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ORAL COMMUNICATION. Prepared Speaking. Not everyone is a born speaker, but everyone has the ability to develop effective oral communication skills. The ability to speak in public is a life skill that can and should be developed.
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ORAL COMMUNICATION Prepared Speaking
Not everyone is a born speaker, but everyone has the ability to develop effective oral communication skills. • The ability to speak in public is a life skill that can and should be developed. • Sincerity, a natural approach and a pleasing tone of voice will endear you to your audience.
Makes listeners feel needed, wanted and appreciated. • Has the power to keep the listener’s attention , to make the listener think and to sway the listener’s opinion. • Believes in himself and this gives others the confidence to believe in him/her. • Uses an holistic (rounded) approach of mind, heart and body. • Embraces Public Speaking with a positive attitude. An effective speaker
The most important aspect of speech making is sincerity. Be yourself! • Poised and relaxed stance = look confident and listeners feel comfortable. • Moderate your pace and avoid racing through your speech. • Crisp articulation and projection are essential. • Facial and vocal inflections enhance interest. • Modulate your voice effectively with regard to volume, pitch, pace, pause and inflection. Presentation
Controlling mechanisms allowing the speaker to hold the audience’s attention. • Achieve contact between listener and speaker. • Time to think. • Time for listener to absorb. • Allows speaker to change direction in his or her thinking. • PAUSE = VOLUME, PITCH, PACE, INFLECTION. PAUSE
Eye contact is not quick, but a meaningful glance. • Body language = your body should be in tune with the message that you are delivering. • Avoid distracting movements. • Use gestures to stress a point, but do not overdo it. Audience Contact
Reduce speech to key words. • Number • Comfortable level – not too high or too low. • Natural – should not obstruct the flow of the speech. • REMEMBER: It is public speaking, NOT public reading! Cue cards
THE PREPARED SPEECH
Persuade • Inform • Entertain Different purposes
Careful planning, structuring, editing and re-editing will ensure a successful speech. • Brainstorm and plan ideas using a mind map, flow chart etc. • Content should suite audience and the level of language should be appropriate. • When researching a topic, avoid regurgitating chunks from the internet. Preparation
Introduction = gripping and should immediately hold the audience’s attention. E.g. quotation, rhetorical question or contentious statement. • Body= should develop logically – facts, opinions, statements, use humour appropriately. • Conclusion = should linger and provide the listener food for thought – restate your position and summarise the main points. Construction
Analyse your topic by looking at the key words of the instructions. • E.g. Write a speech of 2 – 3 minutes on the event which changed the world in your opinion. 1. TOPIC
EVENT • CHANGED THE WORLD • YOUR OPINION • There are various interpretations of this topic. • Name a few. How do you interpret the topic?
List or use a mind map to identify all the aspects that need to be researched. • E.g. Information on the nature of the event; i.e. dates, specifics, historical figures, the functioning of society before, during and after the event etc. • That way you are aware of ALL the aspects that need to be covered in your speech. Analysing the topic
Google is not the only resource available. • Use other sources as well. • Use your analysis of the topic to find information on each aspect. 2. RESEARCH
Remember: Regard your speech as a holistic piece, but also as a holistic entity comprised of smaller building blocks. • Decide how many arguments/paragraphs/building blocks your speech must contain, depending on the length of the speech. • Critically review the arguments/paragraphs/building blocks which will most effectively support your conviction (main point). • Each argument/paragraph/building block must focus on one theme/topic/aspect. 3. WRITE
Write your arguments/paragraphs/building blocks i.e. THE BODY! • THEN write your introduction and conclusion. • The conclusion CONCLUDES what you have spoken about in your body, it brings everything together. Restate what you have discussed in your body and focus on the main point of your speech. • The introduction must captivate the audience, use some techniques mentioned earlier. However, do not use an introduction which does not connect with the main topic of your speech. Mention what the rest of your speech will contain. … 3. WRITE (First Draft)
Edit your speech. • Not only spelling errors or grammar mistakes, BUT enrich your speech with various “wordsmith TOOLS”. • ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, FIGURES OF SPEECH, MIND PICTURES, ETC. • Connect your ideas (paragraphs or sentences) using LOGICAL CONNECTORS. • HOWEVER, FIRSTLY, SECONDLY, FINALLY, FURTHERMORE, IN CONCLUSION, ETC. … 3. WRITE (Editing)
… 3. WRITE YOUR FINAL PRODUCT!!!AND THEN4. PRESENT
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Well Planned Clear Pronunciation Brevity Precision Natural voice Logical sequence Suitable words Attractive presentation Avoiding emotions Emphasis Well Planned:-Before presenting something, there should be proper planning regarding the audience, topics to be delivered , timing & other factors . So person must be wellprepared to deliver his/her speech. Clear pronunciation:-Words should be clearly & correctly pronounced . There should not be any lack of clarity , otherwise the communication would be confusing one. Brevity:-The messages should be brief . If the sender take's a long time for talking ,his message may not get the attention of the receiver. Precision:-It is needed to make oral communication effective. There should not be any confusing words rather message to be delivered should be specific so that there is no misunderstanding. Natural voice:-Any sort of unnatural voice may distort the message. Natural voice can do a lot to make oral communication...
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Longitudinal data. spatial statistics. survival. clinical trials. how to get more ideas ... take your time. be aware of body language. try not to say hh. have ... – powerpoint ppt presentation.
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- Not just telling the audience about a specific subject.
- But explaining the subject in a way which makes it understandable and interesting.
- 1. Circumstances
- Where and why is the communication happening, and what does it aim at ?
- 2 and 3. Subject and audience
- What is the topic of the communication, and who are the listeners ?
- 4. Language
- Does the type of audience or the subject of the communication require you to use a specific language ?
- How to talk, how to make your self understandable. Control nervousness.
- Different types of circumstances
- Introduction of subject in class room
- Presentation of a project
- Answering of questions
- Presentation in exam situations
- 1. Describe your work
- Introduce the subject
- Describe the analyses (methodology)
- Present your results
- 2. Evaluate your work
- Discuss the work
- Conclude the work
- Should be reliable
- Do not talk about unneccesary details
- Use examples
- Use short answers
- Be well prepared
- Communicate your opinion
- Does not aim at agreement
- Convince the audience (Requires a good and precise argumentation)
- Used very much by politicians
- Communicate your opinion, but also oblige (listen to) other people.
- Requires respect for others.
- Aims at agreement.
- How to find an interesting subject
- Look in books
- Look in newspapers
- Take a walk
- Ask other people
- Go to the library
- Write fast on a piece of paper for eg. 15 min.
- If you do not know what to write, write the title of your subject.
- Ask wh-questions (who,what, where, when, why) about the subject
- Talk with other people about the subject
- Limit the subject
- Argumentation is important (to convince or sound reliable)
- Use examples to present the subject
- Who are the listeners ?
- What do they know about the subject ?
- Are they interested in the subject ?
- What do they expect ?
- Do they know you ?
- Should make the audience interested in listening
- Presentation of the agenda
- The content should be made logical
- Adjust the language according to the circumstances, audience and subject
- Is able to view a text with the neccesary breaks
- Can focus on specific words
- Can go back in the text
- Is therefore capable of understanding complex texts, with respect to content and sentence construction
- The speed of words is controlled by the speaker
- Cannot go back in the text
- Must be supported by the memory to understand the context
- Practice (six times)
- In the situation
- Take your time
- Be aware of body language
- Try not to say Øhh
- Have eye-contact with the audience
- Speak loud and clear
- Full manuscript
- Manuscript in a scheme
- List of keywords
- Speak too fast
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