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Rehearsals usually follow after the director and the group has had a preliminary discussion of the literary work to be interpreted. Remember that choric interpretation is not a matter of voices alone, but it also involves the use of the body and gestures during the choral interpretation.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +1 votes | 2 comments
In choosing materials for choral verse speaking, the group must remember that the range of materials suitable for choric interpretation is wide. Voices may either be light or dark. This use of light or dark voice refers not to the pitch but to the resonance of the voices.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 0 comments
Practice using laser pointers or similar tools just prior to using them. Sometimes batteries or bulbs need replacing. The time to do this is before your presentation begins. Don't recycle a presentation for an audience that heard you speak a short time ago. Write new material. Refer to key points, but offer new illustrations to make them stick.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +7 votes | 2 comments
Arrive prepared. If necessary arrive early to check on the room and your equipment (such as microphone and projector). Know your material. Don't plan to read a recycled speech to your audience. The only time reading is permissible is when you're reading a short quote.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +5 votes | 1 comments
Since choric interpretation is a group work, acting together as one, there is the need for a director to direct the rehearsals of the group. Usually, the chorus is made up of twenty members which is the ideal number for choric group performance. The director usually divides this group into voices made up of girl's high, medium, and low and of boy's high, medium, and low.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +4 votes | 1 comments
Choral verse speaking is group performance of poetry where the group reciting in unison interprets the fullest meaning and conveys the fullest measure of the poet's thoughts and feelings embodied in his poems. Choral verse speaking or choric interpretation, as a form of literary interpretation of poetry involves a director and a group.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 3 comments
Remember that interviews take many forms - from casual conversation to the job application. For this reason, it is difficult to classify all of them. There are two types of interview: the private interview and the public interview.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 2 comments
Developing skills in interview as a specialized form of public speaking is a must for all would-be young professionals, who, after graduating from college, will certainly apply for a job.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +5 votes | 4 comments
To be chosen as the Master of Ceremony of a special occasion is not only fun but it also gives you the opportunity to give enjoyment to the audience. You are chosen to be the speaker at a graduation ceremony. For this reason, you must learn some valuable hints in preparing and delivering a speech for this special occasion.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 3 comments
When you're recycling a speech, you'll want to be sure to omit nothing that would impede logical flow. And you'll want to be sure not to add extraneous material. In order to recycle visual aids, it's essential to keep them in pristine condition. One way to keep materials in top condition is to store them with care.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +4 votes | 1 comments
There may be some moments when you may be asked to conduct the wedding reception or speak on this occasion as you have been requested by either the parents of the newly-wedded couple or by the bride and groom themselves to speak on their behalf.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 2 comments
We all care what people think of us. Being well thought of impels people to action. The reputation we have determines to a very large extent our position in society. Hence, our actions will affect our reputation in our society.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +4 votes | 4 comments
Can you recycle words? Yes, the fact is, you do it every day, but now, in a presentation, you can make a conscious effort to track words that meet the needs of one audience better than those of another audience. And while you're at it, take note of words that appeal to all audiences.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +4 votes | 1 comments
If you "fit" one audience, you "fit" them all. Your speaking voice, pitch, pace, choice of vocabulary, ability with a microphone, as well as your personal appearance, grooming skills, body language, visual aids selections, good manners - when all the components meet high standards, they are welcomed by any audience.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +4 votes | 1 comments
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