Analyzing US World War II Political Messages Quiz 70%

Look at the poster.

What is the effect of the rhetorical language that appears in this poster?

“Early stopping will make a late victory” stresses the idea that having lower levels of production means it will take longer to win the war.
Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster below it.

Fortunately, there are only a few Americans who place appetite above patriotism. The overwhelming majority realize that the food we send abroad is for essential military purposes, for our own and Allied fighting forces, and for necessary help in areas that we occupy.

Both the speech and the poster convey the importance of

conserving resources at home so troops can have more.
Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster below it.

Fortunately, there are only a few Americans who place appetite above patriotism. The overwhelming majority realize that the food we send abroad is for essential military purposes, for our own and Allied fighting forces, and for necessary help in areas that we occupy.

Both the speech and the poster use

diction to convey their message.
Look at the poster.

How does the image help convey the message of this poster?

The image of a large clock next to an unproductive worker emphasizes the importance of utilizing every minute of production time.
Read the excerpt from President Roosevelt’s State of the Union address.

I cannot prophesy. I cannot tell you when or where the United Nations are going to strike next in Europe. But we are going to strike—and strike hard.

The primary purpose behind Roosevelt’s words in this excerpt is to

convince the public of America’s strength.
Look at the poster.

The contrast of the white print on the red background is most designed to

2nd choice
Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address.

We must appraise the events of 1942 according to their relative importance; we must exercise a sense of proportion.

How does repetition of the phrase “we must” help Roosevelt achieve his purpose?

It encourages the public to act with a united front.

Analyzing US World War II Political Messages (Quiz)

Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address.

We take off our hats to the farmers who have faced an unprecedented task of feeding not only a great Nation but a great part of the world.

What is the effect of repeating the word great in this excerpt?

It stresses a positive idea and invigorates the audience.
How does the image help convey the message of this poster?The image of a large clock next to an unproductive worker emphasizes the importance of utilizing every minute of production time.
Read the excerpt from President Roosevelt’s State of the Union address.

But, as we face that continuing task, we may know that the state of this Nation is good—the heart of this Nation is sound—the spirit of this Nation is strong—the faith of this Nation is eternal.

Roosevelt’s primary purpose in this part of the speech is to entertain_______ the audience

inspire
What are President Roosevelt’s primary purposes in his State of the Union address? Check all that apply.to convince the public to support an idea
to encourage the public to unite
to motivate the public to take action
Read the excerpt from President Roosevelt’s State of the Union address.

I cannot prophesy. I cannot tell you when or where the United Nations are going to strike next in Europe. But we are going to strike—and strike hard. . . .

Of course, there have been disturbances and inconveniences—and even hardships. And there will be many, many more before we finally win. Yes, 1943 will not be an easy year for us on the home front. We shall feel in many ways in our daily lives the sharp pinch of total war.

The repeated use of the word we ______ reinforces the strength and power of the United Nations.

strike
Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster below it.

Fortunately, there are only a few Americans who place appetite above patriotism. The overwhelming majority realize that the food we send abroad is for essential military purposes, for our own and Allied fighting forces, and for necessary help in areas that we occupy.

Which is a difference between the speech and the poster?

NOT!!!!! The speech focuses on both making contributions at home and sending food abroad, but the poster does not.
Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address.

Fortunately, there are only a few Americans who place appetite above patriotism. The overwhelming majority realize that the food we send abroad is for essential military purposes, for our own and Allied fighting forces, and for necessary help in areas that we occupy.

How does the phrase “appetite above patriotism” help Roosevelt achieve his purpose?

NOT!!!!!! It angers the public into action by implying that most people are selfish.
What is the effect of the rhetorical language that appears in this poster?NOT!!!!! “Early stopping will make a late victory” suggests that giving up hope too soon in the war will lead to defeat.
Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster below it.

Fortunately, there are only a few Americans who place appetite above patriotism. The overwhelming majority realize that the food we send abroad is for essential military purposes, for our own and Allied fighting forces, and for necessary help in areas that we occupy.

Both the speech and the poster convey the importance of

NOT!!!!!!! displaying patriotism in all facets of one’s daily life.
The contrast of the white print on the red background is most designed tocapture attention