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    • BEFORE Ideas about Public Speaking AFTER YES NO YES NO 1. Public speaking is concerned primarily in delivering a speech. 2. Speeches are usually long and very detailed. 3. Public speakers cannot change their ideas in the middle of their speech. 4. The entire speech is basically based on the speaker’s experiences. 5. Public speaking develops the critical thinking skills of the speaker.
    • Video 1 1. Describe the idea of the speakers about public speaking? 2. How do the speakers prepare? 3. What are the beliefs of the speakers about public speaking?
    • Video 2 1. What do these speaker tell to themselves? 2. How do the speakers feel before the contest? 3. In the perspective of the speaker, how is the best speaker chosen? 4. If you were a judge what are the things that you will be looking at from the speaker?
    • Public Speaking
    • Public Speaking  a process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listeners  offers an opportunity to make a difference in something you care very much about
    • Why do we study Public Speaking? 1. Exercises your constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech 2. Teaches you important life skills 3. Helps you succeed professionally
    • Similarities between Public Speaking and Conversation  Organizing your thoughts logically  Tailoring your message to your audience  Telling a story for a maximum impact  Adapting to listeners feedback
    • Differences Between Public Speaking and Conversation  Public speaking is highly structured  Public speaking requires more formal language  Public speaking requires a different method of delivery
    • Why is public speaking a unique form of Communication? Time is short Simplification is necessary Points are few Topics are important
    • Assignment: 1. Enumerate 3 types of speeches, and describe each briefly. (9pts) 2. Differentiate the modes of speech delivery. (6pts)