SELF-EVALUATION ASSIGNMENT After each major speech (demonstration, informative, and persuasive), please create a written evaluation of your performance based on your recollection of the experience, and your review of the audio tape recording of the speech with one of your classmates. Below is a list of components you will want to include in your assessment. Please take note of the format requirements as compliance will be part of your grade. First, provide a brief introduction that includes the topic of your speech and how you generally felt about the speech and your performance. Second, within the body of the essay, delineate at least three things you believe went well. Focus your critique on all areas including content, organization, argument, supporting information and evidence, as well as delivery and be very specific in your assessment by providing clear, detailed examples. Third, list at least three areas that you would like to improve in the next speech. Again, be very specific by focusing on behavior. Identify the goals you will strive toward and explain the strategies you will employ to achieve your goals. Remember, this assignment is designed to help you analyze your performance and work toward becoming a more effective speaker. You may want to take a look at the evaluation forms we use for each speech to help you in your assessment. Try to be realistic in the critique of your presentation as well as in the expectations you create for yourself for future performances. Work with your classmate to critically analyze your performance. The paper is to be written by the speaker, with input from the classmate. Both names must be on the assignment, with the speaker and observer identified by role, with a hand signature of the observer. The paper must be typewritten, 2 pages, double-spaced, 12 point font with one-inch margins. Please use spell-check and proofread to catch any typographical errors. The assignment is due the class period following your speech date and is worth 30 points.