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Delivery: The Acting Part of Public Speaking Four Modes of Delivery Vocal Aspects of Delivery Nonverbal Aspects of Delivery Perfecting Your Delivery.

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1 Delivery: The Acting Part of Public Speaking Four Modes of Delivery Vocal Aspects of Delivery Nonverbal Aspects of Delivery Perfecting Your Delivery

2 Speaking with Notes When you know your subject inside-out Most popular Advantages eye contact use of gestures movement audience adaptation Disadvantages Most preparation

3 Manuscript Mode Word-for-word reading Most precise delivery Advantages Prevents slips, distortion Disadvantages Allows minimum audience adaptation Limits gestures, movement, eye contact

4 Impromptu Mode Spur of the Moment Most common Disadvantages No audience analysis Lack of planning/ research Advantages Reveals real you Think on your feet

5 Memorized Mode Knowing all the Words Gestures Pauses Used for Oratory contests Lectures Banquets Advantages Permits maximum use of delivery skills Continuous eye contact Disadvantages No audience adaptation Recovery is difficult May sound memorized

6 Non-verbal Aspects of Delivery Substance over style Feelings are communicated 55% facial 38% vocal 7% verbal

7 Non-verbal Communication Vocal Aspects Pauses Pitch Volume Enunciation Rate Fluency Body Language Appearance Gestures Facial expressions Eye contact Movement time

8 Pitch Highness or lowness of the voice –Singsong –Monotone –Statement, question, sarcasm, irony, doubt surprise, anger, brusqueness, friendly, kind

9 Rate Speed of spoken language wpm Adapt rate –To self –To audience –To situation –To content

10 Pause Dramatic pause (allows time to think) Vocalized pause (like, um, uh, no, yknow)

11 Volume Projection and variations Variations convey emotion

12 Enunciation Pronunciation and articulation The risks of unfamiliar words

13 Fluency The smoothness of delivery The flow of words The absence of vocalized pauses Too fluentFast talker Practice, practice, practice

14 Body Language Appearance Gestures Facial expression Eye contact Movement Time

15 Appearance Clothing Hair Style

16 Gestures Support the verbal message Emphasize certain points Signal an advance to another part of the speech Conversational size in small setting Exaggerated size for large setting

17 Facial Expression The face is capable of 5,000 expressions Real and feigned expressions are physically different Real smiles include eyes and brain Smile is most understood expression in the world

18 Universal Expressions Anger Fear Sadness Disgust Surprise Happiness Embarrassment

19 In a sense, the face is equipped to lie the most and leak the most.

20 Eye Contact Good eye contact improves credibility Conveys your relationship to the audience Know your speech well Choose a topic that is appropriate Concentrate on head nodders Find friendly faces

21 Movement Lean forward Move out from behind the lectern Move during transitions Face the audience when you are moving Be aware of superiority Be aware of intimacy

22 Speech Assignment: Oral Interpretation Select a poem, play, movie monologue, childrens book, speech, lyrics that will provide you with 4-5 minutes of content so that you can concentrate on delivery. Deliver extemporaneously. Plan non- verbal aspects of delivery


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