What does it mean to deliver a speech that is extemporaneous and conversational in delivery style? How is extemporaneous speaking different from memorizing a whole speech or reading a speech verbatim, word for word, in front of a camera?
Reading a speech verbatim tends to make the audience become bored and stop listening. Additionally, a speech that is read word for word usually does not earn a high grade when compared to an extemporaneously delivered speech. Why do think both of these statements are true in this class?
What will it take for you to not read your speech verbatim and deliver extemporaneous speeches in this class?
(This question can be answered in 1-2 sentences, or longer if you prefer). You are encouraged to record your speeches in whatever setting works for you (in any room, outside, or even in a car). Due to shelter in place, many of us are doing the best we can in shared spaces and with reduced options for privacy. Where would you feel most comfortable recording your speeches for this class?
If needed here is a video to explain,
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