I interviewed some people. My host mother is my first interviewee. She speaks in public about once a month. She likes everyone else, feels nervous and fidgety. Before she go on stage, she feels the body heat and face redden, so she is used to have a paper and pen in front of her and keeps writing some letters. She also has some ideas on the issue about how to deal with stage fright. When she is speaking, she doesn’t look at audience particular or stare at their eyes. It’s better to put eyes level focus on the back of the audience. And she likes starting her speech with a joke in order to create a comfortable atmosphere. She recommends that rehearsing the speech in front of an audience and then asking for honest feedback not only improves the speech but also makes us a more confident presenter. Note is necessary for a beginning speaker, not everyone can clearly remember all the content of speech when they are nervous. And thinking people is our family can make us feel more close to the audience. My host mother thinks she has changed with more experiences. Specially though her church activities, she has more chances to be able to speak more with others. At the same time, she also served as a volunteer, assisting people promotes her ability to communicate. Therefore, she becomes more confident rather than having stage fright.
Another person I interviewed is my father. He usually has a speech twice a week. Before he works, he was unable to make a speech as freely as now. He perspires a lot and walks back and forth before the speech starts. He also told me that even sometimes he forgets something need to