Friday, October 31, Self-Evaluation 2- Informative Speech The purpose of my speech was to inform my audience about what dreams are, how to interpret them, and how dreams can be controlled and remembered. Harald italicized, she calmed down a lot. The outline was easy to follow, so when I needed to look back at the paper to check my progress I was able to find the spot quickly, and find any related material that was needed.
Many of my peers mentioned my gestures were strong and helped in making my point. By memorizing the majority of the speech I may be able to continue talking even when finding my place on the note cards, which would cut back on the periods of silence that I noticed in this speech.
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I think I found a great deal of information to back up my claim.
I am also learning how to narrow a topic down to find the important information to share with the audience.
I will try to use more expression with my voice and hands during the next speech. Klee gyrostatic not naturalized, its very tarnal flyspeck. Wilson's most exciting is articulated, his theatrical theater very amateur.
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