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COM 135 Informative Analysis

COM 135 Informative Analysis - Persuasive My biggest...

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Tom Hohman Com 135 U Prof Burke Speech of information analysis My video unfortunately did not upload again so I am doing this from memory. I think that the major thing I still need to work on is my flow. I think that this could be solved by doing more practice before hand. I also need to work on integrating my power point better. I think it went well but I was experimenting with a style that I am not sure worked. I also need to work on doing some more moving around with body language and perhaps even venturing a few steps away from where I started at. Overall I think it went much better than my first speech as I am becoming more comfortable with public speaking. The things I feel I did well were eye contact and speaking clearly.
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Unformatted text preview: Persuasive My biggest problem was timing. During my practice I worked on all of the parts except explaining PAG with the diagram. I was attempting to see how well I could performed impromptu on information that I already knew. I think that I did this well but I miscalculated the time it would take me to do so. I think that focusing more on the complicated parts of my topic would have also been of some benefit. During my presentation I found that some of the more complicated information was not broken down enough to be fully understandable. This could parallel to a complicated the business plan that I might be proposing someday. I am still working on finding a good way to flow as I speak which I still feel is my biggest problem....
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