Presentation on theme: "Evaluate to Motivate. Before the Speech Review the Manual Project Learn the objectives Read the manual project & evaluation guide Review the Speaker."— Presentation transcript:
Evaluate to Motivate
Before the Speech Review the Manual Project Learn the objectives Read the manual project & evaluation guide Review the Speaker Ask the speaker for tips Review past evaluations
During the Speech “Note” key thoughts Listen attentively Meeting manual objectives Organization Delivery Sensory Aspects
Organize the Evaluation Speech Don’t… Rehash the speech Focus on your opinion of the topic Attempt to cover too much Go through the manual objectives point-by-point Criticize without a suggestion Speak for the audience Embarrass the speaker
Organize the Evaluation Speech Do… Prepare a mini-speech Manual objectives should be the primary focus Sandwich the “motivational comments” between positive feedback Offer suggestions for improvement Focus on the performance, NOT the performer
Delivering the Evaluation Speech Dialog with the Speaker Use positive words/statements Avoid words like “never” and “always” Remember the Golden Rule!
After the Evaluation Speech Complete your written evaluation Return the manual to the Speaker Ask the Speaker for feedback on your evaluation
Evaluating the Evaluators 1.Dialog with the speaker? 2.Primarily discussed points related to the manual objectives? 3.Clear organization of evaluation? 4.Delivery aspects discussed? 5.Addressed personal goals of the speaker? 6.Focused on presentation, not presenter?
Evaluating the Evaluators 7.Covered an appropriate amount of information? 8.Spoke for his/herself, not for the audience? 9.Negative comments approached positively? 10.Sandwiched “motivational comments” between positive feedback? 11.Reinforced effective speaking habits with praise? 12.Gave suggestions for all weak points discussed?