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Unformatted text preview: and expands your topic. In addition, the speech should be organized and display a natural flow. 3. Performance : Maintain your composure; strive to demonstrate good non-verbal communication skills. The speaker is expected to be clear, accurate, and interesting. Getting Started: Think of something (belief, idea, concept, etc.) that you can sum up nicely in one sentence and reinforce with different examples. Be sure to explain the what, why and how behind your philosophy. Remember that this is a short (and personal) speech, do not feel pressured to attempt a vast amount of complex wording or fancy extravagances. This is your first step in building essential public speaking skills. Turn-in Checklist: • Speaking Notecards Maximum: (1)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course CRS 325 taught by Professor Richards during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.
- Spring '08