N O S S E L REVIEW #1

N O S S E L REVIEW #1

N O S S E L REVIEW #1

WORD OF THE WEEK: OSTENTATIOUS ADJECTIVE; AH-STUN-TAY-SHUS ATTRACTING OR SEEKING TO ATTRACT ATTENTION, ADMIRATION, OR ENVY OFTEN BY GAUDINESS OR OBVIOUSNESS: OVERLY ELABORATE OR CONSPICUOUS COMPONENTS OF SPEECH

WERE MAKING A SANDWICH INTRODUCTION OF YOUR SPEECH INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND YOUR TOPIC USE HOOKS SET THE TONE OF YOUR SPEECH DEFINE TERMS, QUALIFICATIONS, LIMITATIONS, DEFINITIONS, ETC. WRITE IT LAST

THE AUDIENCE WILL MAKE A VALUE JUDGEMENT WITHIN THE FIRST 30-60 SECONDS OF YOUR SPEECH INTRODUCTION HOOKS QUESTIONS SHOCKING STATEMENTS PERSONAL ANECDOTE & EXPERIENCE HUMOUR EXPERT OPINION

TESTIMONY OR SUCCESS STORIES THE BODY OF THE SPEECH CONSIDER DIFFERENT SPEECH STRUCTURES LOGICAL, TOPICAL, CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, PROBLEM-SOLUTION, CAUSEEFFECT, CLASSIFICATION ORDER ORGANIZE YOUR THOUGHTS EACH POINT SHOULD RELATE BACK TO YOUR TOPIC

USE DIFFERENT EXAMPLES TO ILLUSTRATE DIFFERENT POINTS BE CREATIVE AND ENGAGING THE CONCLUSION OF THE SPEECH END ON A HIGH NOTE SUMMARIZE THE MAIN POINTS USE TRIGGER PHRASES WRITE IT AT THE SAME TIME AS YOUR INTRODUCTION

REMEMBER THAT PEOPLE TEND TO REMEMBER THE BEGINNING AND THE END OF THE SPEECH BEST MECHANICS OF SPEECH ITS NOT ABOUT CARS MECHANICS OF SPEECH REFERS TO THE PHYSICAL MANNERISMS OF THE SPEAKER AND THEIR VOICE BODY LANGUAGE

HOW YOUR BODY MOVES; WHAT YOU LOOK AT AND HOW YOU MODULATE YOUR VOICE WILL DRASTICALLY ALTER THE IMPACT OF YOUR SPEECH KEY COMPONENTS OF MECHANICS: STANCE, APPEARANCE, EYE CONTACT, VOLUME, PACE/PAUSES, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, GESTURES, NERVOUSNESS

STANCE STAND FIRMLY ON TWO FEET; DO NOT LEAN, SLOUCH OR TILT HANDS OUT OF YOUR POCKETS, MOVING THEM FOR USEFUL AND EFFECTIVE GESTURING WHEN NECESSARY USE OF A STAND ONLY WHEN YOU MUST RELY ON NOTES; AVOID USE IF POSSIBLE

APPEARANCE & FACIAL EXPRESSIONS APPEARANCE AND DRESS WILL INFLUENCE YOUR AUDIENCE ALL CADETS WILL WEAR C-2 STANDARD DUTY DRESS WITH NO ACCOUTREMENTS (LANYARD, WHITE BELT)

SET THE MOOD OF YOUR SPEECH OR PARTS OF IT WITH THE WAY YOU LOOK AT THE AUDIENCE EYE CONTACT DO NOT LOOK ONLY AT ONE OR TWO PEOPLE OR AT ONE SIDE OF THE AUDIENCE, SCAN WATCH THE AUDIENCE CAREFULLY FOR REACTIONS; IT SHOULD BE EASY TO DETECT BOREDOM, LACK OF UNDERSTANDING, INTEREST OR ANNOYANCE

DO NOT KEEP YOUR EYES GLUED ON YOUR NOTES OR READ YOUR NOTES AT LENGTH VOLUME SPEAK LOUDLY ENOUGH FOR ALL TO CLEARLY HEAR DO NOT BE AFRAID TO INCREASE OR DECREASE YOUR VOLUME TO EMPHASIZE POINTS

VARY THE VOLUME ACCORDING TO WHAT YOU WHAT TO STRESS PACE/PAUSES STRIVE FOR A GOOD RHYTHM AVOID SPEAKING TOO FAST OR TOO SLOWLY USE PAUSES TO EMPHASIZE SOMETHING THE PAUSE CAN BE IN THE MIDDLE OR AT THE END OF THE SENTENCE GESTURES

A FEW, NON-OFFENSIVE GESTURES MAY ENHANCE A SPEECH PROVIDED THEY ARE PURPOSEFUL AND PERTINENT OVERUSE WILL SIMPLY DETRACT FROM THE SPEECH TO THE POINT THE SPEAKER IS ATTEMPTING TO MAKE INSTINCTIVE CONVERSATIONAL GESTURES MAY REDUCE THE PRESENTATION FROM A SPEECH TO A CHAT

ANY GESTURES USED SHOULD BE RELEVANT, NON-MECHANICAL, NONREPETITIVE AND VARIED

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