Modes of speech delivery

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Modes of speech delivery

  1. 1. SPEECH DELIVERY IS AN ART
  2. 2. VOCAL ASPECT Pitch Rate Pauses
  3. 3. VOCAL ASPECT Volume Enunciation Fluency
  4. 4. BODILY ASPECT Gestures Facial Expressions Eye Contact Movement
  5. 5. CONTENT/SPEECH Consider the Audience Interesting Introduction Well Organized ideas Well Supported ideas
  6. 6. WHAT IS A GOOD DELIVERY? -does not call attention to itself -convey the speaker’s ideas clearly, interestingly, without distracting the audience
  7. 7. ***Most audience prefer a delivery that combined a certain degree of formality, directness, spontaneity (natural), animation, facial expressiveness, and a lively sense of communication.
  8. 8. METHODS OF DELIVERY 1. Reading verbatim from a Manuscript 2. Reciting from Memory 3. Speaking Impromptu 4. Speaking Extemporaneously
  9. 9. 1. READING VERBATIM FROM A MANUSCRIPT -absolute accuracy is essential -every word said may be analyzed by different people
  10. 10. 1. READING VERBATIM FROM A MANUSCRIPT -practice aloud -establish eye contact -reach your audience with directness and sincerity
  11. 11. COMMON MISTAKE
  12. 12. 2. RECITING FROM MEMORY
  13. 13. 3. SPEAKING IMPROMPTU little or no immediate preparation jot down keywords/ phrases
  14. 14. STEPS IN IMPROMPTU SPEAKING 1. State the point you are answering 2. State the point that you wish to make 3. Support the point with the appropriate statistics, examples / testimonies 4. Summarize your points
  15. 15. PHRASES THAT YOU CAN USE IN IMPROMPTU SPEAKING: “My first point is …” “Second, we can see that...” “In conclusion, I would like to say…” “Finally, …”
  16. 16. 4. SPEAKING EXTEMPORANEOUSLY -means the same with “impromptu”, but it is carefully prepared in advance -speakers only use brief notes/ a speaking outline
  17. 17. 4. SPEAKING EXTEMPORANEOUSLY -prepared ahead of time but exact words are chosen at the moment of presentation -maintains conversational quality
  18. 18. SPEAKING MISTAKES TO AVOID (VIDEO A) 1. Enumerate the Speaking Mistakes mentioned in the video. 2. Why should these mistakes be avoided?
  19. 19. GESTURES AND BODY LANGUAGE (VIDEO B) 1. What are the disadvantages of poor gestures and body language? 2. What are the four types of gestures? 3. Aside from the examples given in the video, give another gesture for each type.
  20. 20. “TRUST IS A MUST” 1. What are the scenarios/events that Ryan shared to support his main point “TRUST IS A MUST”?  2. What is the connection between his wedding and his idea on ‘TRUST’? Support your answer with at least three evidences.  3. In your opinion, how does one earn TRUST?

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