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  • 35public speaking

  • Public speaking: fears3. Death2. Snakes 1. public speaking

  • Overcoming anxiety

    Channel nervous energyPractice, practice, practiceVisualize successAct confidentUse deep breathing techniquesFocus on the message, not the fearGive yourself a mental pep talk

  • Know your audience

  • Define the purposeInform? Inspire?/persuade?

    Entertain?Introduce?Thank or pay tribute?

  • The process1. Choose/narrow a topic2. Research3. Organize speech and create outline4. Rehearse5. Deliver

  • 1. Introduction2. Main Point3. Supporting information and facts4. Define Transitions5. Establish ConclusionSpeakers outline

  • Speech introduction strategyIDENTIFY with your AUDIENCEReference to a situationStatement of purpose or important topicAnecdotal story Rhetorical QuestionQuotationHumor

  • AppearancePostureFacial ExpressionEye ContactMovementGesturesElements of physical delivery

  • Speech RateVolumeInflection of your voiceQuality VoicePronunciation and Articulation Elements of vocal delivery

  • During the speechTo start walk up slowly and confidentlyEstablish Eye Contact with Audience: move your eyes around the roomSmile naturallyUse simple language, avoid jargonBe enthusiastic/emotiveUse notes as needed

  • Training of Trainers:

    Why? IncentivesPRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICEPRACTICE, PRACTICE,PRACTICE PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICEPRACTICE, PRACTICE,PRACTICE PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICEPRACTICE, PRACTICE,PRACTICE PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICEPRACTICE, PRACTICE,PRACTICE

    *****Youth use computers, cell phones, video cameras, still photography and online tools from facebook to twitter toGCC uses online dialogue, video conferencing and online activities to support cross-cultural communication, collaboration and build empathy and understanding.

    *Youth use computers, cell phones, video cameras, still photography and online tools from facebook to twitter toGCC uses online dialogue, video conferencing and online activities to support cross-cultural communication, collaboration and build empathy and understanding.

    *Youth use computers, cell phones, video cameras, still photography and online tools from facebook to twitter toGCC uses online dialogue, video conferencing and online activities to support cross-cultural communication, collaboration and build empathy and understanding.

    **Articulated a compelling, evidence-based youth strategy that promotes jobs, civic participation and dignity, and positive pathways away from violent and extremist alternatives while directly impacting 100,000 at risk youth (under Goal 1); andEffectively positioned to respond to the Arab Spring (under Goal 3).

    Global Citizen Corps is addressing this capacity gap by inspiring and equipping an expanding international network of young leaders to take informed actions that build secure, just, and productive communities. In the last quarter alone, the program directly engaged more than 5,000 youth in 9 countries and reached thousands more through peer-to-peer and online outreach, including more than 13,000 members on the GCC website. Through intensive training and hands-on opportunities for action-taking, GCC leaders explore their own identity as global citizens while developing the skills and confidence required to address the issues facing their communities. Harnessing the power of technology to bring youth together around the world, GCC cultivates cross-cultural empathy and understanding and builds awareness of how international and regional issues intersect with the problems youth see in their own countries.

    *Articulated a compelling, evidence-based youth strategy that promotes jobs, civic participation and dignity, and positive pathways away from violent and extremist alternatives while directly impacting 100,000 at risk youth (under Goal 1); andEffectively positioned to respond to the Arab Spring (under Goal 3).

    Global Citizen Corps is addressing this capacity gap by inspiring and equipping an expanding international network of young leaders to take informed actions that build secure, just, and productive communities. In the last quarter alone, the program directly engaged more than 5,000 youth in 9 countries and reached thousands more through peer-to-peer and online outreach, including more than 13,000 members on the GCC website. Through intensive training and hands-on opportunities for action-taking, GCC leaders explore their own identity as global citizens while developing the skills and confidence required to address the issues facing their communities. Harnessing the power of technology to bring youth together around the world, GCC cultivates cross-cultural empathy and understanding and builds awareness of how international and regional issues intersect with the problems youth see in their own countries.

    *Articulated a compelling, evidence-based youth strategy that promotes jobs, civic participation and dignity, and positive pathways away from violent and extremist alternatives while directly impacting 100,000 at risk youth (under Goal 1); andEffectively positioned to respond to the Arab Spring (under Goal 3).

    Global Citizen Corps is addressing this capacity gap by inspiring and equipping an expanding international network of young leaders to take informed actions that build secure, just, and productive communities. In the last quarter alone, the program directly engaged more than 5,000 youth in 9 countries and reached thousands more through peer-to-peer and online outreach, including more than 13,000 members on the GCC website. Through intensive training and hands-on opportunities for action-taking, GCC leaders explore their own identity as global citizens while developing the skills and confidence required to address the issues facing their communities. Harnessing the power of technology to bring youth together around the world, GCC cultivates cross-cultural empathy and understanding and builds awareness of how international and regional issues intersect with the problems youth see in their own countries.

    *Articulated a compelling, evidence-based youth strategy that promotes jobs, civic participation and dignity, and positive pathways away from violent and extremist alternatives while directly impacting 100,000 at risk youth (under Goal 1); andEffectively positioned to respond to the Arab Spring (under Goal 3).

    Global Citizen Corps is addressing this capacity gap by inspiring and equipping an expanding international network of young leaders to take informed actions that build secure, just, and productive communities. In the last quarter alone, the program directly engaged more than 5,000 youth in 9 countries and reached thousands more through peer-to-peer and online outreach, including more than 13,000 members on the GCC website. Through intensive training and hands-on opportunities for action-taking, GCC leaders explore their own identity as global citizens while developing the skills and confidence required to address the issues facing their communities. Harnessing the power of technology to bring youth together around the world, GCC cultivates cross-cultural empathy and understanding and builds awareness of how international and regional issues intersect with the problems youth see in their own countries.