothers Karamazov. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux. • Famous Examples of Persuasive Speeches. Available on-line at http://www.famous-speeches-and-speech-topics.info. (accessed on 10.04.10)

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    die of cancer this year. That's more than 1,500 a day. An average of 1/2 of men and 1/3 of women will develop cancer. Purpose: To inform my audience about cancer. Importance to Audience: Cancer can affect anyone, so you can gain something from this speech by being informed about cancer, and how to prevent it Thesis Statement: Cancer is a serious disease that may be preventable and curable. Preview: I will discuss what cancer is, ways to prevent cancer growth, and the different types of treatment for

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    Erinn Elledge COMS203-1501A-08 Laticia Dezell 01/23/2015 Speech # 1 I Have a Dream August 28, 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. The speaker gained the attention of the audience of all the people who joined in the demonstration for freedom for the Negro’s. The topic of his speech is for freedom for the Negro, the Emancipation Proclamation. He is trying to stop discrimination for those of color. The facts and explanations that support his arguments are

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    Vision Board Speech Good Afternoon Everyone, My name is_______ and this is my vision board. I had a lot fun doing this project. I decided to pick five things that really tell more about who I am and why I am here today. The first is Music, I wake up too it, I go too sleep with it and time-to-time even shower with it. I think music in it self is healing. To me it is an explosive expression of humanity. It is something we are all touched by, no matter what culture we're from. I can honestly

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    letting them meet you. This is what communication is all about. Like anything else, it takes practice. Often it is very hard for people to mingle; in fact some people find it as hard to mingle, as it can be to stand in front of a crowd and give a speech. The art of mingling can be very difficult to understand and execute. To feel more at ease at the event, prepare ahead of time, with full stomach, the right attitude and the right business tools, which I will give you throughout this course.

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    Belonging is a challenging and complex concept that may be embraced or resisted by individuals or society. Peter S. Immigrant Chronicles composed by P.S explores a range of ideas and messages that the poet wants to communicate to his audience of the different layers and levels of belonging. Both poems Migrant Hostel and St Pat’s explore the importance of choice of environment by the individual and the role of the individual are seen to affect their own sense of belonging. An individual’s connection

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    Speech 1 “A Time for Choosing” by Ronald Reagan 1. Ronald Reagan gained the audience attention by his opening statement “ I’ve been permitted to choose my own words and ideas” 2. The topic was A Time for Choosing, it was a presidential candidate speech concerning the upcoming election which was going to be held in a few week. It explained his standpoint and views on the hot topics such as the war and the economy 3. Ronald Regan stated that he once was a democrat but felt that the issues

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    Day, the Shortest Speech http://vsotd.com/featured-speech/longest-day-shortest-speech#sthash.5hXfbsUi.dpuf "The troops, the air and the Navy did all that Bravery and devotion to duty could do." Address by Dwight D. Eisenhower Written in case of failure of D-Day Invasion, Normandy, France on June 6, 1944 In my analysis of this speech, I have found that the speech fails to adhere to the guidelines of informative speech. Although it meets a few of the guidelines, the speech overall is unsuccessful

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    Introduction: We’ve all heard the phrase, “a man’s best friend’ at least a few thousand times in our life time. When we say that, we are referring to the cutest most loyal animals of them all, the dog. For our group speech we decided that volunteering at a Pitbull shelter was just the right thing to do that fit us all perfectly. Saving Grace Pitbull Rescue has a history of helping dogs, what we did there was very influential and what they do for all those dogs is truly amazing. To start off with

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    EXAMPLE OF INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Sarah Putnam Informative Outline Topic: The Titanic General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about one of the most famous tragedies in history, the Titanic. Thesis: From the disaster to the movie, the sinking of the Titanic remains one of the most famous tragedies in history. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: An American writer named Morgan Robertson once wrote a book called The Wreck of the Titan. The book was about an

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    Good morning, everyone. Today, I feel so glad to stand here giving my speech in front of you. This year we are passing through is destined to be different. I guess all of you have heard about Maya’s prediction about 2012 doomsday. No one wishes this to be the truth, for we still leave a lot to accomplish. Eagerly and zealously, we and people around us are always pursuing things seemed shiny but sort of unrealistic. However, what if now you got the message that your life is going to terminate in just

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    Courtney Hottowe October 23, 2012 Com 345.002 Informative Speech Outline General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: Create awareness among the audience Central Idea: Animal Abuse is a constantly growing issue and today I am going to provide you with some information on where it stems from and how to prevent it. Introduction I. Attention Material a. “We are coming up on our 6 month anniversary of the day we brought Lola home from Homeward Pet.  She is an amazing addition to our

