Stress. It makes your heart pound, your breathing quicken and your forehead sweat. But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research su...
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1. Did you like the speech? Why, or why not?
I liked the speech, because the speaker used lots of emphasizing tone and effective pauses, and she seems really passionate about her topic. Also, the evidence she found and the fact that she had some personal experiences with the topic she's talking about is very convincing. I think the speech is well developed and presented.
2. What did you learn from watching this speaker?
Stress is very harmful to yourself and it could cause death. However, people who view stress as something that is not harmful to you are healthier and less likely to die.
3. How will you utilize what you learned in your everyday life?
When I'm stressed out, I can see the stress as something that encourages me to do better. Forthe stress is actually helping me to do better. For example, before a tests, I can comfort myself by thinking that the stress is actually helping me to do better.
4. Will you adopt any strategies you observed the speaker using during their speech?
Yes. This presenter seemed very confident and passionate. I think pausing and using body language is very important. It emphasizes what points are important and it gives people time to think about what I'm saying. Also, research and evidence are very important, so I will ensure that my presentation contains some level of evidence so it's more convincing.