This is a problem because it's distracting instead of emphasizing what I was saying. Like last time, I'm very hard on myself about how I do, but this time I really feel I didn't do even close to a good enough job. The only things I can mention are good eye contact, and I had volume. There was clarity to the speech about what we were trying to share, but my problem areas took away from that clarity. I can't say it's changed from the last speech but I know that in years before I used to be really quiet.
My voice mail allows callers to leave a message if I cannot answer the phone when they call. Sometimes it is easier to reach another person by sending a text message. I find this very useful if I have a quick question to ask. My iPhone also allows me to send unlimited texts to anyone using an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This makes it easier for me to communicate with my friends and family more frequently.
After viewing my performance I was able to constructively criticise my teaching methods and noted the following: * During my routine I leant my upper body forward as I thought it allowed me to get closer to the participants; however after viewing, I quickly realised it made me look constipated and certainly was not good for my posture. I plan to improve this by NOT leaning forward and maintaining great form throughout the class. I will also use more verbal and non-verbal cues and loads of positive energy to connect and feel closer to the participants. * I tended to use the same words over and over which got really boring really quickly. To improve this, I will broaden my aerobic instructing vocabulary, and make sure my word choices are relatable to both the exercise and participants.
In this course of studies I have learn the fundamentals of the communication process and applies them to personal and workplace relationships. I understand the elements of communication, Human Communication, Self Perception Communication Language, Listening, and Nonverbal Communication. Working in groups and communication with each other and solving problems in groups. Communication is a great course to take because I was real shy in front of an audience, but now I am a lot more comfortable. So this class really helps me out and opens my speech out a lot better.
Self- evaluation of informative speech Four keys to listenability are: strategy, structure, support and style. I did this evaluation based these keys. Strengths: a. I find that I was good at establishing credibility with solid documentation. I used sufficient support to back up my main arguments. b. I choose topics I’m interested in so I can have enthusiasm both when doing research for my speech and when delivering speech.
Getting married at a young age has helped me not only mature in grow in different aspects of my life but, it has also helped me set higher goals and expectations to better mine and my family’s future. My family constantly keeps me motivated; and seeing the sacrifices that my husband makes being in the military, has opened my eyes to return to school and to help him provide for our family, so we could all have a better future. I believe the thrive I have for education is very similar to the character “Chris” in the book. “there’s a goal out there and I can glimpse it. I am committed to reach it.” My vision of education is very similar to his.
I can take them anywhere with me and access the internet on both of these devices. I found it really useful when my son was playing football because I could do my homework while he practiced. I use my cell phone all the time. I like my cell phone because I can make a call in the case of an emergency. I take a lot of picture using my cell phone.
As a speaker, everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses in public speaking. For many people, having difficulty in researching the topics, identifying the audiences or conveying the message may be their main problems. But for me, finding the ideas, using the correct vocabulary and being more confident are three primary aspects of speechmaking that I most want to improve. Today, I am going to share with you about my major problems and how I can handle them. The first problem I would like to talk about is that I really get stuck at finding the ideas for my speech.
“Leaders are pioneers, people who are will to step out into the unknown.” I agree with Warren Bennis “leaders learn by leading, and they learn best by leading in the face obstacles.” The experience of leading a group through a project or task provides the leader with a list of do’s and don’ts for the future. I recently completed my first Six Sigma project and I learned many things from it, things that I will take
Use of Internet in Education The fast and relatively low-cost access is one of the major benefits of Internet to people and students all over the world as getting an Internet connection is easy. Communication and information are the two most important uses of the Internet. Secondly, information can be updated or modified at any time and for any number of times, which helps in learning and better understanding. Easy Contact As mentioned above, communication is one of the biggest advantages of the Internet in education. Students can contact other students or their teachers via the E-mail if they have queries about any information.