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1.What was the speaker’s specific purpose, as you understood it?2.What was the speaker’s central idea, as you understood it?3.Who was her target audience?4.What did the speaker do to adapt to the audience and the occasion?5.What organizational pattern did the speaker use for his/her main points?6.What parts of a formal introduction did this speaker do? How did she accomplish this? (Gain attention, motivate the audience to listen, establish credibility, and preview the body).7.What was the most notable strength and weakness of the organization and content?
8.What were the most effective aspects of the speaker’s delivery?9.What were the weaknesses of the speaker’s delivery?10.Did the speaker use any visual aids? If so, were they used effectively? Did they help to get the message across more clearly? Explain.11.What evidence did the speaker offer to support his/her points?12.Overall, how would you evaluate the effectiveness of the speech?13.From this speaker, what did you learn that can help you improve your speeches?1. The speaker wants the audience to do things that we might not currently feel comfortable doing. If we have a story to tell, she wants us to tell it. She wants the audience to grow and
challenge ourselves as we tell our stories. But you have to take the first step to get to the growth part.2. Everybody has something interesting and unique to give to the world. 3. It seems like her target audience is people who are afraid to say something. It is for people who have something interesting to talk about, or something they really want to do, but either lackthe confidence or believe that they aren't good enough to do so.