From the information obtained the speaker will need to be critical and decide what ideas are more racial and efficient. Failure to obtain adequate information will affect the quality of the speech. Information can be found in the internet or library. With proper research, or good knowledge, the speaker can select which subtopics will help assemble the presentation. Next is the arrangement of ideas and materials. The structure of a speech needs to have a framework where the ideas are organized, thus, the message can be transmitted clearly to the public.
The speech must start with an introduction that helps the public to obtain a generalized idea of the subject. A good introduction is necessary to grab audience’s attention. Then, in the body of the speech the speaker should start developing his main idea in a detailed manner, explaining the arguments in which is based his theory or hypothesis. It also helps to provide demonstrations to the public. Finally, the conclusion must be brief, mentioning the main points and gives recommendations to persuade the public. Speakers can also choose the style of their speech to make it remarkable.
Before start the speech the speaker must enter into eye contact with the public, as well as the first worlds must be clear and slowly exposed. Language must be accurate and direct. An active voice is better than passive. Short and simple phrases can help the audience understand easier. Delivery of a message to an audience can be in two ways verbally and visually. The public based their opinions on what they hear and what they see. Therefore, body movement, gestures, and facial expressions can be strong tools to persuade the audience, as well as show them sincerity, enthusiasm, and security.
However if the movements of the speaker do not correlate or distract too much the audience from the subject discussed, the body will defeat the rods. A memorized speech requires a lot of skills and has many disadvantages such a lack of spontaneity, might sound rehearsed, or the risk of forgetting part of the speech. However, it is not essential for the speaker to memorize a speech if he understands, comprehends and practice the subject. It would be beneficial for the speaker to maintain and outline and keep track of the main ideas in order to do not loss track. . The delivery method varies depending of the sources available as well as the convenience of the audience and speaker. Perform online presentations has several advantages. It makes the presentation available wherever the listener is located. The presentation can be recorded and fixed according to the speakers needs. Using video conferencing allows virtual seminars to be attended by a lot of people from the comfort of their homes or offices with low prices or even free, however, any technical malfunction can affect the flow of the conversation.
In a face-to-face presentation the speaker is able to show clearly his confidence and body language. Also, it helps the speaker better understanding of how the client is feeling. Using confidence rooms allows the speaker the opportunity to make a presentation in a wide and well equipped room with the latest technology. Message can be transmitted to a whole audience in comfortable environment making easier and convenient. 3. Hearing is a phenomenon that belongs to the world of sensations. Our auditory sense allows us to perceive sounds in greater and lesser extent.
Hearing is to perceive the vibrations of sounds. Hearing is a passive act. Moreover, listening is the ability to capture, understand and interpret the whole message via a verbal statement, the tone of voice and body language. Listening is to comprehend, understand and make sense of what you hear. Listening is adding meaning to sound, thus, an active act. Many strategies can help improve your listening skills. Demonstrate interest in the views of others. Everyone is free to have their own opinion, and that means that others may feel differently.
When listening to someone, it is best to keep an open mind. Pay attention to what the person says, rather than wander around. Do not interrupt unnecessarily, it is only appreciated when one is able to provide arguments or a different point of view in a conversation, but you should always let the other person completes the idea that exposes. Be patient. Listen critically means to evaluate and judge what is being said. Such evaluation may be performed through the observation, experience, reasoning of the audience.
It is important to be well informed of the subject being discussed in order to have an appropriate judgment and opinion. 4. The structure of the presentation or speech should be dynamic and answer any questions, concerns and expectations that will generate the message itself. The first part of a speech is the introduction. At this point you should eve the attention of the public. Introduce your topic, thesis, or hypothesis, essential purposes and general ideas of the content. This will help audience what to except.
Next, is the body of the speech It is the longest part of the talk, indeed, this is the part the audience has come to hear. In this part speaker explains his subject in detail, the topic chosen previously is argued, and the objectives that have been proposed are defined. Supportive material, such as experiences, stories, and facts can be used for explaining or illustrating purposes. It is essential to choose an order to arrange your purporting material. Finally, in the conclusion the speaker summarizes the main ideas and the results of the analysis.
Restate the idea in given in the introduction. Speaker can also encourage his listeners and tell them what is hope to do with the information presented 5. When speaking in public is necessary that the volume of your voice a little higher than the normal volume that you use when conversing with someone in private, so you can ensure that you audience can hear you clearly. Depending on the number of people who make up the public perhaps you would use a microphone and sound equipment.
Control the speed of your voice, however, some variety in pace can maintain the audience interested. It is important to have in mind when you’re exposing and explaining key concepts or difficult to understand to slow down and speak louder so the audience can understand and pay special attention. You must use pauses when changing from one point to another. Perhaps the most important factor about your voice is the clarity with which you pronounce the words. I think I could improve the speed in which I talk.