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    ENGLISH 105: Teaching and Assessment of Macro skills Topics: Posture of the Power of Voice, Qualities of a Good Speaker, and Articulation I. Objectives:    Identify the posture of the power of voice    Enumerate the qualities of a good speaker    Explain what articulation is II. Procedure: 1.   Greet the learners and start the class with an opening prayer. 2.   Introduce the subject topic with the motivational activity. 3.   Discuss the first topic: Posture of the Power of Voice. 4.   Provide clarifications related to the first topic. 5.   Enumerate how to improve the speaking skills of the learners by introducing the second topic: Tips for effective listening. 6.   Provide clarifications related to the second topic. 7.   Explain what is articulation and how it articulate. 8.   Provide clarifications about the last topic. Posture of the Power of Voice  1. Effective movement and gestures for public speaking - When it comes to using body language, there's an easy way to remember. Just think the Nuetral, Open, Defined, and Strong. You should begin in a neutral positionwith hands on your sides. It helps you to open to your audience, so that influence flows freely in both directions. Gesture, sparingly, using defined or clean hand gesture that will help them to make them strong.    2. Use space like an actor, and you'll control the room - When you speak in front or in public, a certain amount of space on the stage is yours by rights. Leaders know how to project power by the way they stand and move. 3. Using technology in presentation - When yoy deal with objects as a speaker, whether it's a remote clicker or a handout or the screen itself. The tool is there to help you get your message across. Just remember, it's only a tool, and you're the influencer in the room. 4. Facial expressions are an important part of body language - We might cal this one the forgotten relative in the body language family. Yet, the human face is vital to communication from recognizing another person to understanding the subtle clues that underlie motive. Audience members depen upon your facial expression to augment meaning. 5. Voice improvement for presentation - Aside from your brain, your voice is the most flexible communication instrument you own. So, you should learn how to use your voice to influence others. It don't mean that only in terms of voice and speech improvement for mor pleasant and powerful speaking. It also referring to the many ways vocal expressiveness helps you indicate meaning and intention   Qualities of a Good Speaker  1. They are well - prepared - One of the most important qualities of a good speaker is the ability to be prepared. When conducting a public speaking, you are generally given a topic to focus on. This may be for the purpose of sharing ideas, or just to spread the word about a certain issue. 2. They deliver unique messages and ideas - Audience don't want a repeat of something that they have heard before. They want to hear a new perspective and a unique message can make your entire talk seem more empowering and impactful.    3. They provide actionable content - A good public speaker doesn't always deliver a speech or talk just to pass the time. Their public speeches are generally designed to help the audience to improve on what they do or the way in which they think. 4. They can make the complex simple - Remember that your audience might not even know the basics of what you are talking about, and you should draft your speech in a way that allows them to understand. 5. They are charismatic - One of the hardest thing to do is to captivate your audience while talking in public. The best approach to this doesn't have anything to do with the subject matter you are addressing, but rather the way in which you deliver your message. This is called charisma . 6. They are always open to questions - Public speaker often shy away from questions because they don't want to knoe immediately how the audience percieves the talk that they are giving. Articulation  means to say or pronounce something in a way that can be clearly heard and understood like expressing an idea or thought in words. How to articulate:    Think before you speak    Handle your emotions while communicating    Modulate your voice to creat impact    Be an active listener    Mind your body language References: Submitted by: Hannah Gwen V. Dela Cruz BSED - II
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