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Chapter 2. Building Confidence. Learning Objectives. Discuss what confidence means and how it is a vital element in effective speaking. Recognize the realities of stage fright and how you can appropriately deal with the problem.

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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Building Confidence


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss what confidence means and how it is a vital element in effective speaking.

  • Recognize the realities of stage fright and how you can appropriately deal with the problem.

  • Realize the value of perception as it applies to confidence in your speaking.

  • Implement the planks of confidence in your speaking.


Understanding stage fright

Understanding Stage Fright

  • What is fear?

  • Who gets frightened in front of an audience?

  • When can you get scared?

    • interviewing for a job

    • meeting people for the first time

    • answering questions in class

    • speaking at a community function

    • explaining a task to co-workers

    • ??


Communication breakdown

Communication Breakdown

  • Read Page 29 and answer the 2 questions.

  • Turn in to top bucket when finished and grab "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" book.


Establishing an accurate perception

Establishing an Accurate Perception

  • Perception is how you (or other people) see things.

  • An accurate perception is a tool that helps us learn about ourselves, our objectives, and other people.


Communication breakthrough

Communication Breakthrough

  • Read Page 32 and answer the questions.


Perception

Perception

Perception of Audience

  • Audience won’t see many of your nervous ticks, etc…

    Perception of the Speech

  • Your audience sees you speaking as an opportunity for you to share your ideas, opinions, and facts.

  • Speaking is not necessarily putting on a show. Don’t make the assignment more difficult than it needs to be.


Chapter 2

  • Your Perception of Yourself

    • Recognize self-worth and not fearing failure.


What have you learned

What have you learned?


Planks of confidence

Planks of Confidence

  • C

  • O

  • N

  • F


Planks of confidence1

Planks of Confidence

  • I

  • D

  • E

  • N


Planks of confidence2

Planks of Confidence

  • C

  • E


Student work

Student Work

  • Page 45

  • Read excerpt as class.

  • Reflect on the speech. Explain if you felt his rationale and using personal examples helped you better understand his point. Do you feel the same way that he feels?

  • 10 sentences (2 paragraphs. )


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