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ESSENTIALS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING, IMPROVING CONFIDENCE AND MANAGING ANXITIES By ALEX M. CARILLO PUBLIC SPEAKING

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ESSENTIALS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING, IMPROVING CONFIDENCE AND MANAGING ANXITIES

ESSENTIALS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING, IMPROVING CONFIDENCE AND MANAGING ANXITIES By ALEX M. CARILLO

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Objectives At the end of the discussion, the students should be able to:

define public speaking;interpret public speaking through watching a video presentation;

distinguish the difference of speech delivery;analyze the importance of public speaking ; recognize the Dos and Donts in public speaking; andPerform a public speaking using different emotions

INTRODUCTION

PublicWhat people think aboutSpeaking?

hesitantSpeech-draftNervousExcitingNot for me, please!Never again!ScaryCool

shyLet me!NO!Lets do it!OMG!Yes!

Public speaking is different from conversation in many ways. Unlike conversation which is loosely organized, informal, has no clear purpose, generally two way,

and involves small group, public speaking is well structured, has a clear purpose, involves a larger group, uses more formal language, and has clearly defined roles for the speaker and listeners.

Activity

Watch and reflect to the video presentation. Share to the class your interpretation of what you have observed in the video.

Analysis

What is your understanding of the video presented?What is the video presentation trying to imply?How did the speaker acted in front of the audience?

Can you think of a time when you attended a bad presentation? How about a good one? What made them so powerfully good or bad?

What is Public Speaking?

Public speaking is an art of presenting an idea a product or a service to the crowd or to the public.

Its a challenging art to master since it will require the speaker to persuade the crowd or at least carefully educate the listeners about the topic discussed.

Essentials of public speaking

Public speaking skill increases both self confidence and chances for career advancement. Professionals with communication proficiency are promoted faster and more often.

Aside from professional advancement and confidence building, public speaking will help you to hone your skills in correct word usage. Also, it will train you to persuade, inform and inspire people.

Types of speech delivery

1. Manuscript SpeechA Manuscript speech is a mode of delivery in which the speaker reads from manuscript. Manuscript speeches are most common in situations where careful wording is required.

2. Memorized SpeechA Memorized Speech is like Manuscript speech that has to be delivered word for word. Further, the speaker has committed the speech to memory. Though the speaker increased eye

contact compared to manuscript speech, the delivery still takes a canned tone. Some speakers are also prone to pauses as they are trying to remember the words in their speech.

3. Impromptu Speech An Impromptu speech is the least formal delivery of material that you are called upon to speak with less preparation usually for a few minutes only. It is also known as on the spot speech that generally happens during formal functions and celebrations.

4. Extemporaneous SpeechAn extemporaneous speech is researched, outlined, and well rehearsed before actual delivery. In this mode of delivery, the speaker tends to be more conversational, audience centered, and connected with the audience.

Types of Speech According to Purpose

Speech to Inform (clear understanding) aims to help the audience understand a concept or idea.

2. Speech to entertain (Enjoyment and comprehension) aims to amuse or provide enjoyment for the audience.

3. Speech to persuade (acceptance of idea) and (actuate) aims to influence the mind and actions of the audience.

Developing your Speech

Things You Shouldnt Do

Read directly from notesRead directly from screenTurn back on audienceSlouch, hands in pocketsNo um, ah, you knows No nervous gesturesTalk too fast, Talk too quietly

Things You Should Do

Eye contactCan glance at notesAppropriate gesturesRhetorical questions to involve audience

Developing confidence and managing Anxieties

1. Know the room2. Know the audience 3. Know your material4. Visualize giving your speech5. People want you to succeed6. People want you to succeed7. Dont apologize8. Concentrate on your message9. Turn nervousness into positive energy10. Gain experience

Practice takes you from this..

To this.

Activity: Emotion Skits

Divide the group into teams of four. Let teams select an emotion word blindly from the paper sack.

Allow three minutes to prepare and to present in front of the group. The whole group will reread the poem with corresponding emotions.

Thank You

and

God bless