self evaluation

self evaluation - Were you clear in your theme? How would...

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Self-Evaluation Guidelines Spend some time reflecting on the videotape of your speech, and then write a 2-3 page ( typed, double-spaced, 1-inch margins, 12 point font ) reflective essay evaluating your presentation. Consider and address the following questions: Preparation – what did you do to prepare for this speech? What might you have done (or will try to do for the next speech) differently in order for a more effective speech? Introduction – how effective was your attention-getting strategy? How effective were you at establishing credibility? Body/content – although you were familiar with the content of your speech, your audience was only exposed to it for five to seven minutes.
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Unformatted text preview: Were you clear in your theme? How would you revise your speech so that you could improve it? What can you say about the organization of your speech? Were your ideas developed thoroughly? You might even consider looking at your strongest (or weakest) transition and stating why you think it was effective (or ineffective). Conclusion did you clearly summarize key points from your speech? Did you leave the audience with a lasting impression of the thesis of your speech? Delivery what were your strengths? What do you need to improve? Remember, it is not sufficient to focus your reflection entirely on the negatives or solely on delivery....
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