Last week marked another successful Advanced Communicator speech for me. I completed the project in the Communicating on Television manual that was the impromptu interview. Challenging in a way, but easy in another. It was challenging insofar as I had no idea what was being asked. Literally first time I had heard any of the questions were as they were coming out of the interviewers mouth, and it was all being recorded as it occurred so there wasn't any time to think. It was easy insofar as I can speak for hours...
The topics drawn were all around math which was sort of fun. It was a bit challenging to, in a sixty second time slot, explain what graph theory and abstract algebra represents to laypeople, but nonetheless I walked away feeling good about it.
I will of course post youtube clips once I have a chance to export from movie maker.
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