Who Cares Speech Reflection
For my attention step of my Who Cares speech, I used pictures of my hiking trip so it would be easier to relate to. In addition to making it easier to relate to, it made it easier to understand the concepts I was talking about and how pretty the trails were. I also asked them if they had ever been hiking in Oregon so the audience could have a direct link to my topic. This made it even more effortless to relate and find a connection because all of the class lives in Oregon. After establishing a connection I gave a little fun fact about how many trails there are in Oregon, so they would know that are is a lot of opportunities to go hiking where we live. I then gave them a short and clear preview of what I would be talking about in my speech and stated my thesis so that it would be easier to understand and follow. …show more content…
This gave the audience a direct link to my topic because most people have people have siblings or very close friends. I also clearly stated that my topic would be birth order so that the audience was aware that was what I was speaking about. I then gave them a short and clear preview of what I would be talking about in my speech. This made it easier to understand and follow the order of how I was going to present my topic.
My speech was well-organized because at the beginning of my speech I was very clear about the three things I was talking about. I did this by using words like first, second, and third. This made it clear what order they would go in and that they were different main points in my speech. In addition to making it clear what order my points went in, I made sure to use the same words to signal when I transitioned to a new point in the speech. This made it easier to follow and know when I was moving on to a new part of the