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    ABSTRACT Yuval-Davis outlines an analytical framework for the study of belonging and the politics of belonging. Her article is divided into three interconnected parts. The first explores the notion of ‘belonging’ and the different analytical levels on which it needs to be studied: social locations; identifications and emotional attachments; and ethical and political values. The second part focuses on the politics of belonging and how it relates to the participatory politics of citizenship as well

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    myself to him…’, Alejandro Innatritu’s film Babel (2006) and Franz Kafka’s novella Metamorphosis (1912) collectively explore ideas of belonging. (ADD ANSWER TO DIRECT QUESTION). They represent how belonging and exclusion from society contributes to shaping one’s sense of self and identity to determine their position in the larger world. The texts highlights how belonging to people and places within both social and cultural contexts, is dependent on the choices we make to feel accepted or remain an outsider

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    AOS – Belonging Essay ‘St. Patricks College’, ‘Migrant Hostel’ and Starry Night – Vincent Van Gough Belonging is an abstract perception that evolves and changes depending on an individual’s context and situation. The tension between belonging to society and self is at the heart of the complexity of the concept. Peter Skrzynecki’s poems St. Patricks College and Migrant Hostel from the immigrant chronicles and Van Gogh’s Starry Night are different mediums that juxtapose the duality of belonging

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    SPEECH 1100--SHELL OUTLINE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Attention Getter: Each year, 40 million Americans get sick and 80,000 die from bacteria that were transmitted by not handwashing properly. It is also estimated that one out of every three people do not wash their hands after using the restroom. Thesis Statement: Proper Handwashing has 3 main steps Significance Statement: You carry millions of microbes

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    Persuasive Speech Attention grabber: Did you know that according to Stress.org, “People Issues” is the second main cause of workplace stress? The first main cause being workload. Briefing: I recently have been having an issue with SUSIE. She has been working here a lot longer than I have and she always wants things done how she does them. I would like it if Susie could be more open to my ideas on how to do things. I think if we cooperate and work together to find methods that are both effective

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  • Peter Skrzynecki, Belonging

    “A sense of belonging arises from a connection with people and places” An individual’s sense of belonging is a fundamental aspect of one’s life as belonging emerges from the connection between people and places, whether a bodily place or a non-existential place. The poems by Peter Skrzynecki, ‘10 Mary Street’ and ‘Feliks Skrzynecki’ highlights the idea of belonging in a way that depicts the sense of connectedness of various people in a cultural community and a physical place. The poem, ‘Feliks

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    Brittney Chandler Dr. Teri Maddox SPEECH 1010-06 31 January 2012 “Listening is a 10 Part Skill.” Listening to another person speak can be very difficult sometimes. A lot of students might find sitting still and listening to someone lecture or saying a speech can be quiet boring. All audience should be content and pay attention. Some students tend to get distracted though. There are times when I am like that and can get distracted by my own thoughts. Good listeners focus on central ideas.

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    Through studying belonging I have developed an understanding that our tendency to belong is a profound part of human nature. Belonging creates personality, security and cultural identity, when an individual gains this sense of belonging a sense of fulfillment is achieved. This is evident in Peter Skrzynecki’s poems Feliks Skrzynecki, Migrant Hostel, Tim Wintons short story neighbours and Looking for Alibrandi directed by Kate woods. Peter Skrzynecki’s poem ‘Feliks Skrzynecki’ explores the need

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    the Antibacterial Bubble The speaker for the speech entitled Bursting the Antibacterial Bubble use very clear and vivid language. A couple of examples from the text include “today millions of Americans are trying to build a bubble around themselves and their families to keep out germs. The bubble is not made of plastic, however, billions of dollars’ worth of antibacterial hand wipes, tissues, soaps, and sponges.” The language included in this speech tends to be very clear out and supported with

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    “I’m trying to make a case for people who don’t have the sense of belonging that they should have, that there is something really worthwhile in having a sense of belonging.” Imagine yourself in a foreign land. You have no idea where you are or who to turn to. Your new surroundings make you feel out of place. Imagine feeling like that for thirty days…or sixty days…or more. How are you coping? Are you sleeping well? What is your mood? My bet is that you are falling apart; That you are spiralling

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  • Belonging

    interacts with others and the world around them can enhance or restrain their experience of belonging. A sense of belonging is reliant on relationships and close links with places, particular environments and landscapes. Relationships are initially built upon mutual interests and acceptance and this is closely linked with one’s innate desire to be able to affiliate with a group or another individual. Belonging is a part of everyday life and can enrich our identity and can lead to acceptance and understanding

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