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Reaquila Scrive 3.25/2018 SPC-205-20 Informative speech analysis Joye Locke Part I The overall effect of my speech was getting my audience attention for them to listen about me informing them about “student stress”. Looking at my audience I did not see too much of my audience’s responses to my speech but, I did notice them paying attention to what I had to say. What stood out about my speech that was positive was the fact that I know my audience can relate to stress and that me informing them of some simple techniques that could help them relieve some of the stress that they are dealing with. From my first speech I hoped to improve on time management and my delivery to my audience to name a few. I think I did well on the time management part. I do think my speech fit my audience because, my audience is mostly high school students and students who are freshly out of high school. My speech is for all ages but, I was informing mostly on student stress, so therefore my speech was perfect for my audience. Part II I did get the audience attention at the start by my perfect attention getter. My attention getter was relevant to my topic because, I gave an example of stress and give my audience some real feeling of
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actual stress. My introduction did give a reason to listen because, we as humans and young adults we all
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  • Summer '16
  • Joy Locke
  • Audience theory, Joye Locke, Reaquila Scrive

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