channeling her message. She maintained good eye contact during her message maintained confident facial expressions and posture during the messaging of her speech. The receiver was myself, I thoroughly enjoyed her speech the way she delivered it flowing from her background to why the Chief created the Syllabary to the implementation of the Syllabary within the Cherokee tribe. Noise throughout her speech was not on her end but rather mine I currently have seven children running around my house (two are mine) creating a number of noises I had to replay it four times but eventually I did grasp the entirety of the speech nothing the speaker could affect. Feedback I would give for this speech is possibly have visual aids I am very curious to see what thesyllabary looks like and possible what a few examples are. She did give a few examples one being Chattanooga which did give me a visual in my mine, but I still do not know what the syllabary is.
Lastly context I watched her speech in my office while I had seven screaming little girls in the other room the distractions were inevitable. The speaker applied her speech to the audience by vocalizing her message with que cards. She spoke thoroughly about the message and covered her message from the background of the developer why the developer wanted to develop the topic of the speaker’s discussion and how it was implemented. Shegave the audience who never heard of the syllabary a thorough understanding of the background of it and its creator.The speaker delivered a well-organized speech on a subject that can be controversial to the native culture. Her hard work and dedication to the historical side of the subject of her speech spoke volume. She also displayed a great deal of confidence while delivering it. Her excellent eye contact and choice of words were evident through out the message process of her speech. Her volume of her voice was not to high to make me want to feel like she is yelling at me or not to soft to make me ask her to speak up.