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JFK’s Moon Speech. Michael Howard. Speaker. John F. Kennedy (1917- 1963) 35 th President of the United States. Occasion. The speech was given on September 12, 1962 JFK gave the speech because he felt the need to speak about the space program and the advancements that have been made.

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Jfk s moon speech

JFK’s Moon Speech

Michael Howard


Speaker
Speaker

  • John F. Kennedy (1917- 1963)

  • 35th President of the United States.


Occasion
Occasion

  • The speech was given on September 12, 1962

  • JFK gave the speech because he felt the need to speak about the space program and the advancements that have been made.

  • “Within the last 19 months 45 satellites have circled the Earth. Some 40 of them were made in the United States of America.”


Audience
Audience

  • The audience was the president and vice president of the college, the Governor of Texas, senators and congressmen from Texas, and many other people who wanted to see the president speak.


Purpose
Purpose

  • The purpose of JFK giving this speech was to explain to the public what was going on in American History.

  • JFK explains how advanced and complex the United States has become in the last 60 years. From planes, to automobiles, and now space crafts.


Subject
Subject

  • The subject of this speech was ultimately the space program.

  • John F. Kennedy tells the goals and initiatives of NASA…

    To put a man on the moon!


TONE

  • The tone of this speech was very uplifting and encouraging.

  • John F. Kennedy states all of the major achievements that the United States has made within the last half a century.


Rhetoric tools
Rhetoric Tools

  • Ethos: John F. Kennedy claims automatic ethos since he is the president of the United States.

  • Pathos: John F. Kennedy evokes the sense of the American spirit and the American Dream.

  • Logos: JFK uses logos by stating facts about the space program and showing how much it has progressed.


Video
Video

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuW4oGKzVKc


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • JFK renews America’s hope and trust in the U.S. Space program due to the speech given at Rice University.


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