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Workshop on tips for public speaking school students

  1. 1. By ZAINI ABDUL WAHAB 2015
  2. 2.  Prerequisites  Tips to SPEAK  Tips to PRESENT
  3. 3. •SellingS •PromotingP •ExpressionE •AttitudeA •KnowledgeK
  4. 4. Read this sentence in different type of intonation and emotion “TODAY IS SATURDAY AND I WILL BE AT SCHOOL”
  5. 5. 1. Dress up! -dress the way will make you look at your best 2. Set up the pace! – walk 25% faster than you normally would! 3. Watch your posture!-Sit/stand up right with head up & your shoulder back & make eye contact 4. Personal advertisement- write great things about you & read it to yourself 5. Practice gratitude – things you are proud of & grateful for to train you to stay focused & positive
  6. 6. 6. Compliment others – disengage from negative influences of other people by paying them compliments 7. Sit up front!- sit in front rows to practice allaying fears of being notice by others 8. Speak up! Set personal targets to speak up your mind in front of others at suitable time 9. Exercise! – to achieve physical fitness that will make you feel better about your abilities 10.Focus on contributing- what you can contribute instead what you can’t!
  7. 7.  YOU…. › Will stand among the rest › Will be noticed › Will be remembered › Will create positive impression & good reputation › Will have positive impacts in career  Reflect your credentials
  8. 8. Formal attire is for everyone as a part of the international business language
  9. 9.  BLACK—color of authority  RED—good for confidence  BROWN—denotes reliability  GREY—shows dependability  Pastels are best worn for accents such as blouses & scarves - they suggest lack of credibility
  10. 10.  May be the biggest part of effective workplace communication  It “tells”—gestures and facial expressions tell the listener what you are thinking or what your attitude is regardless of what you are verbalizing  Hidden signals conveyed by your body  The ‘smile’ factor, building posture, facial expressions & eye contact & gestures
  11. 11.  Act confident & feel confident  Confident vs. Cocky
  12. 12.  Smile  Stay still & firm
  13. 13.  Basic grooming › Suitable, "Safe” & comfortable  Move slower › Body movement › When you speak
  14. 14.  When we speak, our listeners get an impression of how we feel from our tone of voice  We can sound pleasant & friendly, angry & upset, or irritated & frustrated  Need to be cautious about the tone we use, so that we convey our message effectively  How do you want to be perceived?  Do you let your underlying emotions interfere in your daily conversations with others? › If you do, then you may be sending the wrong messages!
  15. 15.  Our melody is more controlled › we can stress important words with less up & down with pitch changes  Our speaking volume may be louder
  16. 16.  Our up &down pitch when stressing words is more extreme - we tend to make higher pitch changes  A quieter voice will signal a less aggressive tone  When we are happy, we generally smile when we speak - people can hear it! Use your smile as much as you can to help your speech sound more pleasing to others!
  17. 17.  Find the right theme for your listeners  Structure your plan so that you can deliver on that theme persuasively  Adapt to listeners’ reactions as you speak
  18. 18.  Be in a group  Pick a topic  Discuss key points to present for each item  Title  Definition  Description › The importance  Discussion › Pros & Cons  Observations  Recommendations  Conclusions
  19. 19. The Start •Preparing •Introducing The Talk •Presenting •Body Languages - movement, face & hand •Positioning The End •Concluding •Closing
  20. 20.  Greet your audience  Get into position, stand firm & introduce yourself Introduce briefly who you are, team members & your product/project  refer the first page your presentation aids(Power points/Videos)
  21. 21.  “Invite” the audience to be “with” you throughout your presentation  Show some inviting gestures with you hands & face expressions
  22. 22.  Refer your group’s topic  List 3 important things about it  Greet the audience and introduce your topic!
  23. 23. Examples of face expression & hand gesture…”inviting” You need to seriously consider this You must pay attention too I speak based on my own experience
  24. 24. Examples of face expression & hand gesture…to explain from conceptual ideas to details Look at the big picture How this will affect you This is exactly where you need to pay
  25. 25. This is how… Let’s walk through this Please share with me how do you feel…
  26. 26.  Present your topics  Stress the key points with hand gestures and face expressions
  27. 27. Use the space available for some movements to connect the audience with you thru some hand gestures and presentation aids
  28. 28.  Be dynamic and synchronized with presentation aids used at the screen
  29. 29.  Continue to present your group’s topic  Make some movement while speaking
  30. 30. I do hope that we have managed to demonstrate to you how effective is our proposal and now we leave it to your wisdom to decide
  32. 32.  Continue to present your group’s topic  Finish it with the conclusion with the final message
  33. 33. Observations and final discussion.

Notas del editor

  • Read this in different type of intonation and emotion

    Happy….sad….not interested…angry

  • • Find the right theme for your listener – in the case of the main theme around which you are talking, it is extremely helpful if you have a pithy and punchy headline which sums up your topic. This may sound
    obvious but even at this initial stage you should be engaging your creative right brain. What will add colour, imagination and excitement to your words? Get creative and find a headline that stimulates your listener curiosity, so that they arrive in an inquisitive frame of mind.
    • Structure your plan so that you can deliver on that theme persuasively – As to how to structure your words, this is even more critical for anyone who wants to be able to improvise. The reality is that when it comes to thinking on your feet, your plan will help with engagement by imposing order on your communication. And the three essential planks of your planning process are to define the central core of your topic, to separate ideas out distinctly from one another, and to create momentum in your words so that you move your listeners smoothly from point A to B to C.
    Adapt to listeners’ reactions as you speak – don’t slavishly prepare a script; rather base your communication around the knowledge you have, ask questions and trust that it is in the interaction that the power and memorability of presentation occurs.
  • Observation and final discussion.