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IED.Oral Speaking

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IED.Oral Speaking

  1. @jmlvoice ORAL SPEAKING Janaína Mendes Speech Therapist Dra. Communication and Voicehttp://smlk.es/1xC3oU
  2. @jmlvoice http://linkedin.com/in/janmendes www.jmlvoice.comTHIS WAY, WE´RECONECTED….
  3. 1. GET MARRIED 2.ORAL SPEAKING 3. GET OLDER 4. TRAVEL BY PLANE 5. TO BE ALONE 6. SMALL PLACES 7. HEIGHTS 8. SPIDERS 9. THE DARK 10.DIE10 BIGGESTFEARS http://bit.ly/svmM5Q
  4. TO BE THE CENTER OFATTENTIONhttp://bit.ly/v0GTFS
  5. ADRENALINE - TREMBLING VOICE - SWEATY HANDS - HEART BEATSADRENALINEWHAT COULD HAPPEN?
  6. THE DETAILS MAKETHE DIFFERENCE
  7. COMMUNICATION PROCESSIT MUST HAVE: - THE WHAT OF THE COMMUNICATION: INFORMATION, CONTENT, THE UNDERLYING MESSAGE. - THEHOW OF THE COMMUNICATION : THE WAY THAT YOU TRANSMIT THE MESSAGE
  8. OBSTACLESTO THE COMMUNICATION - NO VERBAL, CORPORAL AND GESTURE OBSTACLES - EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL OBSTACLES - PHISICAL OBSTACLES - SEMANTICS OBSTACLES
  9. IT´S NOT WHAT YOU SAYBUT HOW YOU SAY IT… DID YOU RECEIVE MY E-MAIL?
  10. http://syl.me/995461 THE MESSAGE IMPACT 38% VOCAL 7% VERBAL 55% GESTURE ALBERT MEHRABIAN
  11. COMMUNICATIONNON VERBAL NATIVE PRETENDING LEARNED
  12. COMMUNICATIONNON VERBAL
  13. EXPRESSIONMEANING…
  14. COMMUNICATIONNON VERBAL “NON VERBALCOMMUNICATION SUPPORTS AND REAFFIRMS OURINTERN ATITUDE. ITS A CORRELATE ABOUT HOW WE ARE INSIDE” worth1000.com
  15. UTILIZATION OF THE NON VERBAL COMUNICATION AVOID GESTURES THAT TRANSMIT NERVOUSNESS, DOUBT OR DEFENSIVENESS USE GESTURES THAS FOCUS AND REINFORCE MY SPEACH READ AND INTERPRET GESTURES AND BEHAVIORS OF THE TARGET: LEVEL OF INTERESThttp://bit.ly/sMwira
  16. WHAT YOUR GESTURESTELL ABOUT YOU
  17. WHAT YOUR GESTURES TELLTELL ABOUT YOU
  18. WHAT YOUR GESTURESTELL ABOUT YOU
  19. ACCUSINGWHAT YOUR GESTURESTELL ABOUT YOU
  20. INDICATEWHAT YOUR GESTURESTELL ABOUT YOU
  21. WHAT YOUR GESTURESTELL ABOUT YOU http://syl.me/3b44ef
  22. INTONATION DICTION INTENSITY/ VOLUME SPEED SILENCEPARALANGUAGEVOICE AND ITS ELEMENTS
  23. INTONATIONIN COMMUNICATION VARIETY: INTONATION WAVES NO CONSTRUIR SÓLO ENUNCIATIVAS EMPHASIS: UNDERLINE KEY WORDS
  24. 1º AMAZING PEOPLE 2º BORING PEOPLE¿DO YOU KNOW WHO IS COMINGTO HAVE DINNER ??
