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Wec 8013 speaking skills

  1. 1. WEC 8013 ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION MODULE 1 SPEAKING SKILLS
  2. 2. • 1.2 Communication Skills • 1.3 Public Speaking • 1.4 Types of Speeches • 1.5 Writing a Speech Outline • 1.6 Speech Planning Worksheet • 1.7 Finding a Good Topic • 1.8 6 Delivery Tips • 1.9 10 Tips for Successful Public Speaking • 1.10 5 Steps to Super Speeches
  3. 3. 1.2 COMMUNICATION SKILLS • Communication skills are essential for the successful future career of a student. Expressive Skills used to express our feelings, thoughts and expressions and thus get across our point successfully to the listener. Listening Skills Students should learn how to give undivided attention to a person with whom a conversation is taking place.
  4. 4. 1.3 PUBLIC SPEAKING • Public speaking is one of the most important and most dreaded forms of communication. • In the working world, public speaking is a vital skill to have and to hone. It effects simple, everyday interactions between co-workers, bosses and employees, marketing professionals and clients, etc., and it can have an enormous impact on your career path and your level of success in your industry.
  5. 5. TO WIN OVER THE CROWD An important skill to have in business and especially in public relations is the skill of persuasion or the ability to win over the crowd Mastering public speaking results in an increase in confidence and with that, a cool and collected presence in front of an audience. Be prepared to answer questions, and to speak with poise. For example, in order to express why a certain product is good to a customer, one must use strong enough, convincing language to persuade him or her to buy. A great sales speech will persuade the consumer to want to know more.
  6. 6. TO MOTIVATE PEOPLE A great public speaker has the power to motivate his or her audience to do something, stop doing something, change a behaviour, or reach objectives. As a public speaker, your role is to influence your listeners and create an environment where it is motivated. being able to arouse passion in people through skilled public speaking will motivate your audience to make a move. A mastery of public speaking allows you to relate to the audience and gain their trust. As a skilled public speaker, you become likeable and believable, and you will be able to inspire and even entertain the crowd.
  7. 7. TO INFORM Informative public speaking is a vital component of a successful career across all work fields. Once you have their attention, a good informative speech sharing your knowledge of a subject with an audience, enhances their understanding and makes them remember your words long after you’ve finished. For example, you might be asked to instruct a group of co-workers on how to use new computer software or to address your employees on company happenings
  8. 8. WHY GOOD PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS CAN IMPACT YOUR CAREER AND FINANCES? DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPS AND SHOWS CONFIDENCE INCREASES KNOWLEDGE
  9. 9. DIFFERENTIATES YOU IN THE WORKPLACE HELPS YOU AVOID CAREER RISKS MAY MAKE YOU PROMOTABLE
  10. 10. 1.4 TYPES OF SPEECH INFORMATIVE This speech serves to provide interesting and useful information to your audience. Some examples of informative speeches: • A teacher telling students about earthquakes • A student talking about her research DEMONSTRATIVE This has many similarities with an informative speech. A demonstrative speech also teaches you something. The main difference lies in including a demonstration of how to do the thing you’re teaching. Some examples of demonstrative speeches: • How to start your own blog • How to bake a cake
  11. 11. PERSUASIVE A persuasive speech works to convince people to change in some way: they think, the way they do something, or to start doing something that they are not currently doing. Some examples of persuasive speeches: • Selling a new product or promote a new service • Improve your health through better eating ENTERTAINING The after dinner speech is a typical example of an entertaining speech. The speaker provides pleasure and enjoyment that make the audience laugh or identify with anecdotal information. Some examples of entertaining speeches: • Special occasions • Things you wouldn’t know without the movies
  12. 12. 1.5 WRITING A SPEECH OUTLINE • An outline is a blueprint for your presentation. • It highlights the key logical elements. i.e. what points are being made to logically support the core message? • It highlights the key structural elements. e.g. introduction, body, conclusion, stories, high-level concepts • It links these elements together in a sequence,
  13. 13. BASIC SPEECH OUTLINE The basic speech outline template for structural elements is: 1. Introduction 2. Body 3. Conclusion The basic speech outline template for logical elements : 1. Tell them what you’re going to say 2. Tell them 3. Tell them what you’ve said
  14. 14. The start of a generic speech outline: 1. Introduction — Establish topic and core message; list supporting points 2. Body i. Supporting Point One ii. Supporting Point Two iii. Supporting Point Three 3. Conclusion — Recap main points; summarize core message; call-to- action
  15. 15. 1.6 SPEECH PLANNING WORKSHEET Get Audience’s Attention State The Topic Relate To Audience Preview Main Points 1 2 3 4 INTRODUCTION
  16. 16. BODY OF PRESENTATION • Select three main points you want to emphasize. • A point can be expressed in many different ways. • Repeat an important point before moving on to discuss another point. • Use transitions to connect parts of the presentation. Transitions are words or phrases that allow you to move smoothly from one point to another. • Use stories, personal experiences or humour to add interest and reinforce each point. • Picture words help individuals visualize what you say and keep the listener interested.
  17. 17. CONCLUSION Signal the close Reinforce the main points End strongly
  18. 18. 1.7 FINDING A GOOD TOPIC Focus on finding topic that • that you have some knowledge about, or wish to gain knowledge about. • that you care about. • that is appropriate for the audience and the setting. • Appropriateness is especially important, because some topics simply don't work in a class setting. You should always strive to select topics that will not offend any members of the audience or promote harmful or illegal actions. • Avoid topics that the audience already knows. • Use caution in selecting topics where your audience might have extremely political opinions on subjects like abortion and school prayer
  19. 19. Know what you’re talking about Be yourself Psyche yourself up Work with your body and its physical reaction to nervousness Bond with your audience Get a good night's sleep
  20. 20. 1.9 10 TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC SPEAKING Know the room. Be familiar with the place in which you will speak. Arrive early, walk around the speaking area and practise using the podium and any visual aids. Know the audience. Greet some of the audience as they arrive. It's easier to speak to a group of friends than to a group of strangers. Know your material. If you're not familiar with your material or are uncomfortable with it, your nervousness will increase. Practise your speech and revise it if necessary
  21. 21. Relax. Ease tension by doing simple stretching exercises Visualize yourself giving your speech. Imagine yourself speaking, your voice loud, clear, and assured. When you visualize yourself as successful, you will be successful. Realize that people want you to succeed. Audience members want you to be interesting, stimulating, informative, and entertaining. They don't want you to fail. Don't apologize. If you mention your nervousness or apologize for any problems you think you have with your speech, you may be calling the audience's attention to something they haven't noticed.
  22. 22. Concentrate on the message – not the medium. Focus your attention away from your own anxieties, and outwardly toward your message and your audience. Your nervousness will be reduced. Turn nervousness into positive energy. Harness your nervous energy and transform it into vitality and enthusiasm. Gain Experience. Experience builds confidence, which is the key to effective speaking.
  23. 23. 1.10 FIVE STEPS TO SUPER SPEECHES PLAN PREPARE POLISH PRACTISE PRESENT
  24. 24. ACTIVITIES 1. Identify mistakes made in delivering a speech a. Delivering a bad presentation – spot the mistakes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATfY8dvbuFg b. Bad Speech vs Good Speech ( Focus on Body Language ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcYVqyr1t0c 2. Teacher distributes small papers with different theme on it. Students need to randomly choose the themes and will be given three minutes to prepare their speech. The speech needs to be according to the theme given. Eg : House, Career, Mother

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