Unformatted text preview: Restate the main points Make a dramatic statement Challenge the audience End with a quotation Refer to the introduction Call for action 8. Record your observations about the speaker's voice, including volume, pitch, rate, pauses, vocal variety, pronunciation, and articulation: 9. Record your observations about the speaker's physical action , including personal appearance, movement, gestures, and eye contact: 10. Evaluate the speaker's overall delivery , explaining how it added to or detracted from the message: 11. Explain at least two things the speaker did in the speech—in terms of content or delivery—that you might want to do (or to avoid) in your next speech....
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course COMM 105 taught by Professor Bova during the Fall '10 term at Columbus State Community College.
- Fall '10