PUBLIC SPEAKING
What is public speaking?•Process of speaking to a group of people in a  structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, ...
5 Basic Elements• “Who is saying what to whom using  what medium with what effects?”
4 Types of Public Speaking         Informative         Persuasive         Ceremonial       Extemporaneous
INFORMATIVE SPEECH    to impart information    Examples: business presentations, seminars,    class presentations    Sh...
PERSUASIVE SPEECH    To persuade or convince a group of people    Aim to influence and change the opinions of    the aud...
CEREMONIAL SPEECH    Is given on special occasions like wedding,    funerals, graduation parties, retirement    parties e...
EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEECHES    Also known as impromptu speeches    Will cause speaker to feel nervous and panicky    Speake...
AUDIENCE AND RESEARCH    Know your audience before speaking    Why you need to know your audience    How to find out ab...
    Prepare for some modifications    Dont be a self-centered speaker    During the talk    Whats wrong with you peopl...
STYLE & DELIVERY 7 ASPECTS OF A DYNAMIC PRESENTATION Speaker Message Audience Channel Feedback Noise Setting
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  1. 1. PUBLIC SPEAKING
  2. 2. What is public speaking?•Process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listeners.
  3. 3. 5 Basic Elements• “Who is saying what to whom using what medium with what effects?”
  4. 4. 4 Types of Public Speaking  Informative  Persuasive  Ceremonial  Extemporaneous
  5. 5. INFORMATIVE SPEECH to impart information Examples: business presentations, seminars, class presentations Should be short precise Keep audience in mind and aim to cater to their needs How to determine success? - how much the audience could undestand from the speech
  6. 6. PERSUASIVE SPEECH To persuade or convince a group of people Aim to influence and change the opinions of the audience Commonly used by sales and marketing people Also used to influence political and religious views
  7. 7. CEREMONIAL SPEECH Is given on special occasions like wedding, funerals, graduation parties, retirement parties etc. How to make these speeches effective? Add a personal touch to it The speech can humorous, touching or emotional according to the mood. However, one needs to be cautious in order to not make any snide remarks.
  8. 8. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEECHES Also known as impromptu speeches Will cause speaker to feel nervous and panicky Speaker will have to quickly think about the points regarding the topic and speak before the audience with confidence. A good public speaker is not a talkative person; but understands the type of speech that needs to be given.
  9. 9. AUDIENCE AND RESEARCH Know your audience before speaking Why you need to know your audience How to find out about the audience Before you speak Who is in the audince? Gain rapport At the beginning of the talk Comedian tested audience
  10. 10.  Prepare for some modifications Dont be a self-centered speaker During the talk Whats wrong with you people Dont get the bored Benefits of knowing the audience Summary
  11. 11. STYLE & DELIVERY 7 ASPECTS OF A DYNAMIC PRESENTATION Speaker Message Audience Channel Feedback Noise Setting

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