Distinctive voices provide understanding and emphasise the events and aspects of life in relation to the individual and their place in society
Distinctive voices provide understanding and emphasise the events and aspects of life in relation to the individual and their place in society. Both John F. Kennedy and Severn Cullis Suzuki provide evidence of this which is evident in the use of contrast, imagery and rhetorical questions but is also perpetuated in Pinks “Dear Mr President”. These texts provide connections within each other.
Distinctive Voices engage with the audience to create and understanding with people about current events. The speech to the Plenary session, Earth Summit speech by Severn Cullis Suzuki is using a dominant voice to point out the issues in the environment. She points her concern about the damage that has already been done to the earth and she appeals to adult leaders to act soon.” You don’t know how to fix the holes in our ozone layer. You don’t know how to bring salmon back up our dead stream. You don’t know how to bring back animals that are now extinct” this use of anaphora highlights the problems many places earth is facing while also tying in the fact that it can’t be fixed.