Watch the model speech (Links to an external site.) by Raymond Wang. As you watch, look for and take notes on the general speech standards and specific audience analysis download.

    November 5, 2022

DQ1 In this discussion, you will complete a video response activity.
Watch the model speech (Links to an external site.) by Raymond Wang. As you watch, look for and take notes on the general speech standards and specific audience analysis  download.
Now record your video reply (maximum of 5 minutes) stating your observations on the standards. Remember that this is a speech course, so practice the general speaking guidelines you have reviewed thus far in the class while recording your reply. Your audience is your classmates and instructor.
 
Upload your recorded video response here by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m.
 
View at least two of your peers’ video responses and rate them using this worksheet  download. The ratings worksheets with feedback must be completed and uploaded here as replies to your peers by Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
 
Recording, Uploading, and Submitting
 
Videos can be recorded using any software or tool, but all videos are required to be uploaded to My Panopto Videos for submission.
 
You can also use the Panopto Desktop Recording tool to create your video.
 
For detailed instructions on using Panopto, see Getting Started with Panopto in the Course Resources module.
 
DQ2 In this discussion, you will review at least two of your classmates’ Self-Introduction speeches.
 
Post the Self-Introduction speech you submitted last week.
 
Watch and comment on at least 2 of your classmates’ speeches. Focus on these general speech standards:
 
Do you think the speaker considered his/her audience?
 
Was the Speech Communication Process successful?
 
Did the speaker focus and develop his her topic?
 
Did the speech have a clear introduction, body, and conclusion?
 
Did the speaker make eye contact with the audience?
 
Did the speaker use an extemporaneous speaking style?
 
Did the speaker vary his/her tone of voice as appropriate, speak loudly enough and pace him/herself well?
 
Did the speaker maintain an alert posture throughout the delivery and use natural gestures?
 
Did the speaker avoid distracting mannerisms?

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