  25. LET´S GET OUT OF HERENOW HAPPINESS SADNESS ANGER
  26. TO PRONUNCIAT CLEARLYhttp://www.worth1000.com/entries/450211/hiding DICTION NEATNESS…
  27. THREE WITCHES WATCH THREE SWATCH WATCHES.WHICH WITCH WATCHES WHICH SWATCH WATCH?
  28. LOW: MAKE DIFIFCULT TO HEAR, CAUSES DISTRACTION HIGH: ANNOYS MEDIUM: PLEASES, TRANSMIT ACTION AND CORRECTIONTHE INTENSITYIN COMMUNICATION http://syl.me/763a78
  29. SLOWNESS: EXPRESSES EMPHASIS, CALMNESS, SUSPENSE, BORING QUICKNESS: TENSION, NERVOUSNESS, ANXIETY, PREVENTS UNDERSTANDINGSPEEDIN COMMUNICATION
  30. THE VOICE
  31. THE VOICEVOCAL FOLDS
  32. VOCAL HYGIENE WARM-UP
  33. VOCAL HYGIENE THROAT CLEARING
  34. VOCAL HYGIENE JAMIE BECK CONDITIONER AIR
  35. http://syl.me/fea7abVOCAL HYGIENE COLD DRINKS
  36. http://syl.me/3e4be7VOCAL HYGIENE FOODS
  37. VOCAL HYGIENE CLOTHES http://syl.me/34186c
  38. HYDRATIONVOCAL HYGIENE
  39. SILENCECONSIDERATIONS… BEFORE/AFTER AN IMPORTANT INFORMATION INVITE TO THE REFLECTION BEHIND QUESTIONS IT SERVES US TO THINK IN ORDER TO MARK TRANSITIONS TO PRESS
  40. THE PRESENTATIONS¿WHAT I NEED TO KNOW?
  41. http://syl.me/95d8a0TO KNOW THE TIME THAT YOUTARGET HAVE TO SPEAK NUMBER AUDIENCE OTHER SPEAKERS SUBJECTS TO KNOW AND FOCUS ON THE TARGET IF THERE IS NO OTHER SPEAKER OR WHEN SPEAKS YOU?
  42. ORGANIZATIONOF THE SPEECH AND PRESENTATION
  43. PUT THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THE SUBJECT EXTENSION OF THE PRESENTATIONhttp://bit.ly/vxnWiC
  44. OBJETIVESWHITHOUT CLEAR OBJETIVES, THERE IS NO EFFECTIVE ACTION CONSOLIDATED AND DEFINE TO NO BE REPEATED http://syl.me/75219b
  45. SUPPORTPRESENTATION A STRENGTHEN TO THE COMMUNICATION SCHEDULE TO THE TARGET AND TO SPEAKERS TO BREAK THE MONOTONY THE POINT IS THE VARIETY
  46. USE THECREATIVITY
  47. MEDIA SUPPORTTHE PLACE CARACTERISTICS SIZE ACOSTIC VISUAL AID
  48. TO PROVE SOUND AN VIDEO OBJECTS TO SHOWMEDIA SUPPORTTHE PLACE CARACTERISTICS http://syl.me/763a78
  49. VIDEO ENPRESENTACIONES .MOV FOR MAC – .AVI OR .WMV FOR PC WIFI - HIPERVINCULO DOWNLOAD VIDEO - ZAMZAR
  50. MEDIA SUPPORTCONTENT AND FORM 1. POINTS/MEAN WORDS 2. BIKINI
  51. MEDIA SUPPORTCONTENT AND FORM 3. ANIMATIONS 4. D0ESN´T EXPLAIN ALONE
  52. Los Medios como contructores de Realidad Social Los Medios de Comunicación modelan el conocimiento y participan en la Construcción Social de la Realidad, creando nuevos significados, legitimando o deslegitimando significados. La influencia es cognoscitiva y a largo plazo.teoría de lainformación.ppt Los medios influyen en nuestras imágenes del mundo y también en la jerarquía que hacemos de los elementos de esta imagen.teoría de lacomunicación Agenda setting: Correspondencia entre agenda de los Medios y agenda delpersuasiva.ppt público. “Los Medios no son tan eficientes en hacernos pensar pero sí en decirnos de qué asuntos tener opinión” (McCombs)funciones de losMedios.ppt IMÁGENES DEL MUNDO Construcción de significados Estereotipos
