This blog is for the ONLINE Public Speaking course, only!
In no particular order:1) establishing a connection2) breathing properly3) powerful words4) speaking to the level of your audience5) facial expressions/hand movements6) clear speaking and eye contact7) drama, humor, wisdom8) planning & practicing9) memorizing key points10) using own experiences
1. Know your material2. Practice3. Know the audience4. Know the room5. Relax6. Visualize yourself giving your speech7. Don’t apologize8. Concentrate on the message – not the medium9. Body language10. Gain experience
1. Assess how much time your speech should take.2. Think about your audience and let your perception of the audience shape the tone of your speech as you write it.3. Begin with an introduction that establishes who you are, what your purpose is, what you'll be talking about and how long you're going to take. 4. Organize your information into points and prioritize them according to importance and effectiveness.5. Delete points that aren't crucial to your speech.6. Start with your most important point, then go to your least important point and move slowly back toward the most important.7. Add support to each point using supporting material.8. Link your introduction, points and conclusions together with smooth transitions.9. Write a conclusion that summarizes each of your points, restates your main purpose and leaves the audience with a lasting impression.10. Proof read your speech for any errors.
1. Preparation2. Try to remain calm before the speech3. Learn and know your speech4. Don't think that you will forget your speech5. Use humor, quotes, tell a story6. Get familiar with the audience7. Speak clearly and have eye contact8. Organize your speech properly9. Practice your speech in front of your friends10. Know what you are talking about
1. Identify topic/subject for speech.2. Prepare and outline the topic/subject for the speech.3. Know your target audience.4. Rewrite and edit the speech to shorten.5. Then inject humor and story telling into the speech.6. Write and Rewrite the outline of your speech.7. Practice your speech in the mirror.8. Rewrite/Organize the speech for one last revision.9. Practice your speech in front of family and friends.10.Practice your speech with confidence in front of family and friend again.11.Relax and try to remain calm.12.Perform your speech as if you are speaking with an old friend.
1. Identify your audience and subject2 Practice your speech before hand.3. Relax4. Write and rewrite your speech outline.5 Talk about something your familiar with6. Know your target audience7. Organize your speech 8. Use some humor9. have fun10. dont be nervous
1) Preparation2) Knowing your audience 3) Know your material and what you’re trying to get across4) Relaxed5) Focused6) Confident7) Humor8) Go with the flow when mistakes happen9) Eye contact10) Have fun
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1. Identify reason for speech and the kind of approach you want to have on audience2. Decide impact you want to have on your audience3. Understand material to be delivered4. If needed do needed research or focus on the objective of the speech5. Make sure your setting and attire is appropriate for delivery6. Redo speech as many times needed or prepare well if being livestreamed7. Relax and Focus8. Since you may not have an audience to focus on make sure you master making the camera what you make eye contact with.9. Deliver the way you would want information delivered to you 10. The only person that needs to know if youre nervous is you, be confident.
1. Visualize success2. Eye contact 3. Rehearse4. Dress appropriately 5. Good posture6. Gesture effectively but not wildly7. Articulate8. Appropriate facial expressions9. Know your topic10. Know your audience
Chapter 15, while helpful in providing tips on speech delivery, also made me feel a bit more anxious. For example, I tend to gesture quite a bit in casual conversation and would need to tone that down. I would also need to be more mindful of my facial expressions because I laugh when I'm nervous. On the other hand, reading about these and the other suggestions is useful because now that I'm aware of them, it will hopefully help me to avoid these mistakes during my speech.
This is not in any specific order:1. Be confident2. Know your material very well!3. Always make eye contact with your audience4. Know your audience5. Rehearse your speech6. Deliver your message to the audience7. Try not to use many gesturesI agree with Regina..8. Dress appropriately9.Good posture10. Speak loud enough for everyone to hear you
Chapter 15 really has me nervous. Yes it does help in many ways but it also has me scared to death. The thing that probably will be most useful to me is REHEARSING your speech. I know the chapter said memorizing can become stiff, stiltled and over rehearsed but it kind of helps me. I guess I'll just have to see what actually works for me during my first speech. Good Luck Everyone!
After reading chapter 4 about plagiarism I learned a few things. I always knew it was terrible and you can fail or get kicked out of school, but hearing about Vice President Joe Biden plagiarizing one of his speeches back in 1987 was so surprising!! I always thought someone wrote out their speeches for them. How could they possibly think no one would know! Anyway learning to avoid plagiarizing is knowing how to do your own work! Make sure to give the person credit on whos knowledge your using!
1)Know your topic, do your research as necessary2)Know your audience3)Decide what you want to say4)Get your thoughts out on paper5)Organize you speech6)Reveiw and edit as necessary7)Practice!Practice!Practice!8)Be confident and calm9)Don't be boring: emphasize important words and points with your tone and gestures10)Connect to and read your audience and make adjustments as necessary.
i believe that 10 key ingredients that you need to be an effective speaker are the following.1. know the material that you are speaking about2.breathing throughout 3. practice makes perfect4.relax and take a deep breath5.postitive body language6.adding your own experiences in to make it more personal7.proofread your speech so you dont have to second guess yourself when you are speaking8.be confident and be proud of yourself that you can overcome your fear9.have an audience10.talk normal as if you are talking to a friend
To avoid plagarism, it is important to site any and all information and quotes' sources. Don't use someone else's work as your own.
Here is my special occasions speech...its a wedding http://vimeo.com/25487717
My persuasive speech on vimeo....http://vimeo.com/25796982
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