At the end of every public speaking activity, the club supervisor will lead a reflection session for students, separate from the reflection questions that are used for other activities. The supervisor should guide (not directly give the answer) students to come up with their own answers or address important patterns that arose during the activity. Although supervisors can think of any questions they want relating to the activity or patterns they noticed, here are a few reflection questions that can be used for any activity.
- How did this activity feel? Was it hard or easy?
- What was the easiest part about this activity? What was the most challenging?
- How nervous were you to speak in front of your peers?
- How did your feeling beforehand compare to the feeling when you actually presented for your peers?
- What was something you say another person do well during his/her public speaking?
- What would you like to improve on next time?