Public Speaking 2

Public Speaking 2 - Term Definition Body Language(55 Most...

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Term: Body Language (55%) Definition: Most important element in public speaking. Term: Confident Stance Definition: feet apart, raise your chest, clasp your hands together in front Term: The Placator Definition: opening out your hands, do this movement to make the audience think/answer/interact Term: The Leveller Definition: putting hands down, no one questions what you're saying, your audience will instantly listen Term: The Thinker Definition: looks like your thinking, do this when you are asked a question
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Term: The Joker Movement Definition: for jokes and entertainment, throw your arms all over the place and belly out Term: The Hands Up Definition: use a large audience, raise your hands, ask simple questions(yes or no) Term: Eye Contact Definition: Establishes rapport, establish eye contact with your audience randomly at 3-5 secs Term: Mistake #1: Looking at just 1 or 2
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