Unformatted text preview: had become credible to the audience because it was obvious he did a certain amount of research to prepare for his speech. By this action, it was clear that Sterling cared enough for his topic, so we as the audience should care enough to listen to him. Another aspect of public speaking Chris needs to work on is eye contact. Especially with this speech, his eye contact was not horrible. But I would be more interested in really listening to what he had to say if he had demanded the audience’s attention more with his eye contact. One thing good about the entire speech was that by the end, I had fully understood the message from it. I knew what the topic was and Chris described certain ways to act upon a problem that he stated. In this case, I believe Sterling used the problem-solution method for the delivery of his entire speech....
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- Fall '10
- Rhetoric, eye contact, Chris Sterling