Speeches That Echo Throughout #History

How best to use the speeches in this book? There is no one “best” way to benefit from the material in this book. As a point of departure, read each speech. Read them silently and read them aloud. Then read them again. And again. Again…

Appreciate the sounds of the words, for they are beautiful. Notice the use of repetition, humour, irony, wit, allusion and alliteration. Practice giving the speeches.

Place yourself in the “shoes” of the speaker.

You become Cato, Demosthenes, Abraham Lincoln, Booker T. Washington, Chief Joseph, Chief Red Jacket, Brutus, Mark Antony, William Pitt and William Wilberforce. See the world as they saw the world, and deliver the speeches…

Reference:
Author(s) Name | Death Date | Work | Initial Publication

Aristotle, 322 BC, Rhetoric, 350 BC, (1877 English Translation)

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Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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