How to Ace a Test

February 26, 2010 at 11:45 pm 2 comments

I conducted my informative speech on “How to Ace a Test”. Kind of a dry topic, but I tried my best to spice it up a bit. I truly hope no one found it too awfully boring (I organized my speech, and stuck to that). I find that while I am speaking, I attempt to relate to and engage everyone as much as possible. I felt like this one was really easy for me, even though I didn’t use any note cards AND moved about the front of the class ; ) I could tell the informative was also much easier for my fellow classmates-as we were speaking of issues and topics we all knew about. I am also finding (with two speeches under my belt lol!) that my confidence and voice do not fade when I step in front of the class. In the beginning of the quarter, I think they were simply playing a game. Like hide-n-seek. I just had to count to ten. Then re-find them! BTW, can’t wait for the persuasive…

~Heather K


Entry filed under: confidence & public speaking, Experience & public speaking, Group Communication, informative speech, My Voice.

Time is Flying By one more to go:)

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. sandietay  |  February 28, 2010 at 8:16 am

    I really enjoyed your speech I know I will use your information you gave from now on,It was wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 2. cody19  |  March 1, 2010 at 11:33 am

    Yea, the speech sounds very interesting. I wish I could pass every test with a A.


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