communication

1) View the student Ramadan Speech (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_Yw_YuWJoU). Evaluate the speech in light of the guidelines for informative speaking discussed in Chapter 15. 
2) View Amy Cuddy’s speech, Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are (https://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_may_shape_who_you_are). Evaluate the speech in light of the guidelines for informative speaking discusses in Chapter 15. 
Be sure you incorporate the informative speaking guidelines in your assessment of the speeches. Remember to reference Luas with a page number
respond to two classmate’s answers. 
1. Hello everyone! The criteria that I will use to grade both informative speeches come straight from the textbook (Lucas 277-285). The six major points are as follows: Don’t overestimate what the audience knows, Relate the subject directly to the audience, Don’t be too technical, Avoid abstractions, Personalize your ideas, Be Creative. 
Ramadan speech

This speaker did not overestimate what the audience knew about Ramadan. She explained every concept in clear terms and gave definitions for new terms that may be unfamiliar to the audience.
The speaker related her topic directly to the audience by making references to a wide array of religions and comparing Islam to religions that other students may participate in.
The speaker was never too technical, all of her languages were plain. When she made a reference to a specific vocabulary word, she defined it and showed a visual of how it was spelled to her audience.
The speaker was very clear in what she had to say and never used abstract language.
The speaker personalized her ideas by speaking about a holiday that she and her family observes.
The speech was very creative and well-researched.

Body Language Speech

This speaker did not overestimate what the audience knew about power posing. She explained the science and logic behind her beliefs in plain terms.
The speaker related her topic directly to the audience by making references to stressful job interviews, which most people have been through. 
The speaker was never too technical, all of her languages were plain. 
The speaker was very clear, and she never used abstract language.
The speaker personalized her ideas by discussing her experience with imposter syndrome and the benefits of the “fake it ’til you make it” mentality.
The speech was very creative and well-researched.

2. Ramadan Speech

Speaker did not overestimate what the audience knew about Ramadan. She taught the history of Ramadan, the time of year it comes, and activities related to Ramadan.
The speaker related her speech to the audience by mentioning figures from other religions that make appearances inside Islam. Not everyone in the audience is Muslim, so bringing in people they might know from their own life is good.
Speaker wasn’t too technical. She used everyday language and explained Ramadan practices in an easy-to-understand manner.
Speaker avoids abstract language and is concise and to the point.
Speaker made personalized decisions by talking about a holiday that is dear to her.
Speaker maintained creativity and was obviously well researched.

Body Language Speech

Speaker didn’t overestimate her audience and spoke in plain terms about how the science of body language operates.
The speaker related her speech to the audience by talking about stressful situations like job interviews or asking someone on a date as most people have been in either of those before.
Speaker spoke in plain speech and was not overly technical.
Speaker was not reliant on abstract language whatsoever.
Speaker personalized it by talking about her experiences with MBA students in her classroom related to non-verbals.
The speech was very creative with the use of clips and photos and very well researched.

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