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How to Become an

Effective Speaker

Goals for This


Workshop

Discuss oral reporting and the


techniques of its methods through a
PowerPoint presentation.
Apply the techniques of the methods of
oral reporting through workshop.
Appreciate the importance of knowing
and applying the techniques of the
methods of oral reporting as an effective
speaker through an open forum.

What is Oral
Reporting?

It involves explaining
something to an audience,
usually in a classroom, but
sometimes in a work setting.
It is assigned to students to
do an oral report on a
particular topic or set of
topics, so they can learn
about something new and
then teach that new topic to
their classmates, so everyone
learns.

Purpose of Oral
Reporting
to Students

It is assigned to students
to learn about something
new on a certain topic
and then teach that new
topic to their classmates,
so everyone learns.
It is a form of
assessment that teachers
frequently use in the
classroom.

How is Oral Reporting


Assessed?

Quality of the content :


The speaker must have presented in-depth information
using valid references for her research.
The speaker must have explained the topic thoroughly
and demonstrated a solid understanding of that topic.

Quality of speech elements :


The speaker speaks clearly.
Uses strong words
Keeps herself focused on the topic

Methods of Oral
Reporting

Impromptu
Speech
The speaker reacts
spontaneously to
the topic.
The speaker is
without any
preparation, any
notes or other
additional
materials.

Tips on Impromptu Sp
Give a spontaneous introduction on
eech
the topic area.
Launch one or two of the new
initiatives within the topic area.
Describe each initiative in detail,
giving equal time and energy to them.
Discuss how your viewpoint will
benefit to the audience.
Give conclusion in a question form to
inquire whether not anything was lost.

Extemporaneous
Speech
The speaker is free from the
constraints of memorization
andmanuscriptspeaking.
The speaker prepares notes in
advance in order to deliver an
organized speech. But he uses
his own words as he goes along.
The speaker speaks in a
conversational style.

Tips on Extemporaneous
Speech
Organize andprepareyour content and notes
ahead of time.
Speak in a conversational style by pretending
you arewithyour audience.
Rehearse with your graphics and coordinate
them with your talk.
Display your graphicsonlywhen you are
talking about them.
Rehearse in front of others and solicitfeedback.
Record and listen to your timed practice
speech.
Prepare for interruptions and questions at the
end.

Manuscript
Speech

The speaker reads


every word from a
pre-written speech.

Tips on Manuscript
Speech

Maintain eye contact to


the audience.
Project facial expression.
Employ appropriate hand
gestures.
Articulate the words well
with good volume.

Memorized
Speech
The speaker recites
a report based on a
written piece.

Tips on Memorized
Speech

Memorize the piece ahead of time.


Practice speaking by pretending
you are with audience.
Employ appropriate facial
expressions, posture and gestures.
Maintain eye contact to the
audience.
Pronounce and enunciate the
words well with good voice volume.

Referenc
es

http://www.speech-guru.com
https://www.boundless.com/com
munications/textbooks/boundless
-communicationstextbook/delivering-the-speech12/methods-of-delivery62/extemporaneous-speeches249-8328/