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  • 1. Public Speaking
  • 2. What is Public k • Another term for large- group communication • Communication situation consisting of a speaker who addresses a large crowd in a formal tone and manner on a subject matter which is of general interest to the audience
  • 3. What is Public k • In this communicative situation, FEEDBACK is restricted because of the physical and psychological distance between the audience and the speaker.
  • 4. What is Public k • It also lacks the spontaneity and flexibility of a face-to-face situation.
  • 5. Requirements for Public Speaking Speaker Listener Message Plan Purpose Record of the interchange
  • 6. Preparation for Speaking Knowing your audience Choosing the topic Determining your purpose Collecting your supporting materials Making the outline Writing the speech
  • 7. Presenting the Speech
  • 8. Modes of Speech Delivery Extemporaneous Speech • Speaker builds his compositions prior to presentation but creates his language during the time of speaking • Talk is made with the final outline as guide. Impromptu Speech • Given without previous preparation • Speaker is asked or prompted for some reason to talk on the spur of the moment Memorized Speech • Also known as Speaking from a Manuscript or from Memory • Appropriate or required in cases where the speaker’s word may reflect the official policy of a business or nation
  • 9. You must complement your message with your body during delivery. Specifically, be aware of your:
  • 10. posture Body movement Facial expressions Eye contact
  • 11. What are the integral parts of communication? Clothes and personal appearance Posture and poise Gestures and body language
  • 12. Clothes and Personal Appearance • Dress appropriately and let your clothes be in harmony with the occasion. • Avoid flashy attires and too much jewelry which may distract the listeners. • Neatness and cleanliness must be observed.
  • 13. Posture and Poise • Includes standing, walking and sitting • One’s good posture should look natural, alert yet at ease, and should allow freedom of bodily movement and ease of breathing. • Posture and poise can give definite clues to your emotional state.
  • 14. Gestures and Body Language • Moving the head, face, hands or any part of the body while speaking • Should be done spontaneously with proper timing to add emphasis to the message • Gestures should be combined actions of the whole body.
  • 15. Basic Hand Gestures Pointing Dividing Describing or imitating Giving and receiving Rejecting or restraining Emphasizing Facial Expressions
  • 16. Tips and Techniques:
  • 17. 1. Remove “Noisy” Moveme nts.
  • 18. is as much to be gained from removing nervous and distracting movements as there is from adding conscious gestures. It may seem counter-intuitive, but this is “addition by
  • 19. 2. Avoid “Forcing” Gestures into Your Speech.
  • 20. 3. Record aVideo of Yourself Speaking.