Barack Obama's Speech Analysis

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Public speaking is commonly feared by people in our society today. Individuals need to have a good understanding of the different ways in which people communicate and interact with each other. Public speakers have to be very good listeners, have adequate preparation, and be very confident in order to become an effective public speaker. President Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States in 2008. Obama is a great example of an effective public speaker because his presentation skills are very good and the ability that he has to interact with large audiences is phenomenal. The language that he utilizes promotes an effective communication and encounters a resolution. The language that he utilizes differs from many other politicians …show more content…
It can be seen because at all times the millions of individuals present at his speech were cheering and applauding. Obama was well groomed, had appropriate attire, and had a very good developed outline of his speech. The speech was well structured and had good grammar. Obama’s speech was truthful and realistic to the current state and difficulties in which the nations stand. His speech was very impressive and meaningful in view of that fact that he touched the points that concerned U.S citizens the most. I would not change anything about his speech. He was very clear and convincing as he made eye contact with the audience when possible and did not hesitate to express his thoughts. His speech was very motivational to the audience because it inspired us to make and accept changes. Obama made the audience feel his energy. He visibly told the crowed why he was there. He …show more content…
He concluded his speech very well and gained the audience respect as well as convinced them (including myself) of why it was a great idea to vote for him. Obama knew that his concluding minutes of the speech was the one that the audience would remember the most so he made it count. I was not bored during the speech and actually felt motivated to listen to everything he had to say. I am not sure about paying but, I would definitely take the time to listen to one of his speeches as I enjoyed the speech he made for his Presidential

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