SPEAKING SKILLS PPT

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How to Deliver a Speech : 

How to Deliver a Speech Speaking With Confidence And Purpose

ELEMENTS OF GOOD SPEECH : 

ELEMENTS OF GOOD SPEECH ATTITUDE REHEARSAL VERBAL EXPRESSION NONVERBAL EXPRESSION

ATTITUDE : 

ATTITUDE Attitude matters a great deal with delivery. A confident presence is an aspect of your credibility and persuasiveness. Yet people have speaker apprehension, fear of speaking in front of an audience. This fear can become a self-fulfilling prophecy: We can make ourselves fail . . . or succeed.

DO : 

DO * Be conversational. A public speaking situation is still personal, if you speak naturally and make eye contact. Look at people. They’ll relate to you. * Move like you do in normal life, but much less. * Stay focused on your material. You’re just the messenger, not the point of the message. If you’ve chosen topics well, it’s vital that you get this information to your fellow citizens.

REHEARSAL : 

REHEARSAL Practice, practice, practice. Get your speeches written at least a week early and say them out loud every day. Say your speeches out loud as you’re writing them. Some phrasing looks good on the page, but doesn’t fit the tongue. It will remind you to keep language tight.

Rehearsal : 

Rehearsal Places to practice: In the car. In the shower or bathtub. Somewhere where you can shout without being heard. In our mind when our lips are tired, And our lips will get tired is when we are speaking correctly. Young Californians have lazy lips.

ELEMENTS OF GOODSPEAKING : 

ELEMENTS OF GOODSPEAKING VOCAL EXPRESSION: * You must speak loudly enough to be heard, clearly enough to be understood, and slowly enough for your audience to keep up. NONVERBAL EXPRESSION * Body language matters because it influences your credibility and helps the audience focus on your speech. Nonverbal “frames” the verbal.

Vocal Expression : 

Vocal Expression There are four dimensions of voice that can be manipulated for greater effect. Volume - Speak louder or softer for emphasis. Pitch - Stay at an appropriate mid-range level. Rate - Accelerate for a few sentences to excite, Slow down and pause to emphasize some words. Articulation - Speak clearly with full voice.

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