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Tips for presenting a monologue

Tips for presenting a monologue

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    • Monologue
      –noun
      .a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like by a single speaker:  Antony’s famous monologue was spoken at the funeral of Caesar.
    • Tip #1
      Believe you are actually the person!
      To really deliver the monologue successful you must have the emotion of the character.
      Be an actor.. Get into the role. Imagine!
      If you are Caesar, be strong and a leader.
    • Tip #2
      Learn your lines
      It is very easy to tell when people are reading word for word.
      The more you practice the more you will sound fluent.
      Remember to go on; ad-lib if you miss a word. In a real speech the person would continue.
    • Tip #3
      Understand the vocabulary
      Learn what every word means
      You cannot express the word correctly if you don’t understand it.
      Learn how to pronounce every word correctly
      Online dictionaries have this feature.
    • Stop
      Tell someone the first three tips.
    • Well done!
    • Tip #4
      Read the punctuation
      Sentences periods, commas, questions, exclamations. They all affect the way you are going to speak.
    • Tip # 5
      Check out how you are doing.
      Record your voice and listen critically to yourself are you clear, expressive and believable.
      Have others listen and critically respond to your monologue.
      Listen to others how do you compare. What can you learn.
    • Tip # 6
      Practice pronouncing words
      How, Now, Brown Cow.
      The tiger from Niger
      Row RowRow your boat.
      PeterPiper Picked a pack of PickledPeppers.
      Rubber baby baggy bumpers
    • Bibliography
      Monologue: Dictionary.com 13th March 2010 http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Monologue
      Interesting Things for ESL StudentsA fun study site for learners of English as a Second Language 13 March 2010 http://www.manythings.org/e/pronunciation.html
      Ten tips on public speaking with confidence 13 March 2010 http://everything2.com/title/Ten+tips+on+public+speaking+with+confidence
      Top 10 Monologue Tips Written by: Dave AndrewsSeptember24, 2008 http://www.catalogs.com/info/bestof/top-10-monologue-tips
      More Monologue Tips By Jeremy Whelan 13 March 2010 http://www.actorpoint.com/acting-articles/monologuetips-2.html