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  • August 8-10, 2011 LOGO
  • SESSION ON PUBLICSPEAKING All human communication begins with a source, the who sends an oral to athrough a channel of communication LOGO
  • CHANNEL means….text –mobile phonestate of the nation – voice /seeListening - appreciativeDiscriminatory evaluative
  • Factors that affect SPEAKERS ABILITY to communicate: Attitudes Knowledge Level Socio- Cultural System
  • M E S S A G EIn oral communication- what the speaker says….messageIn written communication ….. the writing is the messageIn painting the picture is the message
  • Speaker needs three qualities Good sense Good character Goodwill towards his hearers
  • The FIRST RULEA. PreparationConsider :Topic interested and well informedOccasionType of audience ( what you will talkabout and the approach)
  •  Have an objective According to purpose Entertaining Speech Informative Speech Persuasive Speech Convince Stimulate Actuate
  • www.themegallery.com Choose your materialsA. ORGANIZE YOUR IDEAS BY MAKING AN OUTLINEIntroduction………….(attention getting) Body……………………..(the meat, major points) Conclusion…………….(summary, appeal when the audience wants more) Company Logo
  • B. PRACTICE Posture Gestures Facial expression Eye contact
  • DELIVERY Communicate your ideas clearly.. ( central idea or theme unifying concept)
  • Get and hold the attention of the audience Speak the language of the audience with clarity Use shock – effect statements Use repetition Say attention getting statements Tell an interesting story/ anecdote related to the subject of your speech Have an animated delivery
  • PRESENTING A SPEECHImpromptu Speech (Requires least preparation) Formulate the central idea… limit to a specific aspect as you want to discuss in a very few minutesOpen with a sentence that says something... Don’t be apologetic. Begin with a BANG….Go straight to the point The body must be unified Conclude on a strong note
  • Manuscript Reading a read speech ( written out and read word for word during delivery,,, solemn,, historic) Memorized Speech Good only for elocution pieces ( should not be used in public address)Extemporaneous Speech( not read nor memorized) Has spontaneity and naturalness Has time to prepare ( know the order of idea for unity organization and clarity)
  • www.themegallery.comSPEECHES for SPECIAL OCCASSIONS1. ANNOUNCEMENTS Give information.. (accuracy, completeness, brevity) Huge audience to attend & patronize it2. INTRODUCTION Provide a link – speaker and audience Purpose –to inform the audience Contain a brief objective speaker’s career description Clearly audible – pronunciation of his name3. WELCOMERefer to the occasion / statusExpress sincere coordination and prideBe brief Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.com4. RESPONSE Reply to a welcoming address Express the speaker’s appreciation Be modest5. PRESENTATION Organization making (know the person) Nature of the gift or the award Brief but sincere6. ACCEPTANCE Express appreciation With brevity and sincerity7. FAREWEL Retires from work About to depart a journey Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.com8. AFTER DINNER Short harmonious9. COMMEMORATIVE Practice in the composition and delivery10. TRIBUTE To a living individual Memorial speech Company Logo
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  • www.themegallery.comSESSION ON PUBLIC SPEAKING Making Impromptu Talks Talk to Inform Talk to Convince Talk to Get Action Presenting an Award Acceptance Speech Introducing speakers Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comMaking Impromptu TalksGuidelines:  begin with an example  speak with animation and force  use the principle of the here and now; draw ideas from:  audience themselves, what they are doing especially what they specific good they perform in the community.  occasion, circumstance that brought you together  indicate your pleasure in something specific another speaker said before you.  Don’t talk impromptu, give an impromptu. Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTalk to InformGuidelines:  Restrict your subject to fit the time of your disposal  Arrange your ideas in sequence.  Enumerate your points as you make them.  Compare the strange with the familiar • Turn a fact into a picture • Avoid technical terms • Use visual aids Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTalk to Convince Guidelines:  Win confidence by deserving it  Get a yes response  Speak with enthusiasm Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTalk to Get Action Guidelines1. Give your example, an incident from your life. • Build your example upon a single personal experience • Start your talk with a detail of your example • Fill your example with relevant details • Relive your experience as you relate Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTalk to Get ActionGuidelines:2. State your point, what you want the audience to do • Make the point brief and specific • Make the point easy for listeners • State the point with force and conviction3. Give the reason or benefit the audience may expect • Be sure the reason is relevant to the example • Be sure to stress one reason- and one only. Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comPresenting an Award Guidelines  Tell why the award is made. Explain simply.  Tell something of the group’s interest in the life and activities of the person to be honored.  Tell how much the award is deserved and how cordially the group feels toward the recipient.  Congratulate the recipient and convey everyone’s good wishes for the future. Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comAcceptance Speech Guidelines  Give a warmly sincere “thank you” to the group.  Give credit to others who have helped you, your associates, employers, friends or family.  Tell what the gift or award means to you. If it wrapped, open it and display it.  Tell the audience how useful or decorative it is and how you intend to use it.  End with another sincere expression of gratitude.
