Persuasive Speeches/High School Graduation

June 1, 2010 at 11:00 pm Leave a comment

The persuasive speeches are all done! 🙂 I found them to entertaining as all the others, but I also thought that the persuasive was the most difficult to put together. I think the reason for this for me was that my original topic was going to be a weird one to try and persuade. I felt that it would be boring to try with that so I changed it and I was very happy with the results. I love making people laugh, so I thought I’d put that to good use with my stories, wording, and structure in this speech.

Aside from cutting my fingers with a knife, glass, and paper, I graduated from North Adams High School Saturday. I don’t feel any different since graduating, but it is a bit sad thinking that I won’t see most of the people in my class for a long, long time. But then again, it isn’t like I saw them everyday for the past two years anyway since I went to Southern State with most of my friends and the rest of them went to the Career and Technical Center. Ah well, I graduate from Southern State next Friday and I’ll be glad to be done with school for 2 months and then start at Shawnee :). Until next time.

Clayton Johnson


Entry filed under: Persuasive Speech, public speaking, Reflecting on Experience, Uncategorized.

A Good Conclusion to a fun quarter in Speech Class The End is here:(

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