How to Write a Speech Analysis
The speech delivered by [author] on [date] in [place], deals with [short summary]. The speech is addressed to [target audience]. The focus is on [main topic]. The speaker aims to [what the speaker wants to achieve].
The speech can be divided into [number of parts]. In his opening words, [speaker's opening statement]. Halfway through the speech, [speaker's main argument]. Towards the end of the speech, [speaker's conclusion].
In his speech, [speaker's name] uses many devices to support his opinion. One of the most effective devices the speaker employs is [stylistic device]. For example, [quotation] has the effect of [effect on the reader]. The most powerful strategy used by the speaker is [strategy]. At one point in his speech, he makes use of [rhetorical device]. A recurrent/striking rhetorical device is [rhetorical device]. In line [line number], the speaker argues/illustrates/claims that [speaker's argument]. The speaker uses these devices to make the audience aware of [speaker's intention], to trigger emotions of [emotions], to heighten/catch the audience's/listener's attention, to make the speech more memorable, to leave no room for doubt, and to amuse/entertain the listener.
All in all, it can be said that [speaker's message]. In conclusion, [speaker's conclusion]. To put it into a nutshell, [summary of the speech]. The message of the speech is clear and simple. From my point of view, the speech is convincing because [reasons]. The speech made me think about [thoughts provoked by the speech].