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Self-Introduction Speech Self-Assessment Form Name: Kylee Cronrath Date: 5/18/2010 Directions: As you complete this assignment, reflect on your skills as a speaker and how you might continue to improve your skills. First, fill out the grid immediately after class – what are your strong points in both content and delivery, and what can you improve in both content and delivery? Then provide thoughtful answers to the questions below. Strong Improve Content 3 part framework Stating thesis Coming full circle Transitions Including audience Elaborating on ideas Delivery Time Rolling with the punches Adding non-written content to speech Being clear on purpose Eye contact Nonverbal communication Transitions Talking too fast 1
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Questions: 1. What are your top three strengths as a speaker? To what do you attribute your success? I would say my top three strengths are being able to role with the punches as they come, getting all of what I wanted to say stated in the time frame, and being clear on my
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course COMM 231 taught by Professor Erinmcclellan during the Summer '10 term at Boise State.

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