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  • 1. Prepared Speech Presentation by Bill Peng
  • 2. About Billis2011 Fall 29th PresidentCofounder of Toast Camp, FamilySystem, Mentor Mentee Platform…….2011 Spring, 2011 Fall Area SpeechContest Champion
  • 3. About Billis Not“Experts” of Speech contest…Absolutely Right…Going to tell you How to do…
  • 4. Things you needto know...
  • 5. Communica)on!track
  • 6. Communica)on!track Leadership!track
  • 7. Communica)on!track Leadership!track
  • 8. Competent! Advanced Communica)on!track
  • 9. Competent! Communica)on!track
  • 10. C1 C10 A1 Competent! Communica)on!track
  • 11. ch ce r4 pe e ien e r4S 4A ud re ak 4You ur e 4b ize e 4Yo 4Ic rgan .................. pir T he O InsC1 C10 A1 Competent! Communica)on!track
  • 12. ch ce r4 pe e ien e r4S 4A ud re ak 4You ur e 4b ize e 4Yo 4Ic rgan .................. pir T he O InsC1 C10 A1 Competent! Communica)on!track
  • 13. 3/22Freshmen Cup ch ce r4 pe e ien e r4S 4A ud re ak 4You ur e 4b ize e 4Yo 4Ic rgan .................. pir T he O Ins C1 C10 A1 Competent! Communica)on!track
  • 14. Things you needto know...
  • 15. 1Courage 2 Idea 3Script 4 Audience
  • 16. 1Courage 2 Idea 3Script 4 Audience
  • 17. 1Courage 2 Idea 3Script 4 Audience
  • 18. 1Courage 2 Idea 3Script 4 Audience
  • 19. 1Courage 2 Idea 3Script 4 Audience
  • 20. of presentation preparation
  • 21. 43%of presentation preparation
  • 22. What’s next…
  • 23. What’s next… Memorize?
  • 24. What’s next… Memorize?
  • 25. 5 steps
  • 26. 5 steps
  • 27. 5 steps
  • 28. 5 steps
  • 29. 5 steps
  • 30. 5 steps
  • 31. 5 steps
  • 32. 1 “ Writing &Reading Modification “
  • 33. “ Writing &Reading Modification “
  • 34. “ Writing &Reading Modification “
  • 35. ’’’ ’’’’ ’’ “ Writing & Reading Modification “
  • 36. ’’’ ’’’’ ’’ “ Writing & Reading Modification “
  • 37. PausesOne Pause, One Idea
  • 38. PausesOne Pause, One Idea Embarrassment is the feeling of shame when you do stupid things and unfortunately get caught by others.
  • 39. PausesOne Pause, One Idea Embarrassment is the feeling of shame when you do stupid things and unfortunately get caught by others.
  • 40. PausesOne Pause, One Idea Embarrassment is the feeling of shame when you do stupid things and unfortunately get caught by others.
  • 41. PausesOne Pause, One Idea Embarrassment is the feeling of shame when you do stupid things and unfortunately get caught by others.
  • 42. PausesOne Pause, One Idea Embarrassment is the feeling of shame when you do stupid things and unfortunately get caught by others.
  • 43. PausesOne Pause, One Idea Embarrassment is the feeling of shame when you do stupid things and unfortunately get caught by others.
  • 44. Logic“Partial Memorization”&Emotion WaveChoice of Usage
  • 45. ContentDensityThe ratio between yourIdea andyour content
  • 46. Time & TimingNTU Toastmasters:C1: 4’00”~6’30”Prepare for about 5’30”
  • 47. Time & TimingTiming of the punch lineJoke teller
  • 48. So your Script is OK NOW! You can start to Memorize it!
  • 49. ““ Self-Rehearsal 2
  • 50. Vocal VarietySpeed and “Tone”Mimicking or Acting!! : High & DiverseDescription or Plot! ! : High & FastFeeling Conclusion! ! : Slow & LowMain Idea, Key Word! : Slow & Loud
  • 51. Vocal Variety......Here, we shall support you, and you willnever be alone, and you will find yourpassion and inspiration if you never give up.Today, with this story and my experiences, Iwish the same for you all-Just bear a beginner’s mind, and one day,you will find the most wonderful journeyin you life.
  • 52. Description or Plot! :Vocal Variety High & Fast......Here, we shall support you, and you willnever be alone, and you will find yourpassion and inspiration if you never give up.Today, with this story and my experiences, Iwish the same for you all-Just bear a beginner’s mind, and one day,you will find the most wonderful journeyin you life.
  • 53. Description or Plot! :Vocal Variety High & Fast......Here, we shall support you, and you willnever be alone, and you will find yourpassion and inspiration if you never give up.Today, with this story and my experiences, Iwish the same for you all-Just bear a beginner’s mind, and one day,you will find the most wonderful journeyin you life. Feeling Conclusion: Slow & Low
  • 54. Vocal VarietySpeed and “Tone”Mimicking or Acting!! : High & DiverseDescription or Plot! ! : High & FastFeeling Conclusion! ! : Slow & LowMain Idea, Key Word! : Slow & Loud
  • 55. Body LanguageWalking + Gesture + Moving + OthersInteractions, Quantity, Counting,Visual implicationNo Pointing, No Waving (Body and Hand)! Use walking instead
  • 56. Eye ContactInteraction, Confidence andFeedback,
  • 57. The Spices of the Speech
  • 58. ““ Mentor-Rehearsal 3
  • 59. ““ Mentor-Rehearsal 3/8 Mentor-Mentee Symposium 3
  • 60. ““ Mentor-Rehearsal 3
  • 61. Pressure & ConfidencePre-Supporting-Audience
  • 62. Key PointsMentor’s ReactionsEye Contact Practices
  • 63. Endless Rehearsals……
  • 64. “ Stage “Understanding 4
  • 65. SizeWalking Space, Line,Stage Area
  • 66. Projector & ComputerBackups files and plansPointer and VGA lineProjector’s Light beam
  • 67. MicGesturesVolume, Angle and Position
  • 68. Finally…..Are You Ready?
  • 69. “ Audience In front of the “5
  • 70. Leading Attention
  • 71. Leading AttentionKeeping their Curiosity
  • 72. 1Opening Body Conclusion
  • 73. Weak Opening
  • 74. Strong Opening
  • 75. Opening 2 Body Conclusion
  • 76. PresentationScript and Story tellingStory “Acting”or “Mimicking”
  • 77. InteractionsAsk QuestionsInvite Audience to go on the StageGroup Discussions
  • 78. Opening Body 3 Conclusion
  • 79. QuoteMake the audiences remember“One Sentence” after they leave!
  • 80. QuoteMake the audiences remember“One Sentence” after they leave!“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”
  • 81. QuoteMake the audiences remember“One Sentence” after they leave!“To Start, you don’t have to be good,to be good, you have to start!”
  • 82. Before thePractice time……
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