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This is the Slideshare-presentation of Loyda's course Public speaking during Summerschool 2013 Experience Design. …

This is the Slideshare-presentation of Loyda's course Public speaking during Summerschool 2013 Experience Design.

Loyda is a mediasmart trainer, motivational public speaker
speech writer and fun-loving text coach best known
for promoting communicaction and trustworthiness.

As a mover and shaker she strongly believes in the
saying 'feel the fear and do it anyway'.

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  • Op een WAT-werkplek hebben mensen geen vaste werktijden. Ze komen wanneer ze willen. Ze hoeven niet op een bepaalde tijd op kantoor te zijn – ze hoeven überhaupt niet op kantoor te zijn. Ze moeten alleen zorgen dat ze hun werk doen. Hoe ze het doen, wanneer ze het doen en waar ze het doen, is aan hen.
  • Op een WAT-werkplek hebben mensen geen vaste werktijden. Ze komen wanneer ze willen. Ze hoeven niet op een bepaalde tijd op kantoor te zijn – ze hoeven überhaupt niet op kantoor te zijn. Ze moeten alleen zorgen dat ze hun werk doen. Hoe ze het doen, wanneer ze het doen en waar ze het doen, is aan hen.
  • Op een WAT-werkplek hebben mensen geen vaste werktijden. Ze komen wanneer ze willen. Ze hoeven niet op een bepaalde tijd op kantoor te zijn – ze hoeven überhaupt niet op kantoor te zijn. Ze moeten alleen zorgen dat ze hun werk doen. Hoe ze het doen, wanneer ze het doen en waar ze het doen, is aan hen.
  • Op een WAT-werkplek hebben mensen geen vaste werktijden. Ze komen wanneer ze willen. Ze hoeven niet op een bepaalde tijd op kantoor te zijn – ze hoeven überhaupt niet op kantoor te zijn. Ze moeten alleen zorgen dat ze hun werk doen. Hoe ze het doen, wanneer ze het doen en waar ze het doen, is aan hen.
  • When making presentations I speak at approximately 145-160 words per minute (wpm), while an average American English speaker engaged in a friendly conversation speaks at a rate of approximately 110–150 wpm. (Interestingly, publishers recommend books on tape to be voiced at 150-160 wpm, auctioneers are generally 250-400 wpm while the average reading rate is about 200-300 wpm). However, as you may know, people speak at different rates at different times. Natural speech includes bursts of more rapid speech and in addition, we are all capable of speaking faster and slower when we want. Of course, there are also variations in speed associated with the situation in which the speech is being produced. We speak more rapidly if we are in a hurry, or saying something urgent, or trying not to be interrupted in a conversation. For many people, nervousness or excitement will also incr ease the rate of speech. Conversely, we tend to speak more slowly when we are tired or bored. I know for me, I tend to talk more slowly and with more non-words (um, ah, pauses, etc.) when making impromptu presentations and while practicing delivery of new presentation materials. Clearly the emotional state of the speaker greatly influences the rate of speaking.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Houten Klaas of niet? Met loshangende handen maak je gemakkelijker gebaren, laat ze soepel met je woorden meebewegen.
  • Het veel en onrustig bewegen van de handen geeft niet alleen de gespannenheid van de spreker weer, maar kan de luisteraars afleiden van het verhaal. Nerveuze gebaren zoals krabben aan je armen of aan je gezicht, draaien aan een ring, strijken over je haren en friemelen aan je kleding kun je dus maar beter niet maken tijdens het spreken. Let er ook op wat je met voorwerpen doet die je in je hand houdt. Er zijn mensen die steeds hun bril op en af zetten, of voortdurend de pootjes van de bril open en dicht vouwen. Dit soort bewegingen kunnen de luisteraars erg afleiden. Ook het klikken met het knopje van een pen of het voortdurend lostrekken en terugplaatsen van een viltstiftdopje kun je maar beter laten.
  • Handen ineengestrengeld Veel verkopers, zowel mannen als vrouwen, grijpen hun eigen handen in elkaar en houden die voor zich, op dezelfde manier en plaats als voetballers hun handen houden als bescherming tegen een hard aangeschoten bal. Adam en Eva droegen op die plaats een vijgeblad ter bescherming van hun edele delen. Vandaar dat soms de benaming 'vijgeblad" voor deze houding wordt gebruikt. Om in de religieuze sfeer te blijven: sommige verkopers strengelen hun vingers in elkaar alsof ze in gebed zijn. Een verkoper die deze houdingen aanneemt komt erg stijf en gereserveerd over. Deze houding nodigt ook weinig uit tot het maken van ondersteunende gebaren.
  • Relaxed maar afstandelijk Uit onderzoek: mensen die zo met elkaar spreken duren de gesprekken korter en delen minder informatie De houding is weinig expressief
  • Actieve luisterhouding, schouders omhoog een sportieve indruk Als spreker nogal betweterig
  • 2 minuten vertel je smakelijk over je lievelingsgerecht zodat het water uit de mond loopt bij je publiek Effect: automatisch ondersteunen met fysieke elementen
  • Transformeren van doelgroep (1 minuut) Flexibiliteit oefenen in opbouw, woordkeus, stemdynamiek en lichaamstaal Vertel over je favoriete onderwerp En tover in gedachten de luisteraar om tot groep 8 basisschool een familielid vakgenoten je coach/ psycholoog voorbijgangers voor je marktkraam
