The research I used was mostly from personal experience with my daughter’s condition as well as information I researched online. I feel like I used a lot of information and my classmates got a lot from it also. 2. Organization:
I attempted to keep my presentation organized in a way that I could convey my speech both in a emotional and informative way. I used somewhat of a chronological order when It came to explaining the events in my daughter’s life but I do feel that I lacked a bit in organization. 3. Introduction:
The attention getter I used was just me talking about why each one of us was taking the time to talk about something were passionate about and how my choice was a bit different than many others my age. I believe it was effective in setting the tone for the presentation. I did present the main points of speech but it wasn’t until after I introduced the subject. 4. Body:
I feel l presented the information in a logical way and was able to keep everything together with the thesis. Since the topic of my speech/presentation was about my daughter, my original fear was to lose track into another subject since I felt I could talk forever about her. I did narrow it down to the main points keeping everything relevant to the thesis. 5. Conclusion:
I closed my presentation with the title of my speech which was, “A little light shines a long way”. I felt it conveyed an important message of never giving up and persevering in life, which is relatable in many situations to many people. I ended my speech with a short video and my final words to review what was said during the entire speech, so it was clear that my presentation was over. 6. Transitions:
I used transitions mostly when I was transitioning between ideas during my speech. I tried to firstly start with the idea of the subject and then introduce it completely. Although I did feel my transitions were a bit rough, it...
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