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SPCH 1315 * Public Speaking and Ethical Speaking
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* Two truths and a lie * I was born in Jakarta. * I spent quite some time in the US and the UK. * I am an only child in the family.
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* Introduction Billy Nathan Setiawan SS BINUS University; MA Intercultural Communication, The University of Manchester, UK [email protected]
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* Four basic skills in Public Speaking * Organizing your thoughts logically * Tailoring your message to your audience * Telling a story for maximum impact * Adapting to listener feedback
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* You organize your ideas * Suppose you were giving your classmate directions to get to your house from here.
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* systematic * step by step
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* You tailor your message (1) * Suppose you were explaining your classmate one technical term from your study.
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* You tailor your message (2) * Suppose you were explaining your 9-year-old niece a technical term from your study.
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* You tailor your message (3) * How are pearls formed? “When any irritant, say a grain of sand, gets inside the oyster’s shells, the
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