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • In English-speaking countries it is not uncommon for the speaker to begin with a joke, an anecdote, a statement made to surprise or provoke in order to gain the audience's attention, to make people want to listen, to feel relaxed and even tointroduce the subject. This may or may not be appropriate in your country; you areprobably the best judge. Certainly humour is difficult to convey and would not beappropriate in all contexts.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
  • Duration:   5 minutes   Objective   To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! A little bit of fun that can be linked to learning in many tenuous ways!     Instructions   Read the following out and ask participants to follow your instructions.     While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.   Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.   The participants’ foot will change direction and no matter how many times they try they will not be able to stop it.
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    • 1. • Goals • Body gestures • Speaking rate • Voice • Structure • Impact • Preparation
    • 2. My goal today
    • 3. I hate public speaking QuickTime™ en een -decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 4. What do you appreciate in presentations? 1 Structure 2 Concise 3 Speaking skills 4 Enthusiasm & dynamic speaker 5 Humor Enquêteonderzoek Instituut voor Techniek en Communicatie TU Delft onder 1000 Nederlandse ingenieurs
    • 5. Feel !
    • 6. Average speaking rate 120 - 150 WPM Audiobooks: 150–160 wpm Adults can listen with full comprehension at 300 wpm. Average reading rate 300 wpm Auctioneers speak from 250 - 400 wpm Policy debaters speak from 350 - 500 wpm
    • 7. My right foot To demonstrate that we are not always as in control as we think! 1. While sitting, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles. 2. Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.
    • 8. Groupsgroove Everybody makes a noise, melody or rhythmic sound. We don’t speak. Just listen to the hiphopbeat and add your contribution.
    • 9. QuickTime™ en een -decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 10. Body gestures QuickTime™ en een H.264-decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 11. Voice QuickTime™ en een H.264-decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 12. Favourite meal
    • 13. Transforming
    • 14. Voice QuickTime™ en een H.264-decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 15. 7 tonalities “It’s so hard to communicate because there are so many moving parts. There’s presentation and there’s interpretation and they’re so dependent on each other it makes things very difficult.” ― Garth Stein, The Art of Racing in the Rain
    • 16. Words per minute QuickTime™ en een H.264-decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 17. Is Spanish Spoken Faster than English? As far as I've been able to find out, it just seems that way. Although I have read statements that Spanish speakers use more syllables per minute than do English speakers, I have searched in vain for any reliable studies to back up that belief. Even if we knew that Spanish speakers in general used more syllables per minute, that might not mean a whole lot, because Spanish syllables tend to be shorter than English ones.
    • 18. About magic QuickTime™ en een -decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 19. Fastest female talker QuickTime™ en een -decompressor zijn vereist om deze afbeelding weer te geven.
    • 20. Is humour appropriate in your country?
    • 21. Rowan Atkinson“Before I left home this morning, I said to myself, ‘The last thing I want to do before I leave is forget my speech’ and sure enough, the last thing I did before I left, was forget my
    • 22. Tell me
    • 23. Choose a persona 1 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 24. Choose a persona 2 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 25. Choose a persona 3 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 26. Choose a persona 4 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 27. Choose a persona 5 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 28. Choose a persona 6 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 29. Choose a persona 7 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 30. Choose a persona 8 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 31. Choose a persona 9 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 32. Choose a persona 10 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 33. Choose a persona 11 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 34. Choose a persona 12 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 35. Choose a persona 13 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 36. Choose a persona 14 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 37. Choose a persona 15 You’ll hear a music fragment, you choose a persona and act like that persona on the music.
    • 38. Evaluation Insights Next time Confiden ce

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