Matt Cutts

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What structure would you say this speech follows? In your opinion, what words or sections in the speech indicate the structure?
The speech given by Matt Cutts uses tell/sell structure. He used an effective opening, told the audience why he was speaking, stated his main points clearly, keep the audience interested and had an effective closing. Throughout his speech he was trying to inform/persuade us to try to 30 day challenge.
What are the main points addressed during the speech?
The main points addressed during the speech were trying something new for 30 days. Whether it was adding or subtracting from your everyday life. Start will small change which is most likely to stick.
How does he engage the audience to make sure he has their attention?
Matt Cutts uses humor and pictures to engage the audience to make sure he had their attention. When speaking on a subject, he showed pictures to visualize his points and humor to keep you interested.
How does Matt Cutts' tone and body language impact your listening/perception/ reception of the words being spoken?
Matt Cutts showed expression and enthusiasm. His tone was very natural and interesting with variety in pitch. He keep me interested and wanted to know what he was going to do or say next.
Do you think this speech was practiced? What words and tones made you decide on your answer?
Yes, I do think his speech was practiced. The speech was well organized and when talking he used effective ways to practice a speech such as moving around, he had no notes, grab the audience attention. He was well prepared as if he practice. The speech was not word for word as if he was reading from a book.
6. What gestures were used during the speech? Were they effective or did they detract from the speaker?
During the speech he used hand and arm gesture, which was very effective. It also keep my attention as if he was…...

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