Demonstration Speech.. Short, sweet and to the point!

June 2, 2011 at 8:11 am 1 comment

Last week, I gave my demonstrative speech… It was about how to make cupcakes. Short, sweet and simple.

I let my nerves get the best of me and totally lost my train of thought. So I improvised, I added stuff about me. To be honest, I am a good cook and baker. I just tend to forget the little things, like to not get egg shells in the batter. But that is okay. Cause from speech I learned that it is okay to not be perfect.

This is a lesson I really needed to learn for my life. I always put my expectations so high that it is almost unreachable. So for that I am thankful for this class. It made me understand that it is okay to make mistakes.

I would also like to thank Candee for helping me realize this and that it is okay to be nervous. You are going to be greatly missed. 🙂

-Hannah Z

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Entry filed under: By Hannah, confidence & public speaking, Demonstration Speech, Experience & public speaking, public speaking, Reflecting on Experience, Uncategorized.

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  • 1. mcclain6228  |  June 5, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Even though I missed it I’m sure you did great!! Good luck with the rest of your schooling and your future career. You will be great at whatever you do. Thanks for letting me do our last speech together.

    Annie

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