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The nominations of candidates for offices are an integral part of democratic governmental procedures. Many people have been raised to political eminence through the direct influence of nomination speeches. How is speaking on radio or television different from other speaking situations? Of course, you may never have to speak on the radio or television. But you should know a little about this type of speaking situation.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 2 comments
Smiles are understood in virtually every language. Be generous with smiles. Respect personal space. If you're sharing the microphone with another presenter, step away and give that individual space.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +6 votes | 1 comments
If it's your intention to be thought of as one of the group, use words that say so. You automatically separate yourself from others when you repeatedly use words that act like a line of demarcation. If group harmony and accord is what you seek, pay attention to how pronoun selection can support or undermine you.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +8 votes | 4 comments
This kind of talk comes to the fore during moments when you present or receive an award. The purpose of this type of speech is to express appreciation, to bring recognition to the person or group for what they have done and to inspire others to want to reach for higher goals by paying tribute to those who deserve the award.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 1 comments
In speaking from a manuscript, a speaker reads from a manuscript rather than deliver it. In this type of speaking, you communicate your ideas extemporaneously, only glancing occasionally as the need arises at your prepared notes. You have more freedom to express your ideas and you can use your gestures effectively.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +6 votes | 4 comments
Stories enable you to involve listeners and leave them with something to remember. Tell members of the audience what they came to hear (even if your speech shakes up the status quo), and paint pictures so they can hardly wait to see where it all leads.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +10 votes | 3 comments
In memorized speaking, you develop greater audience contact because you can look directly into the eyes of your audience as you deliver your speech. You can use your gestures to the best advantage as you become spontaneous in reacting to your own talk.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +8 votes | 3 comments
If you were invited to give a speech to a class of graduating high school students during their Vocation Day, then, you would be giving an extempore speech. You will be doing an extemporaneous type of speaking because you will not only have ample time to prepare your speech but you will also have adequate time to rehearse your speech prior to facing your audience.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +7 votes | 2 comments
Let people know what you can do, and they may come to you to do it for them. Another way of expressing this is: Attract customers, clients, and other interested parties to do business with you by "educating" them when you present. Let them know you're an expert and give them data to prove it.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +8 votes | 0 comments
Take the topic you speak on most often and tweak it to appeal to another audience. Most presenters feel some passion for their topic, and that's a good thing. But it's necessary to hone in on some facet of the topic that will do something for the members of the audience, such as entertain, instruct, or motivate.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +5 votes | 1 comments
Making an announcement is speaking briefly to present information or to promote an idea or event. Actually, an announcement is like the persuasive or informative speech. Remember that the welcome talk is given to make the person feel wanted and comfortable. Also this type of a talk serves to establish a friendly relationship between the visitor and the host group.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 2 comments
Interviews are not always part of a speech program but they are important in oral communications. There are times when we are called upon to introduce a speaker. Now, how is a speaker introduced? Since the purpose of an introduction is to create a receptive mood in the audience toward the speaker and his message, make the introduction talk brief.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +5 votes | 3 comments
A guide on how to have a better presentation
Published by Antonio Imperial 83 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 1 comments
One of the common types of public speaking you will find yourself engaged in will the impromptu speaking. This is speaking without preparation where you will find yourself in an unforeseen situation requiring you to give a quick response to something said during a meeting or unprepared comment to contribute when men are honored and events are commemorated.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 85 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +5 votes | 2 comments
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