  53. RESULTSTHAT YOU´LL OBTAIN…
  54. CONTENT AND FORMNUMBER OF SLIDS/TIME
  55. CONTENT AND FORMPRESENTER AND LASER
  56. AVOID MUCH NUMBERS AND STATISTICS INFORMATIONSTHE NUMBERSTO AVOID… http://bit.ly/rLeBgQ
  57. Títulos Tit. Est. Títulos Nac. Títulos Int. Total São Paulo 21 5 10 2437Internacional 37 4 2 1821 Corintians 25 11 1 1092 Grêmio 34 8 4 1012 Flamengo 28 9 3 996 Cruzeiro 33 13 5 825 Santos 16 9 5 810
  58. Valores GJ GM p Q1 360,82 285,42 F2 (Hz) Me 466,16 349,23 0,03* Q3 587,33 453,08 Q1 160,70 156,56 F1(Hz) Me 174,61 174,61 0,98 Q3 201,83 207,65 Q1 195,23 117,09 F2-F1(Hz) Me 273,76 162,85 0,07 Q3 396,20 276,80 Q1 14,45 8,95 Semitonos Me 18,00 13,00 0,01* (St) Q3 20,00 16,45FRECUENCIA MÁXIMA (F2), MÍNIMA (F1) Y TESITURA (F2-F1) EM HERCIOS Y SEMITONOS : GRUPOS MENOPAUSICA (GM) Y JOVEN (GJ)
  59. TO KNOW WHEN YOU STARTAND WHEN YOU FINISH. TARGET: TO CUT OR TO IMPROVISATED TO GET THE INTERES
  60. REPRESENTATIONTO CONVINCE
  61. THE LIGHT AND THE SOUND TECHNICS PROBLEMS
  62. VERBALCOMMUNICATION
  63. I´LL NOT QUIT YOUMUCH TIME…
  64. THE ENDCONCLUDING…
  65. I´M NOT A EXPERTAT THIS SUBJECT…
  66. TODAY, I DON´T KNOWHOW I WAS ABLE TO CAME…
  67. YOU DID NOTUNDERSTAND ME…
  68. TECHINICS OFA GOOD PRESENTATION
  69. PREPARATION AS MUCH AS I KNOW, MORE SECURE I´LL BE
  70. TO DEMONSTRATSECURITY
  71. SUPPORTELEMENTS
  72. SCRIPT
  73. TRYAGAIN AND AGAIN… LOSE THE FEAR: THE PRACTICE MEANWHILE: TESTING ANALYSE YOUR HAND MOVEMENTS, GESTURE, BODY, TONE, DICTION
  74. SAY GOOD AND SPEAKING WITH CALM DO NOT SAY MORE THAN 150 TO 175 WORDS PER MINUTESPEAKSLOWLY http://bit.ly/u7aymp
  75. DRESSINGCOMFORTABLE
  76. QUESTIONS I DON´T KNOW….http://bit.ly/s7CoKb
  77. DRINKINGWATER http://bit.ly/vspDlO
  78. LOOK AT YOURAUDIENCE
  79. KEY POINTS SYNTHESIS I WANT TO THINK, FEEL AND MAKE THE AUDIENCE?http://bit.ly/sg8AeD
  80. ORADOR EFECTIVO STUDY 100 TO SPEAK 10 ASSOCIATED WITH YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE EXAMPLES, ANALOGIES, METAPHORS CARE PROMISEShttp://bit.ly/ueRWEz
  81. FEARPUBLIC SPEAKING PREVIOUS RELAXATION DISTRACTED BY OTHER ISSUES KEEP OUR MIND OCCUPIED NOT REVIEW THE PRESENTATION

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