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Week 1 Effective Speech rev 9 14

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Week 1 Effective Speech rev 9 14

  1. 1. Welcome to Effective Speech 155
  2. 2. Why It Matters.. https://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/EY7ZA0mM6WPJgsK#
  3. 3. *Handout . ……And The Line-up
  4. 4. http://www.channelone.com/life/school/swf_take_a_seat/
  5. 5. http://www.thepowerofintroverts.com/about-the-book/ quiet-quiz-are-you-an-introvert/
  6. 6. http://www.ted.com/talks/susan_cain_the_p ower_of_introverts
  7. 7. Your “Selfie” Speech Interview* *See Interview Handout
  8. 8. A little about me……
  9. 9. PPrreessiiddeenntt && CCEEOO ooff CChhooiiccee TTeecchhnnoollooggiieess
  10. 10. RRAAYY BBRRAANNNNOONN,, PPHH..DD.. ((AABBDD)) WWWWWW..IINNSSPPEECCTTYYOOUURRGGAADDGGEETTSS..CCOOMM
  11. 11. A little about myself…
  12. 12. This could be you……
  13. 13. Introduce yourself:
  14. 14. Let’s Do Away With Stereotypes Stereotyping – harmful categorization
  15. 15. Our need to connect with others…… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVQ1ULfQawk
  16. 16. Education may fail us at times…but you are the master of your destiny. http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_changing_education_paradigms.html
  17. 17. Self Esteem – Self Efficacy Self Confidence
  18. 18. SSeellff eesstteeeemm:: YYoouu ccaann cchhaannggee yyoouurr ““sseett ppooiinntt””!!  A person with poor self-esteem will feel the urge to put down or condescend to the person.  A person with good self-esteem when faced with a person showing ignorance or confusion or trouble will try and help the person.
  19. 19. SSeellff--ffuullffiilllliinngg PPrroopphheessyy aanndd tthhee PPllaacceebboo EEffffeecctt www.wired.com/medtech/drugs/magazine/17-09/ff_placebo_effect
  20. 20. Placebos Are Getting More Effective. Drugmakers Are Desperate to Know Why.
  21. 21. TThhee ppoollee--vvaauulltteerr eexxppeerriimmeenntt..
  22. 22. ““HHooww hhiigghh ccaann fflleeaass jjuummpp??””
  23. 23. FFaammoouuss II..QQ.. EExxppeerriimmeenntt
  24. 24. SSeellff ttaallkk:: CCoonnssttrruuccttiinngg yyoouurr oowwnn rreeaalliittyy
  25. 25. Tricks to Show Self Confidence #1 DRESS WELL AND STAND TALL
  26. 26. TIP#2 EXPRESS CONVICTION
  27. 27. Speak with Conviction! http://vimeo.com/3829682
  28. 28. TIP #3 PREPARE YOURSELF FOR SUCCESS
  29. 29. TIP #4 AVOID THINKING OF YOURSELF IN TERMS OF PERFECTION OR IMPERFECTION!
  30. 30. DDeevveellooppiinngg yyoouurr iinnnneerr ccoonnffiiddeennccee ((wwiitthhiinn aa rreeaalliissttiicc sseellff aapppprraaiissaall))
  31. 31. TIP 5: ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR FEARS AND EMBRACE FAILURE
  32. 32. Calvin Coolidge  “Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.”
  33. 33. http://www.ted.com/talks/julian_treasure_how_to_s peak_so_that_people_want_to_listen
  34. 34. Let’s validate each other http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbk980jV7Ao
  35. 35. Projection
  36. 36. A simple start…
  37. 37. I didn't say she stole my money - someone else said it I didn't say she stole my money - I didn't say it I didn't say she stole my money - I only implied it I didn't say she stole my money - I said someone did, not necessarily her I didn't say she stole my money - I considered it borrowed, even though she didn't ask I didn't say she stole my money - only that she stole money I didn't say she stole my money - she stole stuff which cost me money to replace
  38. 38. Ennuciation
  39. 39. Diction, Slang, anat “No, thank you….I have had a sufficiency, more would be a redundancy. Already my gastronomic satiety has reached its ultimatum.”
  40. 40. overassimilation “I dunno” “Probly” “Havta” “Woulda/coulda/shoulda” “Uzshly” “Gonna” “Wanna” “Cancha”
  41. 41. Most overused and meaningless words today http://www.askmen.com/top_10/entertainment/top-10-most-overused-words.html

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