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Public Speaking 101

From page to stage, learn the "Seven Step Speech Plan" so you can give a great speech for business & other presentations
Instructor:
Dale Ingham
56 students enrolled
English [Auto]
A professor gives you the Seven Steps you need to give a great speech for business & personal presentations.
The complete speech making process and how to deliver a good speech by using your voice and body language.
How to deal with your fear and stage fright (hint: do you like movies?)

This course emphasizes the strategies for planning, developing, and delivering oral presentations. As a professor at four colleges and universities in the United States, I’m happy to provide you my experience of 26 years of teaching by offering you this course.

In taking this course, the successful student will:

  • Learn the complete speechmaking process.

  • Develop his/her ability to select topics and deliver speeches according to the occasion, the audience, and the speaker.

  • Demonstrate ability to research information & evaluate evidence.

  • Exhibit increased self-confidence in public and interpersonal communication situations by reducing speech anxiety.

  • Show expanded facility in constructing arguments.

  • Demonstrate proficiency with the elements of oral style and effective delivery.

  • Apply fundamentals of listening.

  • Assess different types of audiences and learn how to analyze such audiences.

  • Utilize wording, style, argument, and delivery to connect with audience members.

Introduction to Public Speaking

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Public Speaking and Responsibilities
2
Opportunities to apply what you’re learning are given in Section 16
3
Public Speaking and Responsibilities, part 2

Students learn about the legal and ethical responsibilities of the speaker and the rights and obligations of an audience.

4
Discussion Question
5
Section 1 Quiz

Quizzes will be offered periodically in this course and assume the student is experiencing the course in its given order and sequence.

Listening

1
Listening
2
Discussion Question
3
Apply What You’ve Learned

The Fear of Public Speaking

1
The Fear of Public Speaking

Students learn why people have Stage Fright and why public speaking is one of the number one fears in the world.

2
How to Cope with the Fear

How does one cope with the fear of public speaking? Students learn ways to deal with Stage Fright.

3
Discussion Question

Putting it Together

1
The 7-Step Speech Plan (for informative and persuasive speeches)

Students are introduced to the 7-Step Speech Plan—the steps necessary in the speechmaking process.

2
Discussion Question
3
Section 2–4 Quiz

Step #1: Determine the Goal

1
Determine the Goal

Students learn about types of audiences and ways to analyze an audience, a critical process when the speaker develops his/her speech goal.

2
Discussion Question

Step #2: Gather the Information

1
Gather the Information

Students will be able to gather source material by learning about good Internet sources and other tips and techniques in the source gathering process.

2
Discussion Question

Step #3: Develop a Strategy

1
Develop a Strategy

Students learn two strategies to strongly consider using before actually organizing the speech.

2
Discussion Question

Step #4: Organize the Information

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Organize the Material

Students learn specifically how to begin a speech, learn how to conclude, and learn effective organizational patters for the body of a speech.

2
Discussion Question
3
Section 5–8 Quiz

Step #5: Create Visual Aids

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Effective PowerPoint Presentations

Students learn how to create effective Powerpoint presentations, especially to assist the public speaker.

2
Discussion Question

Step #6: Practice the Wording

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Practice the Wording

Students learn four things that their speech wording MUST be.

2
Discussion Question

Step #7: Practice the Delivery

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Practice the Delivery

Students learn different delivery methods or styles and the secrets of good delivery.

2
Discussion Question

The Eyes Have It!

1
Eye Contact

Students learn optimum ways to use eye contact when delivering a speech.

2
Discussion Question

How to Persuade an Audience

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The Rhetorical Triangle

Students learn the three ways to persuade an audience (or anyone).

2
Discussion Question

How to Avoid Logical Fallacies

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Logical Fallacies

Students learn how to make strong, logical arguments by learning what fallacies to avoid using.

2
Discussion Question
3
Section 9–14 Quiz

Speeches for Special Occasions

1
Special Occasion Speeches

Students learn about five of the most common special occasion speeches.

2
Discussion Question

Sample Speeches for Evaluation

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Speeches for Evaluation

Different speeches are available here for students to experience or evaluate.

2
Discussion Question

Congratulations!

1
Congratulations and Bonus Information
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
Definitely! If you have an internet connection, courses on Udemy are available on any device at any time. If you don't have an internet connection, some instructors also let their students download course lectures. That's up to the instructor though, so make sure you get on their good side!
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