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“Honest criticism is hard to take, especially from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance or a stranger.” - Franklin Jones. Giving and Accepting Criticism. Critique. An analysis and evaluation 2 kinds- Oral and Written Oral-Given out Loud Written – More detailed look at the speech.

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“Honest criticism is hard to take, especially from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance or a stranger.”

- Franklin Jones

Giving and Accepting Criticism

critique
Critique
  • An analysis and evaluation
  • 2 kinds- Oral and Written
  • Oral-Given out Loud
  • Written – More detailed look at the speech
how to give a critique
How to give a critique
  • Give positive feedback
  • When giving negative feedback, concentrate on only one or two criticisms
  • When making criticisms, mention what the speaker could do to improve
  • Be specific
develop a written critique
Develop a Written Critique
  • Think about the organization of the speech
  • Consider the content of the speech
  • Analyze the language the speaker used
  • Comment on the delivery the speaker used
giving criticism
Giving Criticism
  • Choose an appropriate time and place
  • Choose only one or two specific points
  • Describe the person’s behavior carefully and accurately.
  • Respond to the present, not to the past.
  • Try to include ideas for solutions
accepting criticism
Accepting Criticism
  • Think of criticism of an opportunity for improvement
  • Make sure that you understand what you hear
  • Recognize those who use constructive criticism
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