Types of Dreams (Speech)
Your critique should start with a brief introduction of the speech, including the topic/purpose of the speech and the reason why this particular speech is of interest to you. The remainder of your speech should be broken into paragraphs based on the following headings, and each of the questions asked under each heading should be answered in detail.
The Most Important Thing to Analyze: The Speech Objectives
Knowing the speaker’s objective is critical to analyzing the speech, and should certainly influence how you study it.
What is the speaker’s goal? Is it to educate, to motivate, to persuade, or to entertain?
What is the primary message being delivered?
Why is this person delivering this speech? Are they the right person?
Was the objective achieved?