English essay about president speech

English essay about president speech

Order Description
You will only be able to do this assignment if you have read the two speeches assigned on Page 4 in the lesson, taken notes of each speech according to the instructions given on Page 4 in the lesson, and paid attention to the “Wedding Cake” model of a comparison/contrast essay on Page 3 in the lesson!

For this assessment you must demonstrate your ability to think and read critically by writing a four paragraph, compare contrast analysis essay. You will use one of the critical analysis perspectives from the lesson.

1. Use your notes from both speeches found in this lesson (President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” speech and President Barack Obama’s “Welcoming Remarks” speech) to answer one of the following analysis questions:
The links to both speeches
https://lti.flvsgl.com/content/vldhpitu0h710eo9jmv7jds6d5/educator_englishII_v14_2_gs/module03/pop/03_04_04/03_04_04_popb.htm

https://lti.flvsgl.com/content/vldhpitu0h710eo9jmv7jds6d5/educator_englishII_v14_2_gs/module03/pop/03_04_04/03_04_04_popa.htm
Choice 1: Historical/Biographical Analysis
Has the idea of “freedom from fear” changed over time? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.

Choice 2: Gender Analysis
Is the “freedom from fear” a concern for both men and women equally? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.

Choice 3: Economic /Political Analysis
Are the poor and the wealthy equally concerned about the “freedom from fear”? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.

2. Organize your four paragraphs using the “Wedding Cake” model you learned about on Page 3.

3. Compose your compare/contrast essay using direct evidence from the text (the two speeches). Be sure to include commentary and insights from your personal experiences, observations, and other readings.

find the cost of your paper