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Public Speaking for MUN 2013

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Public Speaking
MUN
SPEED
Can't clearly understand you
Can't process and follow what you're saying
fast enough
Everyone speaks faster than they think!
Oozes confidence
Control the pace
FORCE YOURSELF to SPEAK SLOWER than NORMAL
VOICE
RHETORIC
BODY
LANGUAGE

For
Key to public speaking
EMPHASIS
1) interesting NOT boring
words that connect you and the audience
Rule of Thumb
YOU
me
I
we
us
Beat
2) Rhythm...
Rhythm to it...
It's like poetry...
Like a song...
On the big beats we emphasise...
we're varying it up...
1) Do you want a bigger JCR? Do you want more socials? What are the biggest challenges you face at uni? I'm here to listen to you. Vote Will for JCR President!
Exercise
'tonight we proved once more that the true strength of our nation comes not from our the might of our arms or the scale of our wealth...


but from the enduring power of our ideals: democracy, liberty, opportunity, and unyielding hope'
Obama Acceptance Speech
2) I do not know the dignity of their birth, but I do know the glory of their death. They died unquestioning, uncomplaining, with faith in their hearts, and on their lips the hope that we would go on to victory. Always for them: Duty, Honor, Country.
The strongest tool is to emphasis certain words
1) Louder
2) Longer
3) Higher
Emphasis does 3 things
SLOWS YOU DOWN
RHETORIC
1) Rhetorical Question
Openings
Do you want a common room for students? Well then become a course rep and change your university…
2) Question and Answer
‘What is public speaking? Public speaking is….’
?
SEX!! or EVERYONE has AIDS
4) Attention Grabbing
5) Joke or Humour
Do lectures bore you out of your mind?
6) Emotive
‘33 million people are living with AIDS as we speak’
Play on imagination
Just do something DIFFERENT
7) Story
Imagine you are an Ethiopian boy walking down the street when...
8) Elaborate
Freedom... Freedom is something people have hoped for, freedom is a word people have struggled for, freedom is a word people have died for...
Attention
Something to remember...
Conclusion
If YOU want more a JCR that is more than just socials … vote George for president
10 million people die every year of HIV- please don’t let any more die…
Don’t let them become another statistic. Donate to Unicef and save a child’s life...
5 Mins to come up with an opening for

-Speech on CLIMATE CHANGE
OR -Election Shoutout for SU President
OR -Speech on the Health Reforms in the NHS or USA
Exercise
5 mins to come up with an amazing conclusion to your speech on

-Speech on CLIMATE CHANGE
OR -Election Shoutout for SU President
OR -Speech on the Health Reforms in the NHS or USA
Exercise
‘Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness’
Tricolon
Brain remembers in 3
Breaking sentences+phrases into 3 parts
‘Government of the people, by the people and for the people’
‘[1]I stand here today humbled by the task before us,[2] grateful for the trust you have bestowed, [3]mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors”
Anaphora
So Instead of
‘Invest with us and see a year of increased profits and extraordinary reputation'

Break the sentence into 2 and begin each sentence with
‘Invest with us and see a year of ‘
...
[1] ‘I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up ....[2] I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia...[3] I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi... ‘ - Martin Luther King
Begin each sentence with the same phrase...
5 mins to make 1 Tricolon and
1 combined anaphora i.e.
Using anaphora three times
Exercise
Listen to and read the speech and note down where you hear tricolons and anaphoras (anything else you can hear)
Obama Yes We Can
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Fe751kMBwms#t=547s
very little can turn you from ....
Define Your Career
or this...
Content
2 Areas
Delivery
Speed
Voice
Volume
Emphasis
Eye Contact
Body Language
Posture
Hands
Movement
Smile
Rhetoric
Openings +Conclusions
Tricolon
Anaphora
PRACTICE
Some Inspiration Then...
Practice
and practice
VOLUME
Attention
Impressive
Hear you
Time for an exercise...
Build emotion
FORCE YOURSELF TO BE LOUD
Body Language
Opening and Conclusion
Voice Control
Tricolon + Anaphora
SMILE
Posture
Confident
Eye Contact
Engages
Puts you at ease
HANDS
Move Around
BODY LANGUAGE

Always aim high, work hard, and care deeply about what you believe in. And, when you stumble, keep faith. And, when you're knocked down, get right back up and never listen to anyone who says you can't or shouldn't go on.
+
Speech is clear
Audience can process
Do you want more hours?
Do you want less pay?
Do you want a company rotting in so much debt that even your job security is more than can be promised?
1) Say at 2 x the speed
2) Say at 1/4 of the speed
3) Say at the ideal 3/4 of the speed
3) Emphasise the important words for the audience
Time for an exercise
Body Language
Rhetoric
Volume and voice control
Intro and conclusion
Imagine you are an Ethiopian boy walking down the street when...
Intro and conclusion
Volume and voice control
Just reading notes and preparing an intro and conclusion
1) Your next crit

2) Your favourite building

3) Running to be course rep for architecture

4) Climate change

5) Anything else you want...
Write a 30 sec opening on either....
2)
LOUD, slow, emphasis
1)
Opening
4)
A few tricolons and anaphoras
3)
Open confident posture, smile + hands
5)
Memorable ending
REMEMBER
=AMAZING SPEAKER
Question and answer?
Rhetorical question
Emotive
Elaborate
Imagination
Actually question them
Humour
Tell a story
Attention grabbing
SLOW
LOUD
+
+
+
+
1 X ANAPHORA
1 X TRICOLON
CONFIDENT, WARM
BODY LANGUAGE
EMPHASIS
CALL TO ACTION
Repeat most important point
Emotive
Thoughtful
Joke
=
STUNNING SPEAKER
The Formula to Success
'Have you ever seen a yellow panda?'
3) Actually Question Them
1) Repeat Most Important Point
2) Emotive
3) Call to Action
4) Humour
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=0Gw0aBVevnU#t=238s
1) Invest with us and see a year of
2) Invest with us and see a year of
3) Invest with us and see a year of
increased profits
extraordinary reputation
Might as well make add a 3rd phrase and make it a TRICOLON
total market dominance
Gets rid of adrenaline
It looks like you're nervous
Body Language
Rhetoric
Volume and voice control
Intro and conclusion
Imagine you are an Ethiopian boy walking down the street when...
Intro and conclusion
Volume and voice control
Just reading notes and preparing an intro and conclusion
VOICE
OPENING
BODY LANGUAGE
RHETORIC
ENDING
Question and answer?
Rhetorical question
Emotive
Elaborate
Imagination
Actually question them
Humour
Tell a story
Attention grabbing
SLOW
LOUD
+
+
+
+
1 X ANAPHORA
1 X TRICOLON
CONFIDENT, WARM
BODY LANGUAGE
EMPHASIS
CALL TO ACTION
Repeat most important point
Emotive
Thoughtful
Joke
=
STUNNING SPEAKER
The Formula to Success
VOICE
OPENING
BODY LANGUAGE
RHETORIC
ENDING
VOICE
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