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Opinion Question: What makes a speaker a good speaker?. Phonation — It’s what gives your voice the power to produce. Includes: . Lungs

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phonation it s what gives your voice the power to produce
Phonation—It’s what gives your voice the power to produce

Includes:

  • Lungs
  • Diaphragm—breathing from the diaphragm, not the throat, produces an effective voice and helps produce a resonant voice; or a full rich voice that is easily heart and pleasant to the ear.
    • Breathing from here will help you speak audibly
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  • Fast talkers

How fast or how slow you talk will dramatically affect how many members of your audience understand what you’re saying!

http://youtu.be/ktYwuw9Mnjo

http://youtu.be/5A1Ek_hp4ZI

http://youtu.be/NeK5ZjtpO-M

  • Slow Talkers of America
pitch
Pitch

Your pitch is the vocal notes that you hit while speaking—make sure your voice is pleasant to your audience’s ears otherwise they won’t listen!

  • Monotone example
    • http://youtu.be/dxPVyieptwA
  • Voice Inflection—Emphasize your words through variation of rate and pitch
    • Pitch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3OkXi5osfU

http://youtu.be/FMhrCoyeRVI

    • Variation
a lesson in voice inflection
A lesson in Voice Inflection

Think about the words you emphasize in a sentence.

Emphasizing the wrong word will make a world of difference!

  • Why did you tell her that?
  • Why did you tell her that?
  • Why did you tell her that?
  • Why did you tell her that?
  • Why did you tell her that?
  • Why did you tell her that?
volume
volume

Learn to control the volume of your speaking voice.

Volume includes the loudness or softness of your voice.

  • http://youtu.be/Yj9Jd2DWXYY
articulation punctuation
Articulation & Punctuation

Articulation—the crispness, distinctness in which we say the syllables in a word.

Punctuation—refers to saying the sounds of a word properly and stressing the correct syllable.

  • Eliza Doolittle

http://youtu.be/AZqESl-0OkA

  • Yoda

http://youtu.be/BQ4yd2W50No

http://youtu.be/wIr1fjjjFQQ