In the paper “Speech Analysis on Jeff Hancock” the author analyzes Jeff Hancock’s speech “Three Types of Lies”, where he spoke very spontaneously. He used a combination of statistical results of researches, personal stories…
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In fact, the transitions went on smoothly, the listeners were not at all bored with the speech but were engaged with the speaker as evidenced by their reactions such as raising of hands and laughter. Hancock is obviously a seasoned speaker who is focused and meticulous in his explanations yet remains to be concise. This is very evident in his speech and he even ended with a very simple but powerful message about choosing what kind of record the listeners want to leave.Hancock’s delivery of his speech was very spontaneous and well-documented that he looked highly credible. He mentioned about his former job as a Customs Officer for Canada in the mid-1990s which awed the audience. This fact placed him in a higher pedestal that increased his credibility not only as a speaker but as an individual and an authority who knows what he is talking about. He appeared professional and confident because was dressed well and he stood and expressed his thoughts in an educated manner. The speaker’s best contributing factor to a successful speech is his spontaneity. The quality of his voice is fair but he could perhaps work more on it to become a more interesting speaker. His gestures are complimentary with his facial expressions, tone of voice as well as the topic he is discussing. However, his frequent walking from side to side seemed to have been overdone it was quite irritating. Perhaps, the speaker can practice more on his stance and frequency of shifting positions, choreographed in such a manner.
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