SPEAKING SKILLS
First Step To Communicate
Presenter:
Hina Javaid
Lecturer in English
Professional Competency Enhancement P...
Objectives
• to augment spoken communication
• To cultivate the understanding of Second language
• To make the audience re...
The human brain is a wonderful thing
It starts working the moment you are born and never stops
Until you stand up for public speaking
or
for love
• Clip
• A Phobia?
So, is this our problem?
Practices of public speaking
• Lectures
• Seminars
• Meetings
• Debates
• Discussions
• Talk shows
Purpose:
To inform/to ...
Varieties of Speaking/public speaking/oral presentation
• Paper reading
• Memorization
• Impromptu
• Extemporaneous
Factors contributing to the lack of speaking skills
Educational factors
Social factors
Personal Factors
Why are we afraid to speak?
Hesitation is half death of man
I am hesitant and don’t feel
very confident when I
speak…
Stage fright & audience
• Why???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
•Reason is OPO
•Other
•People’s
•Opinion
We doubt on our self!
How are we looking like? Or How do I look like to my audience?
Problem is so simple
You are not Alone
94% of us get the same public-speaking anxiety
Escape? Dejection? Shame?
Truth• They don’t care
• They don’t care
• They don’t care
• They don’t care about
• Your emotions
• Your feelings’
• Your...
Language learning vs. language acquisition
• Language learning is a life long process
Language acquisition
• Acquiring a l...
Differences Between First and Second LanguageAcquisition/Learning
Always acquired
Continual input/interaction with
caregiv...
English Language phobia
Bilingual?
Tri-lingual?
Or not even able to be called
lingual?
English Language imperialism
Errors vs. mistakes
Pronunciation confusion
Practice:
Modern
Pattern
precious
Genre
Faculty
Bonjour
Western
Data
Schedule
pizza
Inter-Language
A stage in second language acquisition when some rules of target language
are learned and
• Overgeneralized...
Social rebuke
I Can Speak
English
• Lack of knowledge
• Lack of vocabulary
• Lack of motivation
• Lack of confidence
• Fear of people
• Lack of interest
Communicative approach to Speaking
Speaking English/Spoken English
Vocabulary
& diction
Syllables
identificatio
n
Stress
practice
pronunciation
Accent &
acce...
Do public chattering
Feeling
Motivated?
Can you feel some spark in your brain?
Do you realize your deficiencies now?
Rise, Get up and never give up
Thanks
Questions are welcomed
Internet help
• http://stuff2note.blogspot.com/2009/04/public-speaking-for-college-and-
career.html
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
Speaking skills presentation by hina 2
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  1. 1. SPEAKING SKILLS First Step To Communicate Presenter: Hina Javaid Lecturer in English Professional Competency Enhancement Program for Faculty members, 2013
  2. 2. Objectives • to augment spoken communication • To cultivate the understanding of Second language • To make the audience realize the problems behind the deficiency or lack of speaking proficiency
  3. 3. The human brain is a wonderful thing It starts working the moment you are born and never stops
  4. 4. Until you stand up for public speaking or for love
  5. 5. • Clip
  6. 6. • A Phobia? So, is this our problem?
  7. 7. Practices of public speaking • Lectures • Seminars • Meetings • Debates • Discussions • Talk shows Purpose: To inform/to educate To persuade To entertain
  8. 8. Varieties of Speaking/public speaking/oral presentation • Paper reading • Memorization • Impromptu • Extemporaneous
  9. 9. Factors contributing to the lack of speaking skills Educational factors Social factors Personal Factors
  10. 10. Why are we afraid to speak? Hesitation is half death of man I am hesitant and don’t feel very confident when I speak…
  11. 11. Stage fright & audience • Why???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
  12. 12. •Reason is OPO •Other •People’s •Opinion
  13. 13. We doubt on our self! How are we looking like? Or How do I look like to my audience?
  14. 14. Problem is so simple
  15. 15. You are not Alone 94% of us get the same public-speaking anxiety Escape? Dejection? Shame?
  16. 16. Truth• They don’t care • They don’t care • They don’t care • They don’t care about • Your emotions • Your feelings’ • Your personality problems • Your anxieties • Your hopes They are so much self absorbed. Thinking something like
  17. 17. Language learning vs. language acquisition • Language learning is a life long process Language acquisition • Acquiring a language through a subconscious process during which we are unaware of grammatical rules • The natural way of acquiring mother tongue/native language • Requires a source of natural communication • Does not require extensive use of conscious grammatical rules and tedious drills Language learning • Direct instructional based conscious process of learning a new language • Conscious knowledge of the new language and learners can talk about that knowledge • form is of greater importance than communication • objective is for the student to understand the structure and rules of the language through the application of intellect and logical deductive reasoning
  18. 18. Differences Between First and Second LanguageAcquisition/Learning Always acquired Continual input/interaction with caregiver No emotional barrier No explicit methodology Motivation to comprehend No inter-language 1st Language Usually learned Sporadic(irregular) interaction May be emotional barrier Focus on method May be less motivated Reliance on inter-language 2nd Language
  19. 19. English Language phobia Bilingual? Tri-lingual? Or not even able to be called lingual?
  20. 20. English Language imperialism
  21. 21. Errors vs. mistakes
  22. 22. Pronunciation confusion Practice: Modern Pattern precious Genre Faculty Bonjour Western Data Schedule pizza
  23. 23. Inter-Language A stage in second language acquisition when some rules of target language are learned and • Overgeneralized and transferred from first language to second language First child: Myself lied to mom! I am liar Second child : No, say, I lied to mom! First child: You are a big liar than me. It was me who lied to mom!
  24. 24. Social rebuke
  25. 25. I Can Speak English
  26. 26. • Lack of knowledge • Lack of vocabulary • Lack of motivation • Lack of confidence • Fear of people • Lack of interest
  27. 27. Communicative approach to Speaking
  28. 28. Speaking English/Spoken English Vocabulary & diction Syllables identificatio n Stress practice pronunciation Accent & accent reduction Tone & intonation Fluency & rhythm Non-verbal communication
  29. 29. Do public chattering
  30. 30. Feeling Motivated? Can you feel some spark in your brain? Do you realize your deficiencies now?
  31. 31. Rise, Get up and never give up
  32. 32. Thanks Questions are welcomed
  33. 33. Internet help • http://stuff2note.blogspot.com/2009/04/public-speaking-for-college-and- career.html
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