Speaking Exercises 1. Introducing ones self to class. (Must be more than 5 sentences)                                  You...
2. Extemporaneous Speaking -Each must come up with a question. -Write it down on a small slip/piece of paper. (Questions c...
Reading Exercises  ●   Read Phonetics  ●   Record Voice (retry and         listen) – 1 hr      at http://vocaroo.com  ●   ...
Phonetics                                      Vocaroo– internationally recognized set of wordsused to clarify the letters...
Practice Speeches●   Look for a speech of your choice at    http://www.americanrhetoric.com - 1 hr●   Record Voice (retry ...
Practice Speeches●   Look for a speech of your choice at    http://www.americanrhetoric.com - 1 hr●   Record Voice (retry ...
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SS2 Pre-Assessments and Last Assessment:
Reading and Speaking Exercises

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  • (30mins - 1 hr) Reading exercises: Read some text contents from SlideShow 1
  • (30mins - 1 hr) Your boss has just told you that you need to work on your extemporaneous speaking. You don't know what that means, exactly, and I don't blame you; it's not a commonly defined concept. So let me explain. Extemporaneous speaking is speaking on-the-fly, impromptu. It's any situation where a client, colleague, or superior comes to you and asks you a question, oftentimes in front of a group. It's the Q&A session after a speech. It's a departmental meeting where the speaker suddenly turns to you and says, "Mary, can you speak more about this?" It's the type of speaking that makes a lot of people break out in a sweat, stammer, or want to run and hide. But really, there's no need to run or hide. ___ A group of 5-6 is ideal. All should be willing to participate; willing to take a turn speaking in front of the group. It's best to start off with positive comments on what the speaker did well and then head into suggestions for improvement.
  • Whenever you have to take down a message and check the spelling of the word, use the phonetic alphabet to check that you have got it right Letter Sound Phonetic Alphabet
  • Be very careful --- To avoid deletion and/or rewriting of recordings Don't write name of feedback writer in paper only the name of the person he/she is writing feedback to Collect papers when done and ask to save recording as MP3
  • CommunicationTraining(V&A) SS2 - Pre- Assessments and Last Assessment

    1. 1. Speaking Exercises 1. Introducing ones self to class. (Must be more than 5 sentences) Your Name Line 1 of Your Affiliation Line 2 of Your Affiliation
    2. 2. 2. Extemporaneous Speaking -Each must come up with a question. -Write it down on a small slip/piece of paper. (Questions can be related to your organization, about current events or any topic you think is relevant and/or beneficial. The simpler the better.) -All slips of paper must be folded or rolled, and placed inside a bowl or any type of container. Write names on another piece of paper ; fold/roll pieces and put it in separate bowl **** Each person takes turn in drawing a question and a name read question out loud, and answer it while standing in front . Your Name ***** Line 1 of Your Affiliation After the speaker has finished, the person he/she has chosen(via names Line 2 of Your Affiliation on folded/rolled paper) will provide feedback.
    3. 3. Reading Exercises ● Read Phonetics ● Record Voice (retry and listen) – 1 hr at http://vocaroo.com ● When done, save recording as MP3 Your Name Line 1 of Your Affiliation Line 2 of Your Affiliation
    4. 4. Phonetics Vocaroo– internationally recognized set of wordsused to clarify the letters of the alphabet. Your Name Line 1 of Your Affiliation Line 2 of Your Affiliation
    5. 5. Practice Speeches● Look for a speech of your choice at http://www.americanrhetoric.com - 1 hr● Record Voice (retry and listen) – 1 hr at http://vocaroo.com● Seat Rotation – Listen to Recording (Each person must write feedback on a sheet of paper after listening – 3mins/seat); Your Name● Submit papers Line 1 of Your Affiliation● Save recording as MP3 Line 2 of Your Affiliation
    6. 6. Practice Speeches● Look for a speech of your choice at http://www.americanrhetoric.com - 1 hr● Record Voice (retry and listen) – 1 hr at http://vocaroo.com● Seat Rotation – Listen to Recording (Each person must write feedback on a sheet of paper after listening – 3mins/seat); Your Name● Submit papers Line 1 of Your Affiliation● Save recording as MP3 Line 2 of Your Affiliation

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