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Presented during the 2010 Provincial Extemporaneous-Speaking Conference

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    Public speaking basics Public speaking basics Presentation Transcript

    • PUBLIC SPEAKING BASICS: How to Drive (a Point) without a License Mark Raygan E. Garcia www.smarkideas.weebly.com
    • Definition & History
      • Process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner: inform, influence, entertain
      • Ancient Greece & Rome
        • Oratory was a component of rhetoric (delivery of speeches); important skill in public and private life
        • Earliest work on the subject was written over 3000 years ago
      Adapted from Wikipedia
    • Types of Public Speaking
      • Informative
        • To impart knowledge
      • Persuasive
        • To influence opinions
      • Ceremonial
        • To entertain, praise, commemorate
      • Impromptu
        • -same- no time preparation
      • Extemporaneous
        • -same- minimal time preparation
      • Debate
        • Combination; Parliamentary vs Oregon-Oxford; structured
    • Parts of a (Public Speaking) Speech
      • Introduction
        • Draw attention
        • Establish connection
        • Provide grounding / purpose
      • Body
        • Elaborate; provide examples, anecdotes
        • Visualize flow
        • Observe coherence, transition
      • Conclusion
        • Summarize points and answer “So what?”
        • Call to action
        • Provide alternatives
        • End with a question/s
    • Stage Presence Essentials
      • Platform Movement
        • 5-step
        • 3-step
      • Gestures
        • “ Boxed in” hand gestures
        • NO Judo chop
        • NO Penguin flap
      • Facial Expression / Eye Contact
        • Audience scanning
        • Let your body speak
    • Conquering Public Speaking Fear (by Dr. Morton C. Orman)
      • Thinking that public speaking is inherently stressful (it’s not)
      • Thinking you need to be brilliant or perfect to succeed (you don’t)
      • Trying to impart too much information or cover too many points in a short presentation.
      • Having the wrong purpose in mind (to get rather than to give/contribute)
      • Trying to please everyone (this is unrealistic)
      • Trying to emulate other speakers (very difficult) rather than simply being yourself (very easy).
      • Trying to emulate other speakers (very difficult) rather than simply being yourself (very easy).
      • Being fearful of potential negative outcomes (they almost never occur and even when they do, you can use them to your advantage).
      • Trying to control the wrong things (e.g. the behavior of your audience)
      • Spending too much time overpreparing (instead of developing confidence and trust in your natural ability to succeed).
      • Thinking your audience will be as critical of your performance as you might be.
      Conquering Public Speaking Fear (by Dr. Morton C. Orman)
    • Exercise: Say It
      • I love you (sad)
      • I hate you (seductive)
      • Get lost (situation: dog is running after you)
      • Come over here (situation: you feel disgusted)
    • Picture Analysis
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