Journal 4 Part 2 - Michael Chenette Fundamentals of...

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Michael Chenette Fundamentals of Communication March 3, 2008 Malcolm X and Norma Rae These two speeches are both symbols on what a good speech is about. Even though there is no visual aid assisting each others speech, they are both on a topic that is very serious. In “Malcolm X,” Malcolm talks about his life on the streets, committing crimes and fighting the law. This is a very serious subject that can easily gain the attention of the audience. There is no need for a visual aid in this speech, except maybe to show a picture of Elijah Mohammed. Otherwise, his speech hit his audience hard. Because this topic is so extreme, there is very little that could be done to make this speech better. What he did alone was enough to make his audience interested and listen. His eye contact was good and he went though his thoughts at a good pace so that the audience was not bored, which kept their attention. In “Norma Rae,” Warshovsky talked about a topic that was also considered very
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Welsh during the Spring '08 term at Salisbury University.

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Journal 4 Part 2 - Michael Chenette Fundamentals of...

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