Critiquing Speech Review

Critiquing a speech helps the student learn how to perform their own speeches, as well as provide an avenue to learn how audiences may view the speaker, in this case; themselves. The only way you as a future speaker can perfect your craft is to practice and watch others.

Critiques are an analysis of the content of a speech. There are four major elements: Appearance Introduction Content  Conclusion In order to critique a speakers performance, we must critique and review elements and ask the following questions: Is the speaker dressed appropriately for the subject and audience? Does the speaker show confidence and credibility? How does the speaker start the speech? (Story, quote, statistic. etc.) Does the speaker show good eye contact with the audience? Body movements and gestures: Does the speaker move in sync with the rhythm of the speech? (too much movement? stiff? just right, talk with their hands) Is the introduction powerful? Does it grab your attention? Is the thesis statement clear?

Content: How many main points does the speaker provide? What are the main points? Does the speaker back up their evidence with citations, research or quotes? Is the speakers tone clear, smooth or raspy? Volume: Is the speaker too soft or low, too loud or just right? Is the speaker clear enough to understand? Does the speaker summarize the speech? Does the speaker rely on ethos, logos or pathos? Is the conclusion of the speech strong? How do you feel about this speaker’s presentation?   Directions for this assignment Review the following video. Using the aforementioned questions, write a two page critique on the following two speeches. Make sure you write the title, your name and the class day and time. You may have to watch the video twice. That is ok. Do your best to decipher the different criteria for your critique. When you have written it, upload it to Canvas.  Watch and critique this video: I was an MS-13 Gang Member. Watch this video and critique using the same information as previously provided. I am not your Asian stereotype. Make sure to submit two critiques for this assignment. You can upload it in CANVAS. YOU MUST NEED TO WATCH THE TWO VIDEO!!!!

 

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