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Unformatted text preview: Another aspect I need to work on is my transitions throughout the speech. They help build the structure and make it easier for an audience to comprehend and not be confused. Also, the transitions between my examples and my thesis were not very perceptible; I could have connected the two together more seamlessly. Several classmates suggested I insert the phrase “in conclusion” to signify that the speech is coming to an end. A positive about the delivery of my speech was my eye-contact and well usage of the space. Since there was just so much open floor between me and my audience, I felt obligated to walk around a little bit to eliminate the awkwardness of the large distance. Some constructive feedback was that I need to project my voice more, speak more clearly, and maybe also slow down a little bit. The nerves took over and I had to satisfy the need to keep looking down at my outline....
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- Fall '08
- Rhetoric, little bit, Dr. Steele