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Unformatted text preview: I also occasionally looked up, not too much, but enough for me to make note of it. I then turned the sound on, and visual off. I started off at a steady pace, but during times of higher energy, I spoke quicker than I wanted. I have had this habit for awhile, and it took a little away from my speech when I would clump words and dialogue together. I also tended to use the filler “um” near the beginning, but it disappeared as I got more comfortable into my speech. I would like to improve on my breathing, movement, and use of fillers. I learned that on my first speech, allowing me to breathe more would slow my speaking down. Also, I would like to learn how to move effectively, not distracting the audience, but to keep them entertained and alert. Lastly, eliminating any form of fillers will improve the eloquence and performance of future speeches....
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course COMS 102 taught by Professor Stauffer during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly.
- Winter '08