Talks

A talk to inform

What is your aim in an informative talk?

 

Audiences for talks

How should awareness of potential audience shape a talk?

 

Connect

Relationship between audience, rate and pause

 

Diversity in delivery

Requirements for NCEA public speaking deliver as opposed to Speech New Zealand extempore style

 

Extemporaneous speaking

Strategies for the development of extempore speaking skills, including audience awareness, brainstorming, dumping and clustering

 

Informative and persuasive speaking

 

Instructive talk

Article lists aims, structures, techniques and sets out the differences between informative and instructive talks

 

Persuasive Speaking Structure

 

Speaking in different venues

 

Using technology

Points to ensure your use of technology is as effective as can be,  by Claire Marsh

 

Dealing with the Media

Advice for preparing for the Associate or Advanced Associate Diploma in Public Speaking Module 3