Sunday, March 29, 2020

1230 pm Speech and Evaluation Postings

Hi 1230 class. Please use this thread to post all your You Tube video links for your speeches by midnight the night before your speech is due. The blog provides a timestamp that authenticates your timely posting of the video. All class members will be able to view your speech from this thread and your posted link. After viewing, class mates can post their evaluations of the speech ( using PDF or Word formats only,) by the deadline of midnight on each M/W speaking day. Speakers can review their colleague evaluations for feedback. Once you have received your outline and speech grade from me, you can remove your You Tube video link. Thank you.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope I'm doing this right :P

7:51 AM  
Blogger Prof Stefani said...

Please include your first name and first initial of last name with your post so everyone knows who to evaluate. Thanks

5:07 PM  
Blogger Jared Michaels said...

Matthew T. sorry, didn't realize I was anon.

8:27 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Mick M. Evaluating Matt T.

Hey Matt, great speech! Here are my questions for you:

-Where did you obtain the information that AvPD is something that cannot be cured? Is that true for all mental disorders?
-If someone I know and care about suffers from AvPD, what will help more—sincere support or tough-love? I realize the answer may be obvious, but when they won’t listen to the sincere support, can a tough-love approach be effective?
-Is it common for people who suffer AvPD to appear to be extremely rude to others? Or is that behavior unrelated?

10:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for the evaluation, Mick!
I'm not sure about mental disorders in general, but personality disorders specifically cannot be cured by outside influence. They can, however, remit later on in adulthood.
This article from Psychology Today explains it better:
Good question. A balance of both is necessary, as AvPD individuals tend to avoid taking initiative. Support is great, but it won't do much unless accompanied by tangible action.
Generally AvPD causes the affected individual to avoid intentionally saying or doing anything that will cause another person to dislike them. Assuming an individual has no other personality disorders that would interfere with that goal, any rudeness exhibited by an AvPD is likely unintentional or unrelated to the disorder itself.
That said, it would be common for an AvPD individual to do or say things that are generally considered rude for the sake of avoidance. Like I said in my speech, they could blow off an obligation or fail to complete a project in a timely manner. They could also seemed detached and uninterested in someone, even seeming to dislike someone else for no reason. This unintentional coldness is part of the reason avoidant individuals have a difficult time establishing new relationships.

5:54 PM  
Anonymous jose MERCADO said...
Jose Mercado

1:00 PM  
Anonymous Carlos Dexter said...

Carlos D. evaluating Jose M.

Great speech! I loved the topic you chose as I am a huge fan of video games.

Just one question for you.
So you spoke about the usage of toys and merchandise to advertise and make money for various games before the use of microtransactions. Do you have any idea which one was actually more effective or which made more money and why?


2:29 PM  
Anonymous Mick M said...

Mick M. evaluating Jose M. 1230

Hey Jose, cool topic!

Here are some questions for you:

-You said that Mrs. Pacman helped the Woman’s Rights Movement. Where can I find more information about that?

-You mentioned that the original Xbox was the first time multiplayer became available, yet multiplayer has been a part of the home console experience since at least 1975 with the release of Atari and Magnavox Odyssey, and definitely a part of the famicom (Nintendo) experience and onward. I assume I misunderstood and that you meant Xbox introduced online multiplayer. If that’s what you meant, what were some of the first games to utilize online gameplay?

-When were DLCs and in-game purchases banned in the UK?

11:35 PM  
Anonymous Kimberly A. Lopez said...

Kimberly L. Speech

1:20 PM  
Anonymous Mick M said...

Mick M Evaluating Kim L 1230

Hi Kim, great speech. Here are my questions for you:

- You mentioned that GAD is more prevelent in women. Is it known why this is the case?
-We often think of being anxious as being episodic, as in, “I had an anxiety attack”. Is that the same thing as GAD? Is GAD constantly present in a victim’s life, or does it attack in episodes?
-What age group is most common for having GAD? Does it ever set in late in life?

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Carlos Dexter said...

Carlos Dexter evaluating Mykeah Simpson 12:30


Hello Mykeah!

Very informative stuff in your speech I really enjoyed hearing so much info about the human body and your story of perseverance.

Just one question for you,

Out of all of the four major sections of your spine possible to damage, which is the most common to be broken or hurt?

4:01 PM  
Anonymous Mick M said...

Hi everyone!

Here is a link to my survey for the persuasive speech. Please take some time to fill it out.

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Kai Ternus said...

Here's a link to my speech- Kai Ternus

12:09 PM  
Anonymous Kai Ternus said...

Here's the link top my speech! -Kai Ternus

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's the link to my speech!-Kai Ternus

12:20 PM  
Anonymous mick m said...

mick m eveluating kai t:

good speech! here are my questions:

-You mentioned how important it is for young people to read about people similar to themselves. While it’s a statement that I can agree with, is there any research by anyone in the childhood development or psychological etc. community that I can refer back to in order to strengthen my understanding of that importance?
-How much of an impact have the two movements you mentioned had on the YA genre since 2014? Has there been a steady increase in the amount of books written by communities of people other than straight/white?
-Where specifically can a person go to find more diverse YA novels?

and for Professor Stefani's records, a link to the evaluation:

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Eddie Marquis said...

Eddie M.

(Sorry for the late post. I had trouble uploading the video to YouTube.)

4:26 AM  
Anonymous Emma Ferris said...

Emma Ferris - Informative Speech

2:00 PM  
Anonymous Carlos Dexter said...

Carlos D evaluating Eddie M

Great speech Eddie,

I enjoyed learning more about something that has such a strong impact on people around you.

Just one question, do you have any information on how to deal with those who are very standoffish and very hard to connect with due to various life experiences or those who believe others won't care for them?

evaluation: file:///C:/Users/redro/Downloads/Student%20Evaluation%20Form%20for%20Informative%20Essay%20PT4.pdf

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Heather Lizardi said...

Heather Lizardi evaluating Kimberly Lopez:
Hey, Kimberly!! Awesome Speech!!
I didn't catch it in your speech, but my specific question was how many people world wide suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder??
Here's my evaluation:
Amazing job!!

9:47 PM  
Anonymous Heather Lizardi said...

Heather Lizardi evaluating Eddie Marquis:
Hey, Eddie!! Great Speech!!
Being well-equipped in Public Speaking is pretty crucial in everyday life. Would you say your personal experiences helped you easily adapt to this class in particular?
Here is my evaluation:
Great Speech!!

10:12 PM  
Anonymous Brenda Martinez said...

Informational Speech

1:26 AM  
Anonymous Heather Lizardi said...

Hey, everyone!! Here's my Informational speech on the National Parks. I hope you enjoy and stay safe!!

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Mick Miles said...

Hi everyone,

Here is a link to my persuasive speech:

9:26 PM  

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