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  1. 1. The Ar t of Communication: Getting the message across Presented by: Emmylou B. Felimer Asian College February 11, 2014
  2. 2. Quote:
  3. 3. Have you ever been in this situation?
  4. 4. What makes students afraid of public speaking?
  5. 5. What is the art of communication? How do we get the message across?
  6. 6. Objectives: To learn the tips in spontanous self-expression To learn strategies in enhancing vocabulary To master grammar rules To apply strategies in powerful public speaking
  7. 7. 1. Spontaneous Self-expression self-expression to set forth your thoughts, feelings, and opinions in speaking, writing or other art form to show, manifest or reveal an indication of your feeling, spirit, or character (
  8. 8. Communication Model
  9. 9. 1A 1. The first thing that came to my mind when I woke up today is _____________________. 2. One of my goals this week is ___________. 3. What I love about being a high school/college student is ___________________________. 4. If I could improve something in Metro Manila, it would be __________________________.
  10. 10. 1B 1. What I would like to develop in myself is__________________________________. 2. A new word that I learned recently is ______. 3. A grammar topic that I really need to study is ___________________________________. 4. One of the greatest ideas that I came across is _________________________________.
  11. 11. 2. Vocabulary Enhancement vo·cab·u·lary noun vō-ˈka-byə-ˌler-ē, və- : the words that make up a language : all of the words known and used by a person
  12. 12. How do you enhance your vocabulary? Make it a priority to learn new words. Make your vocabulary practical. Start by learning the words that can express what’s most important to you. Find the right word for you and use it. When you’re writing something, use a thesaurus frequently. Learn roots. When you learn a word, use it immediately and frequently.
  13. 13. 2A Know the difference. study - research adjective - adverb admire - inspire shy - ashamed breath - breathe there - their full - satisfied focus - concentrate its - it’s determined - decided
  14. 14. 2B General and Specific words  Specific words:  amble  limp  meander  sashay  stagger  stroll  strut Specific words: babble cajole chat discuss negotiate remark tete-a-tete
  15. 15. 2C Context clues 1. The diamond ring was radiantly shining on her finger. 2. We shopped at the emporium, which is as large as the shopping center, for shampoo and bath soap. 3. The saturated, dripping dog ran in the house after swimming in the lake. 4. In the pirate story, there were the good guys against the buccaneers. 5. An evanescent ring surrounded the moon as it rose. It was there for a moment, and then it disappeared.
  16. 16. 3. Grammatical Accuracy gram·mar noun ˈgra-mər : the set of rules that explain how words are used in a language
  17. 17. 3A 1. After the storm, they got stranded in an island. 2. It is me who loves you very much. 3. I have finished the report before I slept. 4. The people cheered loudly and walking briskly during the parade. 5. Please repeat the instruction once again.
  18. 18. 3B 1. There (is, are) more than 19 million people in Australia. 2. Milk, together with cheese and sardines, (contains, contain) calcium, which builds bones. 3. Fish and chips (is, are) a popular English dish. 4. Neither pumpkins nor eggplant (belongs, belong) to the vegetable family. 5. Each of the articles (is, are) illustrated with pictures.
  19. 19. 3C 1. The committee (has, have) decided to improve park facilities. 2. The local soccer team (plays, play) its games in the park. 3. The band (wants, want) individual lockers for their instruments. 4. The city council (is, are) arguing among themselves about new taxes. 5. Mathematics (is, are) a study of more than just numbers. 6. My clothes (is, are) blowing off the clothesline.
  20. 20. 4. Powerful public speaking public speaking noun : the act or skill of speaking to a usually large group of people
  21. 21. Types of Speech Delivery Impromptu Read Extemporaneous Memorized Steps in Preparing for a speech 1. Topic 2. Outline 3. First draft 4. First draft revision 5. Practice
  22. 22. 4A Be Gentle with Yourself  You can only attract the people, things, and events that match the quality and intensity of your beliefs about yourself. That’s why being gentle with yourself is a pre-requisite for conscious creators. You can visualize and affirm all you want, but if in your heart you aren’t worthy, you aren’t receiving. If you want to let the good stuff in, stop beating yourself up. No matter what. (
  23. 23. 4A Challenge yourself.  The more you move in the direction of things that challenge and make you a bit nervous, the more likely you will find inspiration. You can’t expect to be inspired by doing the same thing every day, following the same routine, working at the same boring job, watching the same boring television shows. You have to decide to follow your passions, engage in the world and choose paths that might make you feel a bit uncomfortable. (
  24. 24. 4C Sample Impromptu Speech topics Explain three uses for a pencil besides for writing. Tell us about your summer plans. Convince us that homework is harmful to your health. Explain how a smart person might not be wise. If you were the teacher, how would our class be different?
  25. 25. 4D 10 Tips for Public Speaking 1. Know your material. 2. Practice. Practice. Practice! 3. Know the audience. 4. Know the room. 5. Relax. 6. Visualize yourself giving your speech. 7. Realize that people want you to succeed. 8. Don’t apologize for any nervousness or problem. 9. Concentrate on the message – not the medium. 10. Gain experience.
  26. 26. References:   steadily/  steadily/   ml  
  27. 27. Thank you for listening!  ~Emmylou B. Felimer English lecturer, FEU-East Asia College Senior Consultant, Speechpower-Esapaña VP for Public Relations, UP Mla. Toastmasters Club