Archive for the Public Speaking Category

Pearson Education on Public Speaking – Part 2

Finding a Speech Topic What do you want to talk about? What experience and expertise have you? What are your personal concerns and convictions? After brainstorming topics for which you have interest and experience, begin to talk with colleagues to clarify your position. What has your audience […]

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Public Speaking Series by Pearson Education – Part 1

This is a great series on public speaking by Pearson Education. Part 1 – Considering the Occasion Journalists commonly address the questions Who did What? When? Where? Why? and How? The same questions can be starting points for selecting and organizing a topic for an informative speech. […]

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UM, DUH, AHH, YOU KNOW, LIKE, RIGHT…

Are you a “valley girl” or a competent sounding and well spoken professional?  When you punctuate your speech with phrases such as “You know”, “Ummm”, “You know what I’m saying”, “You know what I mean?”, etc., these are examples of speech patterns that can make you sound […]

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