What are you famous for doing? After your one minute of fame speech, reflect on it below. Write one well-written and thought-out paragraph. Use complete sentences and correct grammar. Upper classmen should be writing paragraphs with compound and complex sentences that are a minimum of six sentences long. Things to consider (you do not need to include all of them)
- eye contact
- audience feedback
- speaking rate (too fast? too slow? too many pauses?)
- gestures (Did you do any?)
- poise and presence
- introduction and conclusion
- facial expressions
- The actual trick, talent, or gift you shared--would you do that again or pick something else?
What went well? What do you need to work on for the next speech? Be as specific as possible!
In addition, leave feedback for at least two students. Feedback should be specific and original.