- HE: Gymnasium 11. Klasse
- Englisch LK
Analyse: Speech analysis - Remarks by the President on Immigration in the Rose Garden
''Speech analysis - Remarks by the President on Immigration in the Rose Garden'' ist eIne Analyse von einem Ausschnit von Obamas Rede über Integration. Barack Obamas Rede über die Einwanderung befasst sich mit dem Thema der Status für undokumentierte Einwanderer, die in Amerika geboren wurden, im Rahmen der Daueraufenthaltskarte, besondere Bedingungen zu erhalten. Bemerkenswert ist hier der Verweis auf seine Versprechen Zahlreiche und Meinung. Die Analyse wurde von einem Schülern aus der 11 Klasse als Hausarbeit geschrieben.
In the fist two sentences Obama addresses the congress by urging them to legalise the DREAM Act, due to the limited time of the young generation of immigrants. Economy and security are the main reasons he mentions for this law to be established. He refers to an equal importance of the DREAM Act and the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act in 2007, for which he also was voting back than. While explaining again why it is right to establish the law, he announces that as long as he will be president, he will not give up fighting for this stature.
Obama's speech is written in a colloquial and easy understandable style. Examples involve statements like ‘[…] it's the right thing to do […]' (l.66), ‘[…] come together and get this done […]' (l.65) etc. This way he is able to address a wider audience and build a connection with his listeners. Moreover, he often uses the preposition ‘and' (l. 55, 65, 68) in the beginning of a sentence. Likewise, this has an ‘every day talk effect' on the listener and creates above this a feeling of urgency. As if, he as afraid to be interrupted and wants to inform his listeners as much a he can.
Regardless to this, Obama uses though long and twisted sentence structures to highlight the important information. The first sentence starts with the relative clause ‘[…] Precisely because this is temporary […]' (l.53) which has the purpose of directing the listeners attention on the lacking time.
Like hinted before, after follows a long sentence which stretches over seven lines and is filled with alliterations starting with ‘[…] reform that […] (l.55,56,57,59). These suggest the extent and importance of the reform, while the repetition as well has a memorable effect on the audience... Kaufen Sie jetzt Zugang, um mehr zu lesen