Student Debt Crisis Speech Reflection

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The speaker did well on speaking clearly, made a good eye contact, and most importantly was he had a good transition throughout his speech. Firstly, he spoke very clearly through his speech because I can hear each of the single words that he spoke. It was important that the audience hear what he is talking about. Secondly, he made a good eye contact to the audience. He did not just focus on reading his note cards. He interact and made eye contact to the most of the audience. Lastly, I think in his speech, I can hear his speech was running smoothly. It tells me that he had a good transition throughout his speech.
The benefit that I got from this speech was that I got a better understand on the student debt crisis. I learned that loans once helped
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There are high tuition prices because of inflation, so that many students borrowed loans, but they cannot pay it back. There are twenty million student, but only seven million new job per year. The speaker did clearly establish the issue and he also provided the solution for the issue. The solutions for the issue were that student should plan for life after college, provided a large job market to help student to get a job after college, and start saving in order to pay back loans.
The speaker did good at his Attention Getter by showing a picture of Barack Obama. Everyone laughed because of the exaggerated face expression of Obama. I think he particularly put this picture to make his speech more enjoyable. I think he did a good job on it, so that his speech became more interesting. If the Attention Getter is interesting, so people will follow your speech.
The speaker also did good on the organization of his speech. He listed the main points and what he will be talking about at the power point and explained it one by one. He got a great transition during his speech. He knows what he is going to said next. He organized his power point well, so he can follow it as he was

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