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Public Speaking Training

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Carmen Serbanoiu

on 9 January 2014

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Transcript of Public Speaking Training

Body
expression
The Art of Public Speaking
Voice
Emotions
Logistics
Prepare

Audience & Objective
Delivery
where
why
posture
gestures
Tone
Passion
Volume
Rhythm:
-Alternate
-Modulate
Public Speaker
If you mess up, play it cool :)
Don't focus on your nerves,
Focus on your message!
"The Internet"
or
Dealing with Emotions
Death, taxes and ...
Audience
Logistics
Q&A
Objective
The audience wants you to succeed!!!
"God has made us to be kings and priests, and we shall reign on Earth!
Start carrying yourself as royalty!
Be confident and secure in who you are! "
“I didn't have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” Mark Twain
Voice

Warm-Ups

Breathing
Diction
How to deal with difficult audiences?
Scared of the audience?!

Design clear presentations
Deliver presentations in an engaging way.
Program Goal
Become a good


Design & deliver basic presentations clearly (impromptu speech).
• Design & deliver informative presentations clearly ;
• Design & deliver complex arguments persuasively
• Evaluate & critique speeches insight fully.

Program objectives
(Revelation 5:10)
Prezi
PPT
SlideShare
Pinterest
"Rhetoric is the art of winning the soul by speech" Plato
Don't act in fear, but in faith!
Practice!
Don't fake it 'till U make it, fake it 'till you become it!
Too much body can cripple a good message!
There was a Duke of York.....
There was a Duke of Croy.....


Speech
Structure

Brief introduction
: main thesis

Argument 1
:
- Supporting evidence (statistics, examples, personal stories etc)

Argument 2
:
- Supporting evidence (statistics, examples, personal stories etc)

Conclusion

Dale Carnegie Magic Formula
Let's get to know each other.....
Story
"Nobody likes a smart ass, but everyone likes a good story"
Benefits
Positive results/clear benefits
for the audience
after taking the required steps
Act/ Advice
Clear announcement
of the steps/action
you want the audience to take
An incident
A compliment for someone
Some other evidence
1' min 20'' sec
20'' sec
20'' sec
Total time: 2'' min
Arguments
You have a Secret Friend....
You have the floor!
Types of Speech
Impromptu Speech
Informational Speech
Motivational Speech
1. The Impromtu Speech
"What do you want them to do/say?"
"What's in it for them?"
Practice
2. The Informational Speech
Practice!
3. The Motivational Speech
Debate Rules
What to do with your hands?
Let's get out of our confort zone and horse around!
Good luck with all your presentations!
What is an argument?
An argument is a set of "claims" or "statements".
One of the claims is singled out for special attention - we call it the "conclusion".
The remaining claims are called the "premises".
The premises offer reasons to believe or accept the conclusion.

"Can John read music?"
"Of course, he' s a musician, isn't he?"

(1) All musicians can read music.
(2) John is a musician.

Therefore, John can read music
Example!
What is a GOOD argument?
TRUTH condition: all premises must be true/ plausible
LOGICAL condition: conclusion must follow from the premises


IDEA -> What are you trying to prove? What's the KEY MESSAGE you are trying to convey?

EXPLANATION -> What are the REASONS for your belief?

EVIDENCE -> What specific FACTS can support your claim?
Alternative Argument Structure
EXAMPLE
Pedeapsa cu moartea ar trebui interzisa

IDEA:
Pedeapsa cu moartea face victime.

EXPLANATION:
Sistemul juridic are erori, iar in cazul pedepsei capitale greselile sunt fatale pentru condamnat. O eroare judiciara care se soldeaza cu inchisoare pe viata poate fi corectata in timpul savarsirii pedepsei. In schimb, pedeapsa cu moartea inlatura orice posibilitate de corectare.

EXAMPLE:
Potrivit Amnesty International, 130 de pedepse cu moartea au fost anulate din 1973 pana in 2003 din cauza unor erori. De asemenea, studii realizate de University of Michigan Law School si Northwestern University arata ca din 1989 pana in 2012 in America s-a descoperit nevinovatia a 10 condamnati la moarte, ulterior executarii.

Building a case
Definition
– WHAT are we talking about?

Underlying issue
– WHY are we talking about this?

Arguments
– What are the main REASONS that justify out point of view?

Logical Irrelevance
Factual inaccuracy
Underlying assumptions
Causation
Contradictions

Why are some arguments flawed?
Identifying premises and conclusions
Key Questions
Is this the main point that the arguer is trying to convey?

or,

Is this a claim that is being offered as a reason to believe another claim?

Key words:


Conclusion indicators:
- therefore, so, hence, thus, it follows that, as a result, consequently etc.

Premise indicators:
- since, if, because, from which it follows, for these reasons etc.
Welcome back!
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