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Speech class Week 2: Preparing for your first speech.


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Speech class Week 2: Preparing for your first speech.

  1. 1. Getting started: Successive Approximation
  2. 2. Projection
  3. 3. A simple start…
  4. 4. Ennuciation
  5. 5. Diction, Slang, anat “No, thank you….I have had a sufficiency, more would be a redundancy. Already my gastronomic satiety has reached its ultimatum.”
  6. 6. overassimilation “I dunno” “Probly” “Havta” “Woulda/coulda/shoulda” “Uzshly” “Gonna” “Wanna” “Cancha”
  7. 7. Let’s validate each other
  8. 8. Introduce yourself. Your first mini speech.
  9. 9. But first….
  10. 10. Let’s do this…..
  11. 11. Let’s try writing out the speech outline. Use standard symbols : Roman Numerals, Capital Letters, Arabic Numbers Write out the major points(four should be the limit) as complete sentences. Think of it as organizing a paper. Outline should be no more that 30% of speech.
  12. 12. Now Create Notecards Number them Give yourself prompts (louder – eye contact smile) Just key words and phrases. One word for every 15 seconds. No more than 20 to 60 key words.
  13. 13. Lets do the “three sides of me” practice speech outline.
  14. 14. 1. Getting Job Email Alerts Once you have created your professional profile on LinkedIn, you can set email alerts to receive notifications of recommended jobs. Students and jobseekers will be able to see the notifications on their homepage as soon as they log into their LinkedIn accounts.
  15. 15. 2. Connecting with Professionals If you have a look at LinkedIn, you’ll be surprised to find out the large number of professionals who choose to connect here. In fact, you can find your friends, co-workers, colleagues, classmates and family members on this platform. And it’s never a tough job connecting with them all. What’s more, you can even import your email list to find out who among your friends is present on LinkedIn. Related: How To Build a Brilliant Professional Network in College.
  16. 16. 3. Conducting Company Research One of the biggest benefits LinkedIn offers college students and jobseekers is that they can check out the pages of their targeted employers. By visiting company, pages, you can conduct a research on the whereabouts of the company, the hiring process and what people have to say about that organization. This kind of company research on LinkedIn can always keep a stay ahead of your competition and increases your employability.
  17. 17. 4. Getting Recommendations LinkedIn also offers a feature through which you can get other people to recommend you. People with a maximum number of recommendations have a great chance of attracting the employers’ attention. College students too can try to get as many recommendations as possible to increase their employability. Be sure to check out How to Get More LinkedIn Recommendations as well.
  18. 18. 5. Letting Companies Find You Today, a large number of organizations look for talented candidates on social networking platforms like LinkedIn. If you have created a good and detailed professional profile, chances are you will attract employer’s attention. And it would really be nice to be invited by companies for your job position you always wanted to occupy.
  19. 19. 6. Connecting with Other Students College students can also use LinkedIn to network with other students. This type of networking gives you a wonderful opportunity to find out how other college graduates found a job or got hired by an employer.
  20. 20. Connect to me and get commendations.