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Published on July 19, 2007

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Public Speaking 2007

Public Speaking 2007 During Term 1 2007 I made several impromptu speeches An impromptu speech is where you are given a topic & then 5 minutes to prepare the speech on that topic I planned my speeches by Thinking of four ideas related to the topic Jotting down some points about each idea Putting these points on palm cards to use as a guide as I said my speech to the class My Speech was videoed & I had to try to: Look at the camera while saying my speech Use a loud clear voice so the audience can hear & understand Use expression to keep the audience interested

During Term 1 2007 I made several impromptu speeches

An impromptu speech is where you are given a topic & then 5 minutes to prepare the speech on that topic

I planned my speeches by

Thinking of four ideas related to the topic

Jotting down some points about each idea

Putting these points on palm cards to use as a guide as I said my speech to the class

My Speech was videoed & I had to try to:

Look at the camera while saying my speech

Use a loud clear voice so the audience can hear & understand

Use expression to keep the audience interested

Public Speaking 2007 To see & hear my speeches click on the links below FRIENDS Computers What did you think? How would you score me on the table below? A confident & clear speech easily heard & lots of eye contact The entire speech was very interesting Excellent work I was interested in most of the speech A good effort Looked at the camera a little but many words not clear. I was interested in parts of the speech A basic effort No eye contact & couldn’t hear or understand the speech The speech did not interest me at all Needs To Improve Delivery (How I said it) Content (What I said)

To see & hear my speeches click on the links below

FRIENDS

Computers

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