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Haishuo Lee on Speech

  1. 1. Haishuo Lee on Speech Haishuo Lee
  2. 2. Why Learn Speech?
  3. 3. Speech = The Art ofMass Control
  4. 4. What will be included?
  5. 5. What will NOT be included?
  6. 6. The CD of SpeechContent + Delivery
  7. 7. Content
  8. 8. Start by Imitating
  9. 9. Speech Analysis
  10. 10. Example:Audience Analysis
  11. 11. [Audience Analysis]Yes! We can! Barack Obama
  12. 12. Who isJon Favreau?
  13. 13. Background
  14. 14. The Election of America
  15. 15. Senator Clinton = Hilary Clinton
  16. 16. A new race orA new gender
  17. 17. New Hampshire
  18. 18. AudienceAnalysis
  19. 19. Know “who”you are talking to
  20. 20. Make your stories reach deep into their hearts!
  21. 21. How?
  22. 22. The Power of Empathy
  23. 23. It’s not aboutwhat your say. It’s abouthow they feel!
  24. 24. Questions:What they have been through? How do they feel about it? What’s the connection?
  25. 25. The analysis of Yes! We can!
  26. 26. It was a creed written intothe founding documentsthat declared the destiny ofa nation
  27. 27. 1776 The Creation ofThe Declaration of Independence
  28. 28. It was whispered by slavesand abolitionists as theyblazed a trail towardfreedom through thedarkest of nights.
  29. 29. 1861The Emancipation Proclamation
  30. 30. It was sung by immigrantsas they struck out fromdistant shores and pioneerswho pushed westwardagainst an unforgivingwilderness.
  31. 31. 1839-1889West Pioneer Period
  32. 32. It was the call of workers who organized
  33. 33. 1890Worker Union
  34. 34. women who reached forthe ballot;
  35. 35. 1893Woman Suffrage (Vote Right)
  36. 36. a President who chose themoon as our new frontier
  37. 37. 1969 MoonLanding
  38. 38. a King who took us to the mountaintop and pointed the way to the Promised Land.
  39. 39. 1963I have a dream By M. L. King
  40. 40. What’sin common among these stories?
  41. 41. They all fightthrough difficulties
  42. 42. Application
  43. 43. Whom are you speaking to in a speech contest?
  44. 44. Judges!
  45. 45. How old are they?
  46. 46. What kind of stories will make a sure-fire?
  47. 47. What kind of stories canalways hit most people?
  48. 48. Think, then talk.Let your audience hear what they want to hear.
  49. 49. Script Writing
  50. 50. Discussion First Draft Revision x NFinal (7 days at least)
  51. 51. Oneideaonly
  52. 52. Use: Mental movie Simile/MetaphorsExamples in daily life
  53. 53. has no limitation
  54. 54. Structure:Thesis statement Experience Conclusion
  55. 55. Why experience?1. Emotion touches people 2. Easier to memorize 3. Body language
  56. 56. Most Common Mistake:Start to Write on Paper
  57. 57. A speech for the ear
  58. 58. Recorder Draft
  59. 59. Things to Avoid
  60. 60. Why not memorize the script: 1. Audience will find out 2. Bad for impromptu 3. Ties up body language
  61. 61. Always a scriptby the speaker
  62. 62. Themes to Avoid
  63. 63. Movie = bad choice
  64. 64. Novel= badchoice
  65. 65. Speech= badchoice
  66. 66. Delivery
  67. 67. On Facial Expression
  68. 68. Facial Expressions
  69. 69. 1. Anchor Practice
  70. 70. 7 CommonEmotions of Men
  71. 71. Anger
  72. 72. Disgust
  73. 73. Fear
  74. 74. Happy
  75. 75. Sad
  76. 76. Scorn
  77. 77. Surprise
  78. 78. 2. Mirror Practice
  79. 79. 3. Guessing Game
  80. 80. On Stage Fright
  81. 81. StageFright
  82. 82. But, People Hate to Speak! Speaking to a Group 17% Heights 18% 41% Insects Finantial Problem19% Deep Water Sickness 32% 20% Death Flying 24% 23%
  83. 83. Speech as a gift
  84. 84. Stage time = everything
  85. 85. Stranger Practice
  86. 86. Eye Contact
  87. 87. DirectionPractice
  88. 88. ZigzagPractice
  89. 89. Glass trick
  90. 90. Vocal Variety
  91. 91. Volume Speed Pause
  92. 92. Lake Practice
  93. 93. Join a Choir
  94. 94. Gestures
  95. 95. Speech is not Drama
  96. 96. Other than Speakers
  97. 97. “Proper” hair style
  98. 98. Costume
  99. 99. Transformer Practice
  100. 100. FinalRecommendations
  101. 101. 1. Join a theater
  102. 102. Interaction with others
  103. 103. Stage usage
  104. 104. Master the Props
  105. 105. 2. Belike aCook
  106. 106. 3. Wait for theSpotlight
  107. 107. Before We Go…
  108. 108. Million Dollar Questions
  109. 109. Beforethe Contest
  110. 110. #1 If you had to sum up the messageof your speech in one or two briefsentences, what would it be? haishuolee@gmail.com
  111. 111. #2 What will the audience be compelledto think, feel, or do differently aftertheyve heard your speech? haishuolee@gmail.com
  112. 112. Afterthe Contest
  113. 113. • 1. Were you happy with your speech and the way you delivered it?• 2. Is this the highest level that you have achieved?• 3. Was it a fair result in your opinion and the opinion of your friends?
  114. 114. Resources
  115. 115. TED
  116. 116. AR
  117. 117. TM
  118. 118. Reference
  119. 119. Picture used (all C.C. Authorized from flickr):Emotion: Mc Knoell Hair style: London College of FashionMovie: Andrei Z short coursesNovel: duncan Spot light: Andrew MasonSpeech: Kheel Center, Cornell University Eye contact: drewleavyEye: notsogoodphotography Glasses: SheepGuardingLlamaear: Menage a Moi Choir: tracy out westrecorder: readerwalker lake: OdalaighChef: Vanessa Pike-Russell transformer: Daniel SemperOne way: danieljohnsonjr zigzag: chrisinplymouthImagination: HNBD Common Expressions:Theater Prop: mrMark: Anger: chexedTheater: DeSales University Happy: KoshykNervous: andres.thor Surprise: Jeremy BrooksCostume: gtrwndr87 Fear: Christi NielsenGesture: Justin Sloan Sad: Capt. TimStage: allert Disgust: Jeremy BrooksInteraction: BTO Educational Scorn: Mr JadedGift: Maeflower72Pedestrian: UrbanGrammarMicrophone: visual.dichotomy
  120. 120. Picture used:Jon Favreau: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Favreau_(speechwriter)Hillary Rodham Clinton: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hillary_clintonUnited States Declaration of Independence:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Declaration_of_IndependenceEmancipation Proclamation:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Emancipation_ProclamationWestern (genre): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_(genre)Womens suffrage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s_suffrageUtility Workers Union of America:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utility_Workers_Union_of_AmericaApollo 11: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1969_moon_landingI Have a Dream: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_have_a_dream
  121. 121. Q&A

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