I will improve my body gestures for perfect public speaking. I will improve my learning, listening and reading skills because it will enhance my public speaking skills I will improve my verbal and non verbal communication at individual and public speaking level and I believe that this will enhance my skills as a good public speaker. I will improve my memory so that I may not forgot my words and may have good eye contact with my audience during a public speak. I will learn the skills which are helpful to keep the audience engaged during a public speak. To achieve these goals I will adopt different strategies such as I will make practice of speaking in front of my family and friends.
I have become aware of useful strategies to deal with issue with the counselling technique. I have always been a thinker, but throughout my coursework, I have greatly sharpened my analysis skills. Although this is not the first time I’m preparing and delivering for a presentation, overall I am pleased and really enjoyed researching the topic and assembling the information into my assessment. Answering unseen questions at the end was something I was nervous about but that actually provides fantastic practice at responding on the spot. Completing this slide has taught me how to give an effective presentation.
Reflection While studying speeches under the title Power and Language in Part 1, I was amazed by how powerful they can get if the right techniques are used. In my Further Oral Activity, I explored the use of persuasive language in speeches. Specifically, I analyzed how authorities can use persuasive language in their speeches in order to inspire students. The reason why I chose this topic is because while we were studying Power and Language, the speeches we watched in class made me remember the speech of John Keating from the movie Dead Poets Society. I was extremely impressed by his speech, and I realized that he too used persuasive language in order to affect his students.
1.0 Introduction Speaking in public always aims at communication and presupposes a different level of formality depending on the settings and the audience. Learning to speak in a foreign language differs from learning other subjects due to its social nature. Language is part of person’s identity, and speaking is used to convey this identity to other people. Since oral production is open to audience scrutiny, lack of confidence and fear of looking foolish cause speaker’s anxiety. People are also concerned about such things as grammar, lexis and pronunciation.
Speech is very helpful in teaching kids how to act when they are in front of a crowd. By allowing the kids a safe environment to practice speaking, singing, or acting in front of other people, their confidence increases. The ability to speak in front of a crowd is a very important and useful life skill. Speeches are more effective and better received by an audience when the speaker is confident and does not seem nervous. Speech helps students become more confident in delivering speeches which will greatly benefit them in
Practising what have learnt which lead to be a habit is good in fostering effective communication. First of all, during communication, it is crucial for every people to focus by stop doing and thinking and looks to the communicator; hearing just not enough yet but listen to the message and the meaning so that we will be able to avoid misinterpretation. Apart from that, be open minded by do not making a prejudgement. Instigate trust by set up the positive and open communication amongst member- this will lead to the effectiveness of any teamwork project in future. On top of that, making a humour in communication is encouraging as to avoid a boredom perhaps share a funny stories however it is important as long the joke and humour is not sensitive and become offensive.
Reflecting on the discussion, I had learnt to use negatives in a situation and examine why it was negative and how I can use my past experiences to develop my pedagogy. This entry highlights that I had realised the importance of talking with a more knowledgeable and reflecting through the discussion and after. Documenting this in a reflective diary shows how I went through the procedure of letting my formerly held values and assumptions to be questioned by another professional. I was open-minded on other views, particularly as they were from people who I valued and knew were knowledgeable and my discussions allowed me to reflect further on the topic of behaviour management. I had time to reflect independently and I started to develop my own opinion.
It is hard work but as Zig Ziglar puts it: “Success comes from the glands - the sweat glands.” 120 Summary • Eloquence is simply having a skilful way with words. • Well-structured speeches and presentation material must be matched with eloquence in delivery. • We need to first build on our speech fundamentals - vowel sounds, correct use of stress, rhythm, voice modulation and pronunciation. • Developing eloquence revolves around nurturing the right mindset, broadening our knowledge and exposure, improving articulation skills with constant practice. • There is a variety of means available for us to develop speaking
Instructors can only point the way and emphasize essential features such as person’s voice – how you say it is as important as what you say, body language – movements express your attitudes and thoughts, appearance – first impression influences the audience’s attitude to speakers. Actors, politicians and VIPs are taught how to manage their voices and body language and with a bit of practice. Any learner or student can cope with superficial features of public speaking. Matter-of-fact speaking uses background and linguistic knowledge to create a meaningful message, and it is directed at a specific audience in a one-to-one
This helped me acknowledge I can be empathic with people in diverse circumstances without being judgemental. I also perceived that I appreciated attempting to help people by provoking their own instincts though solicitous but incisive questioning. I had a tough time with the uncomfortable silences while waiting for a reaction from the coachee, I feel I did not give enough time to the coachee to think about things before I went into other questions. Giving for reflection in the session is portrayed as being vital in coaching by Dembkowski, Eldridge, Hunter (2006, p. 49). “A moment of silence is often helpful for the client to dive into his emotions and think about a specific topic or circumstances.” From what I have practiced this statement is correct but it is very difficult to accomplish this as a new coach.