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EFFECTIVE SPEAKING. AIM. TO DISCUSS THE ART OF COMMUNICATION WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON PUBLIC SPEAKING. SCHEME OF PRESENTATION. VERBAL COMMUNICATION INTELLECTUAL LEVEL EMOTIONAL LEVEL NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION BODY LANGUAGE EYE CONTACT TOOLS OF COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING.

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AIM

TO DISCUSS THE ART OF COMMUNICATION WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON PUBLIC SPEAKING

scheme of presentation
SCHEME OF PRESENTATION
  • VERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • INTELLECTUAL LEVEL
    • EMOTIONAL LEVEL
  • NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • BODY LANGUAGE
    • EYE CONTACT
    • TOOLS OF COMMUNICATION
  • EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING
definitions
DEFINITIONS
  • COMMUNICATION
  • VERBAL / VOCAL COMMUNICATION
    • LANGUAGE
    • LAUGHTER
    • SCREAM
  • NON VOCAL COMMUNICATION
    • SIGNAL
    • SIGNS
    • SYMBOLS
    • GESTURES
  • MASS COMMUNICATION
verbal communication1
VERBAL COMMUNICATION

INTELLECTUAL LEVEL

  • ONE IS NOT AUDIBLE
    • PROJECT YOUR VOICE TO THE FARTHEST POINT
    • USE SOUND AMPLIFYING EQUIPMENT
  • AUDIENCE CAN NOT UNDERSTAND YOUR VIEW POINT
  • ABSENCE OF COMMON UNDERSTANDING
    • JARGONS
    • ACRONYMS
    • SLANG
  • CANNOT MAKE OUT WHAT YOU ARE SAYING
verbal communication2
VERBAL COMMUNICATION

EMOTIONAL LEVEL

  • HAVING STRONG COMMITMENT TO THE SUBJECT
  • ONE WILL GET EXACTLY WHAT ONE GIVES
  • AUDIENCE OWES YOU NOTHING
non verbal communication1
NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION
  • SITUATION ONE
    • SIT FORWARD IN CHAIR
    • LEAN FORWARD ON CONFERENCE TABLE
    • SMILES
    • PAYS ATTENTION WITH EYES CLOSED
    • NODDED AT YOUR POINT
non verbal communication2
NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION
  • SITUATION TWO
    • LEANED AWAY
    • CROSS ARMS ACROSS CHEST
    • TURNED AWAY
    • LOOKING THROUGH CORNER OF EYES
    • BROKE ALL CONTACTS
non verbal tools of communication
NON VERBAL TOOLS OF COMMUNICATION
  • FACIAL EXPRESSION
    • IT COMMUNICATES
    • PART OF YOUR PERSONAL TRADEMARK
  • RESPONSIVE EYES
  • POSTURE
    • STAND AT FULL HEIGHT
    • POSITIVE PHYSICAL ATTITUDE
    • GESTURE
effective public speaking
EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • IT BEGINS WITH THE SOURCE i.e. PRESENTER
  • THE SOURCE HAS AN IDEA WHICH JUSTIFIES SPEAKING AND LISTENING
  • THE IDEA IS TRANSMITTED AS A MESSAGE THAT INCLUDES WORDS, VOICE AND GESTURES
  • THE MESSAGE IS CARRIED THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF SOUND AND SIGHT
  • MEDIUM CONNECTS THE SOURCE (PRESENTER) WITH THE RECIEVER (AUDIENCE) WHICH CONSIDER THE IDEA
  • THE MESSAGE PRODUCES A RESPONSE, WHICH THE PRESENTER GETS THROUGH APPROVAL, DISAPPROVAL OR CONFUSION
preparation for public speaking
PREPARATION FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • AUDIENCE ANALYSIS
  • DETERMINE THE PURPOSE
  • ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE
  • RECORD INFORMATION
  • USE SUPPORTING MATERIAL
  • OUTLINE YOUR SPEECH
  • USE OF VISUAL AIDS
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