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My Feelings On Public Speaking

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Jack Reed

on 6 March 2014

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By Jack Reed
My Feelings On Public Speaking
Some people enjoy public speaking while others are frightened by it.
Using specific details and examples, explain how you feel about public speaking.
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Might not get my message across.
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I might seem like I didn't rehearse.
It may seem made it in the last minute.
They might walk away confused.
My first fear of public speaking is that I might mess up.
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My Introduction Strategy
Type of essay: Informative
The first reason is because I might seem foolish.
The second reason is because I want to seem respectable, not clumsy.
The last reason I am afraid to mess up is because I want to get my message across, instead of confusing people.
Secondly I fear that I might forget what I'm saying.
The first reason is because I might not get to people and they might be confused about my message.
The second reason is because I feel like I have to be perfect in front of a lot of people.
The last reason is because I want people who are watching me to be able to take away something positive.
Introduction Strategy: Anecdote
My Introduction
I stepped up to the stage and was shaking like crazy. I was scared to read my new essay. In my head I was telling my self it was okay, but on the outside I was freaking out. In the end everything turned out fine and I was thinking "Why was I scared in the first place?"
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