星期三, 4月 25, 2007

Verna's Commemorative Speech

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Debbie 提到...

In Verna’s speech, I saw sincerity--she meant what she said. And the story telling in the very beginning caught our attention and got more involved in her following speech. She told us the contributions of Mother Teresa, how she donated her life on charity for many of years, especially toward children. I especially like when Verna
mentioned about those contributions of Mother Teresa within the years, she gave us a clear picture and a solid example of what she has done during the history, indeed it inspired and touched me into her words. Sympathy is what all of us are unaware of, and lost of. However, perhaps for the sake of solemn, Verna was pretty tensed while delivering her speech. The atmosphere of being serious has bound her performance. In her previous speeches, although it was with a mixture with nerves, I saw a more relaxed face expression. In this speech, she was self-conscious(which I also have this problem and are trying to improve as well), and depending on her draft a little too much, it would be a lot better if she glance at the audience, pause, and then look at her draft. This would make us think that she is clam and just waiting for us to absorb what she has said. I would love to see her showing her passion and enthusiasm in her future speeches, it would add up credits for sure.
Debbie Lee 1093200073