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Unformatted text preview: Sam Seider Peer Assessment Ca100-028 10/22/07 Informative Speech Peer Assessment Being able to see things through a different perspective is a unique ability. This different perspective, which we are seldom able to see by ourselves, can open a persons mind to new ideas that he or she never imagined, and also facilitate positive change in their actions. This view on unique perspectives holds true when applied to public speaking. Being peer reviewed allows a person to read what other people think of their public speaking abilities. In this specific case, Chris Hooker will get to read what I think of his public speaking abilities. My peer assessment will show Chris that I feel he has many strong positive public speaking qualities and also that he has some areas to work on. My assessment will also attempt to give Chris some pointers on how to improve on his next speech. Chris gave his speech on the topic of pollution in Beijing. His introduction was incredibly strong and he established credibility with the audience when he referenced that he lived in China...
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- Fall '07