Do you think the speaker considered his/her audience?

Why or why not? Was the Speech Communication Process successful?

How did the speaker focus and develop his/her topic?

Did the speech have a clear introduction, body, and conclusion?

Did the speaker make eye contact with the audience?

Did the speaker use an extemporaneous speaking style?

Did the speaker vary his/her tone of voice as appropriate, speak loudly enough and pace him/herself well?

Did the speaker maintain an alert posture throughout the delivery and use natural gestures? Did the speaker

avoid distracting mannerisms?

Supporting Evidence Analysis: Are the words the speaker chose appropriate for their occasion, topic, and audience?

Do they develop and illustrate the speakers ideas and evoke the desired response?

Explain your response. Is the language inclusive in order to avoid offending or alienating listeners?

Do you think the speaker completed a demographic audience analysis (age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, group membership, and racial, ethnic, or cultural background)? How do you know?

If not, what should he have considered for this particular topic?

Did the speaker support their ideas by using relevant examples and evidence in order to capture interest and convince the audience?

Did they use comparison/contrast or analogies?

Were there instances where the speaker used generalizations that should have been avoided?

If not, give a hypothetical example of how he might have had to.