Get feedback from your speech. Get feedback from your teacher. Most mentors would like to read several drafts of a speech and make suggestions for improvement.
You can also get feedback from family, friends, roommates, and classmates. They may not have as much advice as your mentor, but they can tell you if you say "um" or look down at your notes too often Whatever you do, use feedback to help you become a better and more confident speaker.
Jeremy Hampden has a lot of friends and is very popular at parties. Everyone admires his sense of humor. Everyone, that is to say, except for his six-year-old daughter, Jennie, recently, one of Jeremy's closest friends invited him to give a speech at a wedding banquet.
This is what Jeremy loves. He prepared the speech carefully and went to the wedding with her. He added There were a lot of interesting stories.
Of course, when he finished, it was a great success. When Jennie told him what she wanted to go home, Jeremy was a little disappointed, but he did it according to his daughter's request on the way home. He asked Jennie if she liked the speech that surprised him, she said she didn't.
Jeremy asked why she was like this, she told him that she didn't like watching it So many people laughed at him.
First of all, I chose a good topic, wrote the speech draft, and then asked the teacher to help me change it. I tried to familiarize myself with the manuscript of Yanjiang communication. I designed some speech gestures for myself during the speech.
I tried to relax myself. I was not nervous after I went to the stage, and my speech level was very good. In addition, I paid attention to wearing proper clothes and shaping the image In order to improve my image, in short, I think this is a great success.
Finally, the jury decided that I was the first one. It was great.