Bean dip.

March 14, 2011 at 8:38 pm 1 comment

The demonstration speeches were soo much fun! Everyone in the class got the chance to see what their classmates are able to do. It was also great to be in class and be able to eat food! By doing this speech I was taught some of the many things that people in my class like to do! I didn’t know that we had someone in our class who sells Mary Kay, someone who could cut hair, someone who could tie dye shirts and, that a lot of people like to make food! It really was a fun experience and it helped open my eyes to the many different things in the class that people like to do.

I learned that I need to talk more while I am giving demonstration speeches. I did not talk much so, that could have lowered my grade. I also learned that you need a bowl to mix sour cream and the taco seasoning!

Jeanna.

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Entry filed under: Demonstration Speech, Public Speaking Delivery, Reflecting on Experience, Speech Topics, Uncategorized.

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  • 1. colecj  |  March 14, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    Pretty much you can’t go wrong with anything involving food, however this was an exceptional experience with everyone in the class having a friendly understanding time as other’s tried their best to demonstrate something they enjoyed. overall it is one of my favorite school memories as a whole. Good bean dip too!!!

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