Weekly Essay 8

Weekly Essay 8 - source and not at least two is not sufficient enough Right in the beginning of her speech she needs to keep the attention up in

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Stephanie Smith Professor Zeytinoglu Speech Communication March 16, 2008 Weekly Essay #8 Issues in Communication 12 Sally’s speech had an abundance of information but I would agree with her classmates that her speech is biased. Her audience needs to know both sides not just one. Sally’s speech should have given a more rounded idea to nutrition in general. Stating things from the Professor she talked to and also from the opposite side of why companies use dye in there food. Sally should have went to a big food company and talked to them about there products. Try to understand where they are coming from on why they put dye in there foods. She needed more information on the just dying process and not just the bad side effects of them. In her research of nutrition she should have establish her qualifications which is the fourth function of an introduction to describe any special qualifications she has or that her experts she has interviewed (Pearson et al 309). She basically needed to beef up her credibility. Just having one
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Unformatted text preview: source and not at least two is not sufficient enough. Right in the beginning of her speech she needs to keep the attention up in the class and also her credibility. Like I had said before she should have interviewed other people from both sides of the argument. Doing that would have made her audience like her speech more and maybe even improve her grade. Sally could have used actual presenting materials such as a power-point or handouts for the class. Using a power-point presentation keeps you interested and wanting to know more. Sally also could have props she could have brought in products that have not been dyed yet to show what they truly look like before they are dyed. Then she could have brought in actual dye that companies would use. Works Cited Pearson, Judy, Paul Nelson, Scott Titsworth, and Lynn Harter. Human Communication . 3rd ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2008....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course CMST 111 taught by Professor Cemzeytinoglu during the Spring '08 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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Weekly Essay 8 - source and not at least two is not sufficient enough Right in the beginning of her speech she needs to keep the attention up in

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