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EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING ENGL C353. PUBLIC SPEAKING -AN OVERVIEW. WHY EPS COURSE. Communication skills including PS ranked 1 st –Personal qualities of college graduates sought by employers Such skills –importance across the board

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why eps course
WHY EPS COURSE
  • Communication skills including PS ranked 1st –Personal qualities of college graduates sought by employers
  • Such skills –importance across the board
  • Promotion– even in specialized fields– these skills are important
  • Brilliant ideas—if you can’t get them across—your brains won’t get you anywhere
  • To get to the top—one to one—before a group - make presentation– convincing & believable
assignments
Assignments
  • Personal Profile
  • Group Discussion
  • Team Presentation
  • Debate
  • Interview
  • A Speech on a Special Occasion
  • Impromptu
  • Extempore
  • Conference Address
  • Outline (Written)
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“if all my talents and powers were to be taken from me by some inscrutable providence ,and I had my choice of keeping but one, I would unhesitatingly ask to be allowed to keep the power of speaking, for through it I would quickly recover all the rest.”

Daniel Webster

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Powerful Public Speaking can catapult your confidence and thrust you into a position of leadership and authority.

public speaking
PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • It is a unique art as both the artist and the medium are in one that is the speaker.
  • A successful speaker achieves the goals of expression ,listener satisfaction and desired rewards.
goals of speaking
GOALS OF SPEAKING
  • Persuade people to do something that you feel is right.

Eg:-Persuading all the parents for vaccinating their children to fightagainst polio.

  • Informing people about things that they do not know.
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Eg:-

Informing about the benefits of a new scheme brought into the organization.

  • Entertaining people to make them feel happy and good.

Eg:-

A witty speech at a party.

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Expressing your ideas

you have to organize your speech before speaking

  • Gratifying the listeners

persuade the people in such a manner that they follow your advice.

  • Gaining rewards

boost your confidence and credibility

similarities
SIMILARITIES
  • Direct
  • Spontaneous
  • Multiple ways and channels
  • Organization of thoughts
  • Adaptation according to the feedback
dissimilarities
DISSIMILARITIES

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Compelling and persuasive

Tuned to audience

Clearly defined goals and roles

Carefully planned and organized

Structured

CONVERSATION

Comfortable and easy

May or may not

Not necessary

Spontaneous and casual in nature

Unstructured

critical thinking
CRITICAL THINKING
  • It is a focused and organized thinking .
  • It is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying ,analyzing ,synthesizing or evaluating the information generated by various sources.
  • The quality of thinking depends on the depth of experience in a given domain of thinking. The development of critical thinking skills is a life-long endeavor.
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Observation
  • Experience
  • Reflection
  • Reasoning
  • Communication
dimensions of critical thinking
DIMENSIONS OF CRITICAL THINKING

1. AFFECTIVE STRATEGIES:-

  • Independent thinking
  • Intellectual courage
  • Intellectual perseverance
  • Confidence
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2. COGNITIVE STRATEGIES:-

(MACRO ABILITIES)

  • Creating beliefs
  • Clarifying and analyzing
  • Questioning and evaluating
  • Generating solutions
  • Reading and listening critically
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3. COGNITIVE STRATEGIES:-

(MICRO SKILLS)

  • Comparing and contrasting
  • Precise thinking
  • Making interpretations, inferences and predictions
  • Finding contradictions ,implications andconsequences
factors affecting speaker s credibility
FACTORS AFFECTING SPEAKER’S CREDIBILITY
  • Sociability
  • Dynamism
  • Physical attractiveness
  • Expertise
  • Consistency
  • Honesty
  • Concern for the message and the listeners
tips for building credibility
TIPS FOR BUILDING CREDIBILITY
  • Good organization.
  • Appropriate , clear and vivid language.
  • Fluent and dynamic delivery with strong evidence.
  • Cogent reasoning.
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Personal Profile:

I am ______. I am from _____ part of India. I pursued my early education from _______. I developed interest in ______ and fulfilled my dream of becoming an ______ by enrolling in ________.

Experiences (Projects)

Achievements

Traits (Strengths and Weaknesses)

Other interests

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