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Unformatted text preview: Michael Knutson I dont believe anyone truly likes the way they look or sound on camera and I am no exception to this generalization. I dont know if I am actually sounding the way it is played back to me or if it is some sort of distortion in technology can be blamed, but my tone seems nasally and flat. After watching the video of myself I really tried to practice changing pitch, especially when emphasizing a point. I also noticed that my facial expressions didnt quite match the message I was trying to portray. I had never seen my face before during a speech, so I never knew how important your expression could be. In hindsight, the way you deliver your speech with expression and gestures is just as important as the content or topic of your speech. After watching the video, I practiced giving my speech in the mirror so that I could assure that my what my face was expressing matched what my voice was saying. While many of the expressions I gave were slightly off, I did do some good things with my face....
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- Spring '07