5 both speakers are performing their first speeches and they are very reverse, but still deliver a great introduction to their speeches. In, My Eye on the World, I did not really see an attention grabber. She goes straight into explaining her photography and how it shows her views on the world around her.
The audience can immediately see that her speech is going to be about the photos she takes and how each photo and each angle tells you a little about her life, and the way she sees things.In, The Rare Phobia, this woman begins with shocking statistics explaining how many different phobias exist. She continues to tell her own personal story about re fear of baseballs.
At this point, she defiantly has everyone’s attention In the room with such a shocking phobia. She goes on to provide examples of how severe her phobia Is, that she cannot even hold a baseball without that Intense fear. On Disc two In speech one, A Heart Worn on My Hand, this woman starts her speech by getting the curiosity of the audience.At first, you are wondering what she is leading up to, then she starts to talk about her love for softball and how you can tell so much about her by her glove.
She uses the glove through her speech, which Is great visual technique, to keep the attention In the room. She spoke very well and had excellent eye contact. I feel that she did a great Job with this speech. She seemed very comfortable and happy while specking. This speech was a very unique way to Introduce your self.
In speech number 5, Steady and True, a student Is Introducing a classmate.He grabs the audience by telling a story about this classmate. He starts by talking about the lane dividers In a highway and how this classmate keeps her life right In the middle, Like these lane dividers. He continues to explain her Interests, education, Emily background, and future plans.
I know that his specific purpose was to Introduce his classmate, but I was a little unsure about what his central Idea was. He Jumps around a lot giving a whole lot of Information about this girl.However, I do believe that he still gave a good speech and had very good eye contact and voice quality. Disk 1 and 2 Comments By margarine her fear of baseballs. At this point, she defiantly has everyone’s attention in the room phobia is, that she cannot even hold a baseball without that intense fear. On Disc two in speech one, A Heart Worn on My Hand, this woman starts her ell so much about her by her glove.
She uses the glove through her speech, which is a great visual technique, to keep the attention in the room.She spoke very well and introduce your self. In speech number 5, Steady and True, a student is introducing a classmate. He the lane dividers in a highway and how this classmate keeps her life right in the middle, like these lane dividers.
He continues to explain her interests, education, introduce his classmate, but I was a little unsure about what his central idea was. He jumps around a lot giving a whole lot of information about this girl. However, I do