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Question 3: It has been discussed many times in class that the skills you get from a Public Speaking course will follow you for the rest of your life. What did you learn about yourself as a speaker? What type of public speaking is your strength? Which type is your weakness? How will you prepare for the future? Before I actually took Public Speaking course (another name of it is Oral Communication for International Student ), I considered it as a course designed only to improve our oral English. However, as soon as I got my first introductive speech topic, which was to Introduce Yourself , I began to worry about what I should talk about myself. Since I seldom express myself, and I even do not talk too much in front of the public, I really don’t know what I should talk about this topic. It is not that easy. Public Speaking appears to me at first is as easy as chatting with my friends and it has less relation with others. I watch TV programs, seeing many public speaking. The audiences are deeply influenced by the speaker’s emotional and logical words,
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ENG 3000 taught by Professor Fgh during the Spring '11 term at Prince George's Community College, Largo.

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Question 3 - Question 3: It has been discussed many times...

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