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Fall 2013 Prepared Speech Presentation SGD

Prepared Speech Presentation

  1. “Speech”Prepared Presentation By Bill Peng, 2013.10.5 Fall 2013 NTUTM SGD
  2. Who am I...... BILL (彭毅弘) With small eyes Cofounder of 1st NTUTM Camp 29th President of NTUTM, Fall 2011 Cofounder of 簡報藝術烘焙坊 (artofslide.blogspot.tw)
  3. SlideArtToasters
  4. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artofslide
  5. Blog: http://artofslide.blogspot.tw
  6. How to Developa Good Speech?
  7. Story Script Practice Body Language Stage Interaction
  8. Story
  9. Audiences Contents
  10. General & Professional Informative & Persuasive Lead to a Conclusion & Discussion Open minded & Conservative Concept & DetailActive & Passive Lecture, Reporting or Sharing ...... ...... Visual thinking & literary thinking Audiences Contents
  11. “Microsoft 桃太郎篇(中⽂文字幕)” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjPJxKV9-hY How do you Feel?
  12. 6 Elements of SUCCESs
  13. Simplicity Unexpectedness Concreteness Credibility Emotions Stories S U C C E S
  14. Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement speech, 2005
  15. Simplicity - 3 Stories、15 mins Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement speech, 2005 Unexpectedness - About his Failure and Cancer Concreteness - Real Experiences Credibility - Real Experiences Emotions - His Ideas about Life Stories - His own Stories SUCCESs !
  16. Script
  17. OutlineWord by word ?
  18. Document Form Logical Not Suitable for Speaking ➟ Reading Practice Mind Map Form Creativity Inaccurate ➟ Partial Script OutlineWord by word
  19. Visual Aids Slide Form Direct Reading the Slide ➟ Visualize OutlineWord by word Document Form Logical ➟ Reading Practice Mind Map Form Inaccurate ➟ Partial Script Creativity Not Suitable for Speaking
  20. Practical Use... Combination of the Benefit of different forms of script
  21. Certainty Uncertainty Step 1
  22. Step 1 Certainty Uncertainty
  23. Step 2 Certainty
  24. Step 3 CertaintyUncertainty
  25. Step 4
  26. Practice
  27. Techology and social revolution: Steve Wozniak at TEDxBrussels ?
  28. Pauses One Pause, One Idea
  29. 有句古諺說雄辯是銀沈默是⾦金很多跟簡報相關的 書籍會告訴你適當運⽤用停頓與沈默的好處相信各 位讀者或多或少也看過類似說法有過相關經歷然 ⽽而各位可曾深究過為什麼⼀一場演講或是簡報會需 要停頓與沈默呢表⾯面上的原因是給與聽眾和⾃自⼰己 喘息的空間然⽽而若你細細深究的話會發現其實背 後有兩個很深遠的原因停頓是為了於建⽴立演講的 邏輯沈默則是引導觀眾開始真正進⾏行思考
  30. 有句古諺說:「雄辯是銀,沈默是⾦金」很多跟簡 報相關的書籍會告訴你適當運⽤用停頓與沈默的好 處;相信各位讀者或多或少也看過類似說法、有 過相關經歷。然⽽而各位可曾深究過,為什麼⼀一場 演講或是簡報會需要停頓與沈默呢?表⾯面上的原 因是給與聽眾和⾃自⼰己喘息的空間;然⽽而若你細細 深究的話,會發現其實背後有兩個很深遠的原 因:「停頓」是為了於建⽴立演講的邏輯;「沈 默」則是引導觀眾開始真正進⾏行思考。
  31. 有句古諺說:「雄辯是銀,沈默是⾦金」 很多跟簡報相關的書籍 會告訴你適當運⽤用停頓與沈默的好處; 相信各位讀者或多或少 也看過類似說法、有過相關經歷。 然⽽而各位可曾深究過, 為什麼⼀一場演講或是簡報會需要停頓與沈默呢? 表⾯面上的原因是給與聽眾和⾃自⼰己喘息的空間; 然⽽而若你細細深究的話, 會發現其實背後有兩個很深遠的原因: 「停頓」是為了於建⽴立演講的邏輯; 「沈默」則是引導觀眾開始真正進⾏行思考。 One Pause, One Idea
  32. ......Here, we shall support you, and you will never be alone, and you will find your passion and inspiration if you never give up.Today, with this story and my experiences, I wish the same for you all- Just bear a beginner’s mind, and one day, you will find the most wonderful journey in your life.
  33. ......Here, we shall support you, and you will never be alone, and you will find your passion and inspiration if you never give up. Today, with this story and my experiences, I wish the same for you all- Just bear a beginner’s mind, and one day, you will find the most wonderful journey in your life. One Pause, One Idea
  34. Body Language
  35. Body Language 70%
  36. Eye Contact Body Movement Vocal Variety
  37. Eye Contact Body Movement 1. Interactions 2. Confident & Professional 3. Adjustment of Speed & Pace Vocal Variety
  38. Eye Contact Body Movement Interaction、Size & Quantity、Visual Implication No Pointing, no Waving! Vocal Variety
  39. Eye Contact Body Movement Speed, Tone & Pace 4 Main Forms:模仿 Description Conclusion SharingMimicking Vocal Variety
  40. ......Here, we shall support you, and you will never be alone, and you will find your passion and inspiration if you never give up.Today, with this story and my experiences, I wish the same for you all- Just bear a beginner’s mind, and one day, you will find the most wonderful journey in you life. Description or Plot!: High & Fast Feeling Conclusion: Slow & Low Vocal Variety
  41. Eye Contact Body Movement Vocal Variety
  42. Steve Jobs, iPhone introduction, 2007
  43. Steve Jobs, iPhone introduction, 2007 Keeping Eye Contact Showing his Confidence Using Gestures, Moving on the Stage. Slowing Down when it comes the Main Point.
  44. The Spices of Speech
  45. Stage Interaction
  46. Leading Attention Keeping Curiosity +
  47. Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  48. Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  49. 1. Start with a Question & Story 2. Don’t be too humble! 3. Start when audience are prepared. Catching the Audiences Attention!! Opening
  50. Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  51. 1. Story Telling 2. Mimicking 3. Drama Playing Skills for the Speakers Let the Audiences not only Understand, but also Get Involved! Body
  52. 1. Asking Questions 2. Inviting Audiences on the Stage 3. Group Discussions Skills for the Audiences interact Body
  53. Justice:What's The Right Thing To Do, Michael Sandal 1. Asking Questions 2. Inviting Audiences on the Stage
  54. Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  55. “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.” -Steve Jobs Call for Action! Conclusion Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement s
  56. “To Start, you don’t have to be good, to be good, you have to start!” -NTU Toastmasters Call for Action! Conclusion Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement s
  57. Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  58. Story Script Practice Body Language Stage Interaction
  59. “Speech”Prepared Presentation By Bill Peng, 2013.10.5 Fall 2013 NTUTM SGD

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