My first reading!

February 3, 2011 at 6:39 pm Leave a comment

I survived my first reading!! The other day in class, I read the lyrics to “I’m Movin’ on” by Rascal Flatts. I felt that my choice had a great message on life. My biggest problem wasn’t so much that I was nervous as it was being sick 😦 . I tried my hardest but I found that it was impossible not to show I was sick seeing as how I hardly had a voice.  I also learned I need to look up more, but I think once I am giving a speech I’m not reading it will be much easier to make more eye contact with my audience. I am very anxious to see how I do on my next few speeches. I do dread writing my own, it is so much easier reading something that someone else wrote, but I know I can do it with a little practice. Over all, I think I did well but I definitely know I need to work on a few things.

Thank you fellow classmates and Candee for your constructive criticism, and support. 🙂

Melissa

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Entry filed under: Public Reading, public speaking, Public Speaking Delivery, Public Speaking Evaluation, Reflecting on Experience, Uncategorized.

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