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Delivery of Speeches and Presenting to Inform
Transcript of Delivery of Speeches and Presenting to Inform
Delivery & Presenting to Inform
Speech is free - make it matter!
Q. What is the Primary means of communicating information to other People?
4 Modes of Delivery
Q. How do the best presenters
make delivery look easy?
How to Use Your Voice Effectively
Q & A
How to Improve your Delivery
You will learn about:
4 methods of delivery
Using your voice
Question & Answer Sessions
How to improve
Identify the Purpose
Principles of Learning
Principles of Informative Presentations
What about Body Language?
Presenting to Inform
You will learn:
The Principles of Informative Presentations
How to Identify the Purpose
The Principles of Learning
Relate the Presenter
to the Topic
Topic to the Audience
Create Information Hunger
Help Audience Understand Information
Help Audience Remember the Information
Help the Audience Apply the Information
Build on the Known
Use Humor and Wit
Use Sensory Aids
Reward Your Listeners
The literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests.
Be Sure of the Quality
Exercise Caution When Using the Words of Others
Be sure Audience Needs the Information
Is Your Information in the Best Interest of the Audience?
The Out Zone
"The word “discipline” has unhappy connotations of punishment and repression."
Origin: late Middle English: from Old French ethimologie, via Latin from Greek etumologia, from etumologos ‘student of etymology,’ from etumon, neuter singular of etumos ‘true.’
alternate, substitute, alternative, equivalent, euphemism
good--bad happy--sad bitter--sweet hungry--full sick--healthy
(other supporting material)
EC (Eternal Companion)
"I think you meant..."
Be In Control of Conversation
#1 T or F: You should keep your voice at a constant pitch for the duration of the whole speech.
#2 T or F: When giving a speech, meaningful eye contact is not important.
#3 T or F: You should always start your speech with a joke.
#4 Which of the Four Modes of Delivery requires you to memorize your entire speech:
#5 A skill that would best benefit a presentation about ballroom dancing would be:
A: Bow hunting skills
C. Numchuck skills
D. Computer hacking skills
The Information Presentation
By practicing their presentation until they feel
confident, look poised, and sound conversational.
Use descriptions on your demonstration