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Homework Help: public speaking

Posted by yoany on Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 2:56pm.

I dont know if i can post what i have done so far but i wanted someone to point me in the right direction..

I will critically evaluate every aspect of the speech that the President made especially his delivery, audience, movements, eye contact, posture, diction, tone, and message.
From the beginning, President Barack Obama had a serious face which clearly projected how serious and important his speech was. The presidentís speech was organized even though the audience was impatient and continuously interrupting. I felt that his speech transitioned from one subject to the other smoothly. This made the audience understand his point and the message.

The message was coherent and clear mainly because it painted a clear picture as to where and how he wants to lead us. This speech had many proposals for job creation and federal deficit reduction.
The tone was pretty much the same throughout the speech even though he tried to put in a joke a two. I believe thatís because of the seriousness of the matter the speech was mono.
My observation throughout the speech was that the presidents maintained proper eye contact while I was watching him on TV. His posture was that of a professional. His posture was straight and he moved from side to side behind the podium. The audience was attentive and some what inpatient.

Over all President Obama is the best speaker that I have heard. He can have you listen for hours.

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