Public Speaking and Communication in Korea

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<p> 1</p> <p>@walter_foremanwalter.foreman</p> <p>Public Speaking and Communication</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Stage Fright</p> <p>Stage Fright</p> <p>Completely NormalHappens to everyoneFive ways to manage</p> <p>Be Prepared</p> <p>If Im to speak for 10 minutes, I need a week for preparation. If 15 minutes, three days. If half an hour, two days. If an hour, Im ready now. -- Woodrow Wilson</p> <p>Think Positively</p> <p>You always feel more nervous than you look or sound!</p> <p>Be Realistic</p> <p>Dont expect perfectionNever apologize for: Nervousness Language Mistakes</p> <p>Visualize </p> <p>Find an attractive face in the audience.</p> <p>Other TipsEnter the room as early as possibleChat to people as they enter the roomWork especially hard on your introductionAvoid dairy products and caffeine</p> <p>Structure</p> <p>Presentations are like hamburgers</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Practice TaskWatch these two 90-second English introductionsFind at least five pieces of information in eachMatch your information to WISE OWLAfter watching discuss with a partner or group</p> <p>https://youtu.be/z5WWTuuq6VA </p> <p>18</p> <p> https://youtu.be/1_7vJXJsAcw19</p> <p>Practice TaskWatch these two 90-second English introductionsFind at least five pieces of information in eachMatch your information to WISE OWLAfter watching discuss with a partner or group</p> <p>elcome the audienceFormalInclusivePositiveGood afternoon ladies and gentlemenHello everyoneHi guysIts my great honor to be here today talking to you</p> <p>ntroduce yourselfFull name &amp; title (if applicable)Speak extra clearly and slowlyIf international: state home countryMy name is Walter Foreman, and although originally from Canada, I now work in South Korea as the director of the Gangnam-University of California, Riverside International Education Center, or GNUCR as we call it.</p> <p>tate your topicIm here today to talk to you about</p> <p>xplain the importance of your topicWhy should the audience listen to you?What will they gain from listening to you?Why is your topic important?Why is your topic important to them?Establish your expertiseTalk about your credentials and explain why you are the expert</p> <p>AB</p> <p>utline the structureToday my presentation is divided into (x) parts</p> <p>hat comes when?First Ill talk aboutSecond Ill talk aboutFinally, Ill talk about</p> <p>et the audience knowTimeMaterialsQuestions</p> <p>et the audience knowTime: My presentation should take about (x) minutesMaterials:If you dont already have a handout, extras are available here at the front of the room and also at the back.You can download my presentation materials from my website: www.walterforeman.com and Ill give you that address again at the end of my presentation.I dont have any materials for you today, but you can download</p> <p>et the audience knowQuestions: During: If you have any questions today, please feel free to ask them at any time.After:If you have any questions today, please hold them until the end of my presentation. Well have about (x) minutes for question and answer.</p> <p>Practice Task</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Signposting</p> <p>"I'll start by describing the current position in Europe. Then I'll move on to some of the achievements we've made in Asia. After that I'll consider the opportunities we see for further expansion in Africa. Lastly, I'll quickly recap before concluding with some recommendations."</p> <p>Throughout your presentation, you will put up signposts telling the audience where you have been and where you are going next. </p> <p>When you finish Europe and want to start Asia, you might say:</p> <p>"That's all I have to say about Europe. Let's turn now to my second point, Asia."</p> <p>Throughout your presentation, you will put up signposts telling the audience where you have been and where you are going next. </p> <p>When you finish Asia and want to start Africa, you might say:</p> <p>So now that weve talked about Europe and Asia, lets move on to my last point: Africa. </p> <p>Throughout your presentation, you will put up signposts telling the audience where you have been and where you are going next. </p> <p>When you finish your last point and want to sum up, you might say:</p> <p>Well, weve looked at the three continents: Europe, Asia, and Africa. Now Id like to sum up. </p> <p>SignpostingFunctionLanguageIntroducing the subjectI'd like to start by...Let's begin by...First of all, I'll...Starting with...I'll begin by...</p> <p>SignpostingFunctionLanguageFinishing one subject Well, I've told you about... That's all I have to say about... We've looked at... So much for... </p> <p>SignpostingFunctionLanguage...and starting another Now we'll move on to... Let me turn now to... Turning to... I'd like now to discuss... Let's now look at... </p> <p>SignpostingFunctionLanguageSummarizing and concluding In conclusion,... Right, let's sum up, shall we? I'd like now to recap... Let's summarize briefly what we've looked at... </p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Practice TaskWatch these two 60-second English conclusions Find at least three functions in eachAfter watching discuss with a partner or group:What did each person say or do in the conclusion?