You will need to convey your member state's positions, help build consensus and formulate resolutions. Usually, the length of time a delegate is allowed to speak is set by the conference organizers. Delegates can make a motion to increase or decrease the time allotted to each speaker. If another delegate seconds the motion, then the committee will vote on changing the speaker's time.
Play in new window Download Duration: And what happens when we enjoy doing something that we do? We do it more often. So here are 15 fun public speaking activities that you can do, either by yourself or with a group of people or if you are running a class you can use this using with your students as well.
I truly believe that making public speaking fun is one of the things that are going to take an average public speaker and give then enough practice to turn them into a good or great public speaker. However, instead of introducing them in the normal way you make up a fictional life for them.
So you say, hi this is Jane Smith, and she actually moonlights as a jazz pianist for the underground mafia. And you talk about her life, whatever it may be. Impromtu Game You basically just get up in front of people and somebody gives you something impromptu to run with.
It might be a topic, it might be a sentence or it might just be a single word or anything like that. But generally we run with just a certain topic. They need to talk about climate change or they need to talk about what makes a great teacher, or they need to talk about social media changes or whatever.
So that the impromptu game. Funny Image Game This is similar to the impromptu game, but basically what you do is you give the speaker a funny image; you can find these easily just searching through Google and you get them to talk about that image.
Continuous Story This is best done with a group of people. Each person gets up and might speak for anywhere from 20 seconds to a minute and they start telling a story. And when their time is up, the next person has to get up and they have to continue the story.
The goal of this is to make the story make sense. This game helps people engage in listening and learn to be creative enough to make the story continue on and make sense. Take an item out of the wallet and discuss what this item is and why its important and obviously you are trying to elaborate and make it funny as much as possible.
Action Story This can be done in 2 ways. A You tell a story that has a whole great of actions in it and as a speaker you have to do these actions yourself whilst speaking. B Or the audience has to do the actions themselves while the speaker is giving their speech.
So you could say; I did a big stretch when I woke up in the morning. And everybody has to stretch. And then you say, I put on my hat, and everybody has to do the actions in line with that. Make A Commercial Get a bunch of things from your room or from your house, bring them in and you need to make a commercial about these items.
Someone is giving a random product. It might be a deodorant, might be an iphone, it could be anything.
And then they are required to give a 30 second to 1 minute commercial on this product and talk about why this is so awesome and why people should buy it. A Fake Holiday This one is done with images primarily and a set of images that are related to each other.Advanced Public Speaking: A Leader's Guide is a comprehensive textbook designed to serve as a speech-making reference for upper-level undergraduate students.
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