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What is Extempore         • Students expected to speak on a           given topic         • 1-3 min speaking         • A m...
Reason for Extempore         • Projecting self confidence         • Presence of mindwww.rosemounts.org
Guidelines on topic         • Define the topic         • Give examples         • Use opportunity to narrate personal      ...
Some tips         • Start at even pace         • Don’t speak too fast         • Time yourself         • Use simple languag...
Points to remember         • Body language         • Clarity         • Pitch         • Posturewww.rosemounts.org
Types of topic          • Day dreaming to shoes to milky way          • Latest newswww.rosemounts.org
Types of topic          • Day dreaming to shoes to milky way          • Latest newswww.rosemounts.org
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Extempore

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Extempore

  1. 1. What is Extempore • Students expected to speak on a given topic • 1-3 min speaking • A minute to organise your thoughts(sometimes) • Start on a topic as soon as it is given.www.rosemounts.org
  2. 2. Reason for Extempore • Projecting self confidence • Presence of mindwww.rosemounts.org
  3. 3. Guidelines on topic • Define the topic • Give examples • Use opportunity to narrate personal experience • Coherence • Include humourwww.rosemounts.org
  4. 4. Some tips • Start at even pace • Don’t speak too fast • Time yourself • Use simple language • Make short sentenceswww.rosemounts.org
  5. 5. Points to remember • Body language • Clarity • Pitch • Posturewww.rosemounts.org
  6. 6. Types of topic • Day dreaming to shoes to milky way • Latest newswww.rosemounts.org
  7. 7. Types of topic • Day dreaming to shoes to milky way • Latest newswww.rosemounts.org

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