Demonstrative Speech Evaluation Memo.docx

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Memorandum Memorandum To: Karen Westergaard, & Abby Fenhaus From: Banks, Justin J. Date: 3/15/17 Re: Speech Evaluation Content The main point to the Presentation was to basically calculate “Macros”, but it was heavily implied that what you were presenting is how to eat healthy. Having a sample to calculate the math parts was a good idea, which is basically what you used Bill for in your PowerPoint. I thought it was a good presentation, because since I am trying to gain weight myself, the speech on nutrition showed a great way to help count my carbs. Organization Intro – You had a good idea start by asking people to “raise their hands” if they knew what Macros were. Generally, the most important part of the introduction is to hook the audience and give an insight to what you’ll be talking about Body – The PowerPoint was a good tool for organization, especially when talking about the different parts of calculating Macros such as proteins, carbs, and fats.
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