My Informative Speech

October 27, 2010 at 6:56 pm Leave a comment

On October 25, 2010 I gave my informative speech in my speech class. At first I was very nervous because I didn’t have any notes to read from so all my information came from my brain.  This was not as big of a problem as I thought it would be because once I started talking I got very use to the faces of the audience and just like that I was not nervous anymore.  The topic of my speech was choosing the right seed to plant on your farm or even garden.  I chose this topic because I am very involved with buying seed for my farm. Choosing the right seed for a farm take knowledge of your soil, environment, growing season, and most important knowing the genetics of the seed.  I consider all of these facts when I’m choosing my seed.  I thought that I should inform my class on this topic for who knows, one day they might want to farm or just grow a garden to save money on food cost.

There where many other good speeches in my class a lot of them came from life experiences or something their family members have been through. There were topics that were very interesting and even taught me a thing or two.  I enjoyed listening to all of them.

Richard

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Entry filed under: informative speech, Listening, public speaking, Public Speaking Tips, Reflecting on Experience, Uncategorized.

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