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Speech 101

by: Jacob H. Routzong
Jacob H. Routzong
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Fundamental Public Speaking
Shatangi Lane
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jacob H. Routzong on Wednesday March 2, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SPH107 at George C Wallace Community College - Dothan taught by Shatangi Lane in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see Fundamental Public Speaking in Speech at George C Wallace Community College - Dothan.


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Date Created: 03/02/16
Jacob Routzong February 18, 2016 SPH 107 Ms. Lane Brown Bag Reflection Journal I feel like I did a good job with my first speech. At first I was going to talk about sports and cars, then I changed my mind and decided to talk about things I hold closer to heart such as golf, arrowheads, and the Bible. I haven’t spoken to a group of 30 in a good while, so when I first go up to the front of the classroom it was a bit odd seeing so many new and different faces. I asked everyone how they were doing that day, and continued on with my speech. I felt like I had good content and delivered a good message. Next time, I specifically focus on getting my speech done in the time limit that I have. My first speech, it lasted 14 minutes and 52 seconds. I will have to cut short of just 5 minutes. Maybe when I have physical items to show to the class I’ll pass them around so everyone can get a good look and feel of the objects. Also, I’ll make better eye contact and make the audience feel more related to what I have to say. Finally, I’ll make better conclusions to wrap up everything I’ve brought to their attention that day. My biggest fear about giving my next speech is to not be able to reach everyone in the audience the way I want to. I feel like if I’m using my time to make and deliver these speeches, everyone in the room should be gaining some sort of knowledge and understanding of what I have to say and show to them that day. I feel as if the only way I can combat this, is to read more into my Public Speaking book about ways that I can help my audience understand and enjoy what I’m speaking to them about that day. One thing that will make the biggest difference for me in the preparation and presentation of my next speech is the use of research. I actually get to read and study into exactly what I’m speaking about, versus me just speaking my God-given knowledge on the topic. I’ve learned many great ways to research different topics and get creditable citations for them also. Hopefully I’ll be able to use a PowerPoint to present my presentation on relations between the United States and Iran.


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