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The Devil’s Advocate
Most audience members form an opinion of a speaker during the first minute of his/her speech. But how do we determine what makes a speech good… or bad? Each week, we’ll look at an example of public speaking, and we’ll dissect it thoroughly. What did you like? What didn’t you like? Evaluate it multiple ways: watch the speaker’s mannerisms, gesturing, posture and eye contact. Watch a second time and critically analyze the conten (YouTube Video: Permission granted by Patricia Fripp, http://www.fripp.com/)
Please watch this short video, then share your thoughts and reactions in the discussion board.
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