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Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Reflection on my speech

The part of my speech I enjoyed was the ending. I thought  if I said something like ‘Just think for a second’ it would keep the audience listening till the end and keep them interested. The most challenging part of speech writing was the amount of time it took to write it.  Another challenge I had to face was making my speech make sense, first my ideas were all over the place, it took so long to fix - almost an entire week  of working hard. Working hard to overcome the challenges made a good speech.  I knew that my speech was long but not four minutes long, I needed to scrap about three paragraphs of work to get it down to three minutes.  I felt so excited when I got into the speech finals. My score was 21 out of 25, I couldn't believe my eyes!

If I needed to win the finals I needed to practise and practise and practise. My first go ever reading my speech was four minutes long and it was meant to take  between 2 and 3 minutes. I had a lot of work to do. I practised lots, I think that I did that well.  I did well with cutting down the speech too. Overall I liked my speech, it was a good speech, it was a simple speech.  Even though some speeches were better than mine I'm proud of my speech.

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