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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Toastmasters Speech 5: Your Body Speaks

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Six Minutes: Public Speaking and Presentations Skills (Your guide to becoming a confident and effective speaker)

When you're teaching, how do you keep your student's attention and focus? What subtle techniques do you use to get their attention if their focus drifts a bit and are they aware of your classroom rules and policies? Does the way you dress, your hairstyle, and the way you carry yourself convey the things you want to say about yourself as a teacher? Think about it and let's get prepared to work on our message. Click on the following link for the full post.
  • Toastmasters Speech 5: Your Body Speaks

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    • Is your body dead when you speak, or does your constant motion give your audience headaches?

      Does your face signal fear or does it signal excitement for your topic?

      Do your hands vibrate, or do they punctuate your words?

      The fifth Toastmasters speech project encourages you to make every body movement enhance your speech rather than detract from it. This article of the Toastmasters Speech Series examines the primary goals of this project, provides tips and techniques, and links to numerous sample speeches.

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