Compare and Contrast Assignment 2009

Compare and Contrast Assignment 2009 - COMPARE AND CONTRAST...

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COMPARE AND CONTRAST SELF EVALUATION – FIRST AND LAST SPEECH ASSIGNMENT In this evaluation you will provide a comparison of your first speech and last speech. Please review all elements of the speech process beginning with the introduction and commenting on each section in the order specified, just as you have done in past evaluations. By now you should be very familiar with the necessary components of a successful presentation. This is your opportunity to recognize your progress! Again, as you review your video tapes, please try to view the presentations as if you are a member of the audience. Don’t grade yourself based on how much effort you believe you made. Instead, evaluate the progress you have made and whether or not an audience would find your presentations interesting. INTRODUCTION (5): What method did you use to gain the attention of the audience in your first speech? Your last speech? In my first speech, I used the quote to gain the attention of the audience. Last speech, I opened with a question. Which method was more effective and why? I think both of them were effective. What did you say to connect the audience to you and your topic - or to make the topic relevant? I used the same method in my first and last speech, I say about things that many people had
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course SPC 1600 taught by Professor Dusseau during the Spring '07 term at Valencia.

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