This song reminds me of you.
This song reminds me of you.
Two and a half years later, I still have it.
To my girlfriend,
Your’e the most amazing, perfect, astonishing, breathtaking, adorable, cute, sexy, funny, sweet, caring, intelligent, fascinating girl I have ever known.
I love you more and more everyday.
ps. Text me :-)
Final Post Organization – I have always seen myself as an organized person in general, especially when it comes to school. So when it comes to speech I would have to say not much has changed. If I had to choose one thing that I have learned due to the organization process would be my outlook towards the Monroe’s Motivated Sequence. This sequence seems to work flawlessly when it comes to infomercials, mainly because infomercials needs a way to catch the audiences’ attention fast and keep them interested. So I feel that this organized theory works well and it is an organizational tool that I will never forget, if I ever need to shoot another infomercial. Delivery – My delivery I think has developed just a little throughout the semester. I have never been great at public speaking and I plan to avoid it as much as possible. When I give a speech I think I use my voice really well. I tend to hear myself pronounce and articulate words well. I think the tone and pitch of my voice is spot on, not too loud and overwhelming, too soft and unheard. I think I could work on eye contact a lot more. I find myself looking at the same people over and over, or not looking at them at all. I honestly have no idea how to correct this, but maybe if I remembered my speech a little better I would not make the excuse to look at my notes to avoid eye contact. Audience Analysis – When you have a diverse group of students that you do not know very well, it becomes more difficult to pick a topic that needs to focus on everyone. It would be a lot different if you, the speaker, goes into a speech where you know who your audience is. If they are there to listen to you, then they would most likely have some point of view or another about what you are speaking about. I think this is why I was more nervous about the persuasive speech since I did not know if any of the students even cared about what I was talking about. Persuasive Appeal – I think our infomercial and persuasive speech are the two which were focused on, well, persuasion. The infomercial was us trying to get the audience to believe in a problem that we all have (common ground) and then try and persuade the audience to buy this product. I think Midus the Mighty would sell since it turns any everyday object into gold. Everyone could always use more gold. For the persuasive speech, once again, was a little more difficult to appeal to the audience since you have no background on other students. The only thing you know about the audience is that they are students who attend Ball State, so it becomes a challenge. Language – This is somewhere I definitely need to improve on. That is all I have to say about that. Overall Effectiveness – I am not really sure if my persuasive speech was effective or not. I think a few of my cited points were a little vague and I did not really expand on them as much as I could. I believe the points I made would have been more effective if I took a little more time and effort into structuring the speech. I could work on how I use my transactions into different parts on the speech and develop my paragraphs a little more clearly.