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  • 1. Effective Speech Delivery
    Kiminari Azuma – ACS/ALS
    2007 & 2008 Champion District 76
    Yamato Bilingual Toastmasters Club
    Fantasista Toastmasters Club
  • 2. Goals
    2
    WHY
    How
    WHAT
  • 3. Why are we here?
    Why did we join Toastmasters club(s)?
  • 4. The mission of a Toastmasters Club
    The mission of a club is to provide a mutually positive and supportive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
  • 5. Why do we make a speech?
    Objectives
    Speaking to entertain.
    Speaking to inspire.
    Speaking to inform.
    Speaking to put the audience into sleep.
  • 6. Projects in CC manual
    The Ice Breaker
    Organize Your Speech
    Get to the Point
    How to Say It
    Your Body Speaks
    Vocal Variety
    Research Your Topic
    Get Comfortable with Visual Aids
    Persuade with Power
    Inspire Your Audience
     Speech Delivery
     Speech Delivery
     Speech Delivery
  • 7. Voice
    Pitch – High or low
    Rate – Fast or slow
    Strength – Loud or weak
    Quality – Rich or monotonous
    “Pause”
    Not New Skills
  • 8. Brain
  • 9. Brain vs. Speech Objectives
    To inspire
    To inform
    To put them into sleep
    To entertain
  • 10. Let’s try!
    10
  • 11. Speaking to inform – How?
    Objective : To inform
    Ultimate Objective :
    The audience understands your information.
    The mission of a club is to provide a mutually positive and supportive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
  • 12. Speaking to inform – How?
    The mission of a club is / to provide a mutually positive and supportive learning environment / in which every individual member has the opportunity / to develop oral communication and leadership skills / which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
  • 13. Speaking to inform – How?
    The mission of a club is  What
    to provide a mutually positive and supportive learning environment  What
    in which every individual member has the opportunity  Strong How
    to develop oral communication and leadership skills  How
    which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.  Why (Benefit)
  • 14. Speaking to inform – How?
    Speaking to the “left brain.”
    Show the logic.
    Show the structure.
    Take adequate pause.
    Stress on key words / Unstress on others
  • 15. Speaking to inspire – How?
    Objective : To inspire
    Ultimate Objective :
    The audience understands your information, are inspired and take action.
    The mission of a club is to provide a mutually positive and supportive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
  • 16. Speaking to inspire – How?
    The mission of a club is  picture?
    to provide a mutually positive and supportive learning environment  picture?
    in which every individual member has the opportunity  picture?
    to develop oral communication and leadership skills  picture?
    which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.  picture?
  • 17. You body speaks!
  • 18. 18
  • 19. Your body speaks……when? Why?
    When you want to get attention….
    When you want to add colors to your speech..
    When you want to show the structure..
    When you want to show the time passage
    When your voice doesn’t work…..
    When your voice is not sufficient…..
    When ….you don’t know…….automatic……
  • 20. What parts of body can you use?
    Head
    Face
    Hands
    Fingers
    Fist
    Palm
    Legs
    ……..
  • 21. What are your objectives?
    Speak to inform?
    Speak to entertain?
    Speak to inspire?
    Speak to help the audience sleep?
  • 22. Let’s try!
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  • 23. Resource 2
    The movie my family and I were watching at that time was “The Rookie”. On the surface, it’s about the oldest rookie in baseball, but on a much deeper level, it’s a story of reclaiming life’s missed opportunities.
    23
  • 24. Resource 3
    Ladies & gentlemen, what do you dream? ...or is the better question: What did you dream, and why did you stop?
    If you have ever let a dream slip away, I’m here to tell you, it’s not too late.
    24
  • 25. How do I practice?
    Video Record
    Peer feedback
    25
  • 26. Ultimate questions
    Is this necessary?
    If YES, why?
    If NO, remove it or change it.
    26
  • 27. Remember……
    Your Voice and Body Actions are…
    Extension of your HEART,
    To enhance your message!

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