1. Make a summary of the speech (remember: no quotes, present tense, 8-10 lines)
3. Fill out the following aspects of the rhetorical pentagon (remember to find quotes)
5. Find an example of each of the following literary devices and explain its usage:
- Inclusive language:
7. Find an example of each of the following literary devices and explain its usage:
- List of three:
- Rhetorical questions:
2. Correct the 10 mistakes in the following text.
4. Translate line 13-18 into Danish
6. Change to primary tense in the following text to present tense (nutid)
Change to primary tense in the following text to past tense (datid)
8. Below are jumbled sentences from two different texts. Unjumble them.
Emma Watson talks about the difference between men and women and the fact that being a feminist is not about hating men.
She says that men should have as much right to express themselves and their feelings as women have the right to have control over their own body without being harassed or commented on. Emma Watson wants to unite and make people support the movement “HeForShe”.
Emma Watson is talking about gender equality and a new campaign called “HeForShe”. They want to try to encourage as many men and boys as possible to be advocated for gender equality.
When she was eight she started to get called bossy and when she was 14 she started being sexualized by the press. She later decided that she is a feminist.
She then talks about the fact that she does not understand that the word “feminism” is so unpopular and why the word is so uncomfortable.
She then says she is a woman from Britain and that she has had many opportunities and wants every country to be like that.
The speech is about gender equality. Emma Watson describes herself as a feminist because she does not think it is fair how both sex gets treated differently, for example men get paid more than women. And that is why she goes agrees with the “HeForShe” campaign.
She recalls how she was beginning to question gender roles when she was called bossy at the age of eight.
She believes that people see feminism as uncomfortable and feminists as aggressive women, but she talks about the fact that she is herself a feminist but not an uncomfortable and aggressive woman.
The speech is about gender equality. The speaker is Emma Watson, who talks about her personal experience with gender equality and circumstances around the world.
She also talks about how the standards of society affects both men and women. She also mentions that in Africa and other countries they still arrange marriage for little girls. In the end, she talks about how people need to start with themselves before they can make a change with others.
The circumstance is the misunderstanding of the word feminism (l. 4-5) and the fact that men need gender equality as much as women do.
The circumstance is that she wants boys and men to talk about gender equality (l. 11)
The reason she decides to speak up is because she does not feel that women and men are equal (l. 19)
The circumstance is that there is inequality (l. 22-23)
The circumstance is the UN meeting (l. 6)
The circumstance is that right now girls around the world are not getting the education they deserve (l. 85-86)
The circumstance is the fight for gender equality (l. 4)
The speaker is Emma Watson, who is an actress (l. 41).
The speaker is Emma Watson, who is a woman from Britain and who stared in the Harry Potter movies (l. 73)
Emma Watson is a famous actor and a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador (l. 2)
The speaker is Emma Watson who is a UN Goodwill Ambassador (l. 2)
The Harry Potter actress Emma Watson (l. 73)
The speaker is the Harry Potter actress Emma Watson (l. 73)
The speaker is Emma Watson, who is a famous actor best known for her role in Harry Potter as Hermione Granger. She fights for gender equality (l. 2)