Project #105517 - Verbal and Kinesthetic Delivery in Presentations

This is an easy task. I just wrote so many details just to make sure I deliver what I ask you to do in this project clearly by laying it out like this and to make it easy for you to follow :)

Length: Approximately 1000 words.

Format:: typed, single-spaced, please use APA citation to references all sources in-text and in a final “References” page.

at least 3 strong, relevant sources.

Introduction:

Headging, Volume and Stress, Eye contact.

This paper will be about communication issues. To be specific, it will be talking about verbal and kinesthetic delivery in presentations: Hedging, Volume and stress (verbal) and eye contact (kinesthetic).

So many articles in the popular press and circulated on the internet approach public speaking and professional self-presentation as if everyone of us simply has to stop saying um or complete the same 5- step kinesthetic makeover to appear authentic, reliable, and professional. But the reality is, to be authentic, reliable, and professional, we need to work out what works best individually and avoid what is called a “faux kinesthetic routine".

Focus of this paper:

This paper asks you to research the three points: 1. Hedging 2. Volume and stress (verbal) and  3. Eye contact (kinesthetic). With a goal of further discovering what you want to augment or refine, adopt or adapt to perform that professional self/professional public speaker. You may use “I” voice and refer to yourself, but this assignment should be research-based with at least 3 strong, relevant sources.

Within this assignment…

  • Return to the targeted three points (Headging, Volume and Stress, Eye contact).
  • Make each point a section or paragraph in the paper and then summarize what you learned when researching about that point. This is the most important part of the paper.  I’m looking to learn something from credible sources. Do not hesitate to critique the sources (what did you learn – but what are the limitations of that research too?).
  • Find a presenter, speaker or other leader whose public speaking skills inspire you. Watch or recall that person closely. What is he/she doing with his/her voice, body, etc. What is she/he doing with her/his words? Are these things effective? How so? What did you learn from this person in relation to the points you are targeting?   Identify specifics.
  • Consider authenticity and context. What seems natural as you present? From what you learned from the research, what seems suited to you and your goals?  What strikes a balance between being an authentic-relaxed you and being a presentation you? In what contexts might some of these ideas be most effective?

 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 01/27/2016 02:30 pm
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