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Week 5 In my opinion, the good part of my informative presentation is my body language and the fluency of my speech. I made eye connect with my audiences and use body language to describe certain parts to make my presentation more vivid. For example, when I introduce the benefits of nutrients, I point the part of my body to show my audiences that how different nutrients are good for my health. The part I could do better is I should improve the pronunciation of my English to make the speech clearer. Also, I did not do a good job at the question part, I feel like the way I answer the question is messed up. I just said whatever in my thought at that time, but I did not put the answer in a good order. So, it may make my audiences feel a bit confused. Therefore, I should not only do more research for the question part next time, but also practice my orderliness. Through my presentation, I think my audiences
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