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Delivery Assistance

  1. 1. Ummm…Uh…Yeah…. It’s kinda like, you know, that… Interpretation: “I have no idea what I’m talking about! How DO you deliver a credible speech?”
  2. 2. Sorry for the delay everyone. Unfortunately, my soundcard is not working on my computer. So this means I needed a little more time to type everything out for you. But the good news is, I cut it down a little because my hands got tired! But first, a note from the Professor...
  3. 3. Ethics and Speaking Specific Purpose Statements Thesis Statements Introductions and Conclusions Organizational Patterns Visual Aids Language We’ve already covered this quarter…
  4. 4. Delivering a presentation verbally Delivering a presentation nonverbal Verbal citations reminder! What are we talking about NOW?
  5. 5. Links provided are for those who want to read more on a particular topic. You do NOT need to read every article about every topic…. Though if you want to, please feel free. One last word of Advice…
  6. 6. Verbal Fluency Topics Preview Volume Pitch Verbal Fillers
  7. 7. For our purposes, we are referring to the degree of loudness or softness of your voice. This can be used to gain or hold attention, illustrate an important point, or simply add interest to your speech. Volume
  8. 8. The BEST way to become aware of your volume is 1) your video and 2) other people. Do people often ask you to “speak up” or use your “indoor voice”? Volume
  9. 9. Louder and Softer Need to work on your Volume? Try one these articles with advice: Four Tips for Better Vocal Projection Or Speak Up! A Guide to Voice Projection
  10. 10. Pitch Pitch is the perception of relative highs and lows in your voice. People perceived as “monotone” tend to have fewer changes then other people.
  11. 11. Pitch One way to work on pitch is to work on vocal scales. A perfect, simple song is the “Do, Ra, Me” song from Disney’s The Sound of Music!
  12. 12. Doe a Deer…? Lyrics: Doe a Deer a Female deer Ray a drop of golden sun Me a name I call myself Fa-r a long, long way to run Sew a needle pulling thread La a note that follows sew Tea a drink with jam and bread And that brings me back to DOE Try the Karaoke Version
  13. 13. “Lift those Vocal Cords!” You can also try some Vocal Strength Training Exercises!
  14. 14. Verbal Fillers Verbal fillers are ANY words we use to “fill” space. Some common ones in the USA are … UM UH LIKE AND NOT FOR NOTHIN’ YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYIN’? SO, YEAH
  15. 15. Like…Your Know Watch Like, You Know by Taylor Mali and ask yourself, how do YOU sound to your audience. How can YOU enhance your speaking style? PS…You can READ the video too incase it doesn’t work at Taylor Mali’s website Like, You Know Video
  16. 16. I see you shiver in antici… 1. Become AWARE in everyday situations 2. Audio or video tape yourself 3. Use a PowerPause – a pause with a purpose! 4. PRACTICE …PATION!
  17. 17. Nonverbal Fluency Topics Preview Appropriate Dress The Podium Movement Eye Contact
  18. 18. Dress Your attire should NOT distract from your presentation. IDEALLY, it should enhance it!
  19. 19. What NOT to wear… For some sound advice on clothing, I would read: Presentations: What to Wear!
  20. 20. Dress Oh and I REALLY can’t stress enough that you should PRACTICE in the clothing you will wear! Thespians have it right- Dress rehearsals DO help reduce wardrobe malfunctions.
  21. 21. The Podium “SMACK” “WACK” “THWACK” I’ve heard it all! A podium can really be useful or it just gets in the way. Here’s a few things to remember…
  22. 22. The Podium 1. It is for your note cards. Don’t lean on it, hug it, balance yourself or do other “odd” things with it. 2. If you like playing the drums with it- take a step back from it to avoid doing so.
  23. 23. The Podium 3. You MUST be more animated from the waist up then someone moving around the room. So now eye contact, gestures and such become even MORE important!
  24. 24. Don’t Rock the Boat! Want some good podium practices…some lectern lessons? Read the below article and watch three good female speakers with and without one! Reviewing those Use- or-Lose Lectern Lessons
  25. 25. This is your use of gestures, space, your body, and objects around you. First and foremost remember that it is your stage! Get it ready before your speak!
  26. 26. I like to move it, move it Remember the story of Goldilocks and the three bears? The porridge was too hot, too cold, then JUST RIGHT?!?! Read more about Gestures in this light… Are Your Gestures Too Big, Too Small or JUST RIGHT?
  27. 27. Eye Contact Are the eyes the gateway to the soul? Who knows…but they DO convey honesty and trust between you and your audience. Solid eye contact is a MUST for most speakers.
  28. 28. Eye see you! Want to increase your eye contact. I say PRACTICE! But here’s some more ideas (that would need to be practiced of course…) 8 presentation tips to make your eye contact more powerful Or think of this a DIFFERENT way… See, Hear and Taste Your Audience
  29. 29. • Author • Title • Date Don’t Forget to VERBALLY cite sources AS YOU USE THEM in your presentation. Include the three items to the left in ANY order as you discuss the material. For example… Verbal Citations Reminder
  30. 30. • Author • Title • Date “As a mother of an active young man, I’m really concerned about second impact syndrome. This is where two concussions occur back to back. They can be severe, as I found when I watched a CNN report called Concussions Steal Player’s Memory by Dr. Sanjay Gupta this past week. He talked about a young man named Max Conradt who WAS a star football player in high school but after two concussions within a week of each other, barely made it out alive.” Verbal Citations Reminder
  31. 31. THE END… All Artwork used under license with