Der Englisch LK von Frau Biedermann in der Jahrgangsstufe 11 hat sich vor Kurzem mit der Analyse von Reden auseinadergesetzt und danach auch selbst welche verfasst. Hier könnt ihr nun zwei dieser Reden exklusiv lesen!
Fabienne, Luka und Corinna haben eine Rede zum Thema Feminismus geschrieben.
Good morning! Today I want to tell you about the reasons why you should treat men and women the same way and what feminism really is.
Feminism is often associated with hating men, putting women over men and giving them more rights, when actually it is not. It is about genders being equal and both sexes having the same rights; it is about people making decisions that are not based on their genders. The same rights, the same chances, the same opportunities. That is what feminism is. It is a popular belief that sexism is something only women concerns when actually men suffer under the pressure too. Men are four times more likely to commit suicide than women because they are afraid to show their feelings or weakness based on what society tells them. Your mother is not worth any less just because she gave birth to you. Your sister is not worth any less just because she did not play soccer with you when you were younger. Your wife is not worth any less just because she wants to have a successful career and needs some help with the household or the kids. Your daughter should not have to live in a society in which she is afraid to be too smart or in which she is harrassed by boys for being a girl. Your son should not have to live in a society in which he has to keep his feelings to himself because of what people would think of him, just because he is a boy. This is not a society we should live in.
Felix, Maki und Johannes widmen sich in ihrer Rede dem Thema Abtreibung.
Hello everybody, my (put hand on your chest) name is Felix Braun and I’m a student. Today I am talking to you about a very serious topic (dramatic break). It’s abortion. In many countries abortion is legal and accepted by the societies of these countries (directly start with the beginning of the next sentence). But I tell you abortion is (stress the word murder) murder! A doctor who is doing an abortion doesn’t have less blood on his hands than a mass murderer (stretch the word “mass murderer”)! By allowing a doctor to do an abortion a woman risks her health. Scars, pain and even death are possible results. I believe (stress “I believe” each time) abortion is evil! I believe it is torture and I believe it is (stress “murder” again) murder! People who do abortions are condemned by the Lord himelf. Every year about (stretch “68,000 women”) 68,000 women die during an abortion. The state is giving many opportunities to let state institutions care for your undesired child. (stress the words “please” and “don’t”) Please don’t kill your innocent and adorable little gifts of heaven! Give it a try and don’t let it die! (Say this sentence with much emotion and increase your volume) Not every mother is ready to bring up a child, but every woman is able to give it into good hands! (Say this sentence in a normal volume again) Thank you for your attention.
IMPORTANT: The brackets describe which gestures you need to make and how you need to say specific words to achieve the wanted effect.