This is a simple way for students to think about their own speaking performance. The questions focus their thinking on specifics on both content and technique.
Open-ended questions like, "How do you think you did on your speech" aren't helpful for a student as they give no parameters. Inevitably the answer you'll receive to this question is simply, "pretty bad" or "pretty good". This sheet forces them to address WHAT was "bad" or "good".
Many of my products put the student in the thinking seat with guided self-reflections. You'll find this document helpful and may enjoy one of my other products from Patrick Johnson.