  • www.themegallery.comIntroducing speakersT-I-S formula:  T for Topic- give the exact title of the speaker’s talk  I for Importance- bridge the topic and the particular interest of the group  S. for Speaker- relate the speaker’s outstanding qualifications that are related to the topic. Finally, give his/her name, distinctly and clearly. Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comWorkshop on Public SpeakingPlenary Session: Workshop on Public SpeakingVenue: Main HallDate: August 9,2011,1:20-2:45 PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.com Program of Activity Speaker 1Welcome Address Learning Team A Impromptu TalkIntroduction of Speaker Speaker 1 Learning Team E Speaker 1Talk to Inform Learning Team B Speaker 2Introduction of speaker Learning Team E Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.com Program of ActivityTalk to Convince Speaker 1 Learning Team CIntroduction of Speaker Speaker 3 Learning Team E Speaker 1Talk to Get Action Learning Team D Speaker 1Presentation of Award, Learning Team FCategory 1 Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.com Program of ActivityAcceptance Speaker 1 Learning Team GPresentation of Award, Speaker 2Category 2 Learning Team FAcceptance Speaker 2 Learning Team GPresentation of Award, Speaker 2Category3 Learning Team EAcceptance Speaker 3 Learning Team G Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comProgram of ActivityComments andSuggestions Trainer/Facilitator Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comPublic Speaking It pays to write a good speech Be sure it has a beginning (introduction greeting), middle (body of the speech) and the end (call to action) Make your speech brief (If you are the only speaker-15-20 minutes, if you are the one of the speakers-not more than five minutes) Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comPublic Speaking Listening to your recorded speech can be of help- check speech tone-not too soft-not too loud To introduce a guest speaker-put enthusiasm and pep and make it natural rather than a read resume-curriculum vitae The guest speaker’s dress matters. For men- Barong Tagalog or using a necktie. For women- hemline is right for the fashion of the day Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comThe Art of Making Conversation A thoughtful and kind person answers It takes basic intelligence, a desire to please and a sense of humor to be a good conversationalist Avoid using slang or “faddish” language Conversing about positive topics (good Karma) is well appreciated. Knowing the latest news, significant events will help start a good conversations. Reading about some important topics will be handy during conversations. Complementing the host or cook can lead to new topics in case you ran out of one Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTelephone Decorum Attend the ringing phone promptly. If you will be out advice the secretary when you are expected to be back or how to reach during the urgent call. If you ask someone to place a call for you, be sure you are ready for the call when the called party answers. It is impolite to make the other party to wait. Personal calls are preferred than requested calls if one has the time to do it. Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTelephone Decorum Make your calls as brief as possible. Otherwise set a time and place appropriate for your lengthy discussions. E-mailing chat may be the right venue. If it is personal and needing long conversation time, maybe calling after office hours or at home will be best. Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTelephone Decorum Use your best voice over the phone: sound the best you can be. Be warm sincere, and pleasant. Please speaking clearly and directly is the tight way to do phone calls. Business calls are well planned to include ready notes on details of W`s and H. (what, why, when, where, how) Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTelephone Decorum Telephone Tips: 1. For outgoing calls: Hello, may I speak to (other person`s name) If unavailable: ``May I know when I call back`` 2. For incoming calls: ``hello``, This is (Name), may I help you-( If it is a number) you do not know. 3. If you happen to be person the caller is looking for: `This is (name), May I help you` Company Logo
  • www.themegallery.comTelephone Decorum Telephone Tips: 4. If the person called is not the person requested for: `May I tell him/her who is on the line 5. Before connecting /transferring or referring a call:`` One moment, please Company Logo
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