</p> <p>ConclusionsSignal the end of the speechReinforce the central ideaSummarize the main pointsMake a lasting impression!</p> <p>Signal the endIn conclusionFinally, let me remind youLet me finish by sayingTell me three more</p> <p>Reinforce Central IdeaRestate your topicSummarize (and restate) your main points</p> <p>Lasting ImpressionEnd with a quotationMake a powerful statementRefer back to your introductionGive a call to action</p> <p>AB</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;A SessionsMake answers to possible questions IN ADVANCE!Practice delivery of answers IN ADVANCE!</p> <p>Approach questions with a positive attitudeListen carefullyDirect answers to entire audience, repeat question (with mic)Handling Q&amp;A Sessions</p> <p>ClarificationAvoidingPostponing/recoveringAdmittingHandling Q&amp;A Sessions</p> <p>ClarificationIm sorry. Could you repeat your question, please?Im afraid I didnt quite catch that.Were you asking about?</p> <p>AvoidingPerhaps thats something we could talk about after my presentation.If you could email your question to me, Id be happy to answer it that way.</p> <p>Postponing/recoveringIll be talking about that a bit later.Good question. Could you please hold it until the end of the presentation?So, as I was saying</p> <p>AdmittingTo tell you the truth, Im not really too sure.Im afraid I dont know, but Ill try to find out for you.Good question, but Im not sure. Does anyone in the audience happen to know? He was asking</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Introducing OthersBriefAccurateMake speaker feel comfortableSense of anticipationBoost speakers credibilityDelivered with sincerity and enthusiasm</p> <p>https://youtu.be/3ZR55vjDo54 61</p> <p>Introducing OthersBrief: About one minute</p> <p>Introducing OthersAccurate: Information must be 100% accurate; no exceptions! When in doubt, find out (or leave it out)! </p> <p>Introducing OthersMake speaker comfortable: Dont say or do anything to embarrass the speaker (this includes mispronouncing the speakers name), dont raise expectations to an unachievable level</p> <p>Introducing OthersSense of anticipation: Say the speakers name LAST, tell the audience something new, original, and unknown about the speaker, try to build anticipation/excitement for both the speaker and the topic</p> <p>Introducing OthersBoost speakers credibility:Let the audience know about the speakers previous successes, accomplishments, awards, recognitions, publications, etc. </p> <p>Introducing OthersBriefAccurateMake speaker feel comfortableSense of anticipationBoost speakers credibilityDelivered with sincerity and enthusiasm</p> <p>J.K. Rowling</p> <p>Introducing OthersChildren, we have a very important guest today. You know her by the character she has created Harry Potter. What you dont know is all the hard work that goes into writing the books that we all love to read. Today she is going to tell us how she came up with the idea of Harry Potter and his friends and how she goes about writing her books. Lets give a big round of applause to J.K. Rowling.</p> <p>Introducing OthersBriefAccurateMake speaker feel comfortableSense of anticipationBoost speakers credibilityDelivered with sincerity and enthusiasm</p> <p>Introducing OthersLadies and gentlemen, it is my privilege to introduce to you today the worlds best-selling author. We are all acquainted with her Harry Potter series that has captured the imagination of children and more than a few adults around the globe. Many of us know the remarkable story of her writing life: The inspiration for Harry Potter came on a train ride from Manchester to London in 1990. Over the next few years, she compiled notes as the story took shape in her mind. The bulk of the writing took place when she was a single mother on public assistance in Edinburgh. She was teaching French to teenagers in the mid-1990s when she heard the first Harry Potter book had been accepted for publication. The rest is literary history. She will be telling us this afternoon more about what inspired her fascinating story of wizardry, where she gets her ideas, and what kinds of books she want to write next. Please give a warm welcome to J.K. Rowling.</p> <p>Introducing OthersWhen introducing another speaker remember this:Who: Name at end, but position, job, or title near beginningWhere: Organization, department, or country (if international)Background: Known and unknown thingsTopic: Level of details depends on situation and speakerName: Slow, deliberate, and with enthusiasm</p> <p>Introducing OthersThe person being introduced (ie. the main speaker) should thank the emcee (ie. the introducer) for the introduction.Giving this thanks can be done by saying something like: Thank you for that (adjective) introduction.Lovely, wonderful, kind, warm, generousAfter giving your thanks, begin your presentation.</p> <p>Stage fright &amp; StructureIntroductions: WISE OWLBody: Signposting</p> <p>Conclusion: Tell em what you told em</p> <p>Handling Q&amp;As</p> <p>Introducing Others</p> <p>Practice Task</p> <p>Choose one of these two tasks: A or BA: Prepare and present a WISE OWL introductionB: Introduce yourself as the speaker at an event</p> <p>@walter_foremanwalter.foreman</p> <p>Public Speaking and Communication</p>

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