Chocolate Chip Cookies…YUMMY

October 25, 2010 at 8:20 pm 1 comment

Speech class is so much fun. I am learning so much about the proper ways of giving a speech.  I love my class and my classmates.  I gave my second speech in class today about Chocolate Chip Cookies. My speech covered three main points. My three main points were the history of chocolate chip cookies, the way to make chocolate chip cookies, and why chocolate can be good for you.  I really had a lot of fun giving my speech, at the end of my speech I surprised my class by giving everyone two chocolate chip cookies.  I really hope the class enjoyed my speech, because I know I enjoyed giving it.

Kayla

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Entry filed under: confidence & public speaking, Experience & public speaking, Finding Your Voice, Group Communication, informative speech, public speaking, Public Speaking Delivery, Reflecting on Experience.

Ok ! I get it! Enjoyment

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  • 1. brat6325  |  October 27, 2010 at 11:35 am

    loved the speech! and the cookies were really good!

    Reply

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