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  • SpeechPrepared Presentation By Bill Peng, 2013.10.5 Fall 2013 NTUTM SGD
  • Who am I...... BILL () With small eyes Cofounder of 1st NTUTM Camp 29th President of NTUTM, Fall 2011 Cofounder of (artofslide.blogspot.tw)
  • SlideArtToasters
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artofslide
  • Blog: http://artofslide.blogspot.tw
  • How to Developa Good Speech?
  • Story Script Practice Body Language Stage Interaction
  • Story
  • Audiences Contents
  • 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
  • Microsoft () http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjPJxKV9-hY How do you Feel?
  • 6 Elements of SUCCESs
  • Simplicity Unexpectedness Concreteness Credibility Emotions Stories S U C C E S
  • Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement speech, 2005
  • Simplicity - 3 Stories15 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 !
  • Script
  • OutlineWord by word ?
  • Document Form Logical Not Suitable for Speaking Reading Practice Mind Map Form Creativity Inaccurate Partial Script OutlineWord by word
  • 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
  • Practical Use... Combination of the Benet of different forms of script
  • Certainty Uncertainty Step 1
  • Step 1 Certainty Uncertainty
  • Step 2 Certainty
  • Step 3 CertaintyUncertainty
  • Step 4
  • Practice
  • Techology and social revolution: Steve Wozniak at TEDxBrussels ?
  • Pauses One Pause, One Idea
  • One Pause, One Idea
  • ......Here, we shall support you, and you will never be alone, and you will nd 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 beginners mind, and one day, you will nd the most wonderful journey in your life.
  • ......Here, we shall support you, and you will never be alone, and you will nd 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 beginners mind, and one day, you will nd the most wonderful journey in your life. One Pause, One Idea
  • Body Language
  • Body Language 70%
  • Eye Contact Body Movement Vocal Variety
  • Eye Contact Body Movement 1. Interactions 2. Condent & Professional 3. Adjustment of Speed & Pace Vocal Variety
  • Eye Contact Body Movement InteractionSize & QuantityVisual Implication No Pointing, no Waving! Vocal Variety
  • Eye Contact Body Movement Speed, Tone & Pace 4 Main Forms Description Conclusion SharingMimicking Vocal Variety
  • ......Here, we shall support you, and you will never be alone, and you will nd 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 beginners mind, and one day, you will nd the most wonderful journey in you life. Description or Plot!: High & Fast Feeling Conclusion: Slow & Low Vocal Variety
  • Eye Contact Body Movement Vocal Variety
  • Steve Jobs, iPhone introduction, 2007
  • Steve Jobs, iPhone introduction, 2007 Keeping Eye Contact Showing his Condence Using Gestures, Moving on the Stage. Slowing Down when it comes the Main Point.
  • The Spices of Speech
  • Stage Interaction
  • Leading Attention Keeping Curiosity +
  • Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  • Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  • 1. Start with a Question & Story 2. Dont be too humble! 3. Start when audience are prepared. Catching the Audiences Attention!! Opening
  • Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  • 1. Story Telling 2. Mimicking 3. Drama Playing Skills for the Speakers Let the Audiences not only Understand, but also Get Involved! Body
  • 1. Asking Questions 2. Inviting Audiences on the Stage 3. Group Discussions Skills for the Audiences interact Body
  • Justice:What's The Right Thing To Do, Michael Sandal 1. Asking Questions 2. Inviting Audiences on the Stage
  • Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  • Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish. -Steve Jobs Call for Action! Conclusion Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement s
  • To Start, you dont have to be good, to be good, you have to start! -NTU Toastmasters Call for Action! Conclusion Steve Jobs, Stanford commencement s
  • Catching attention Interactions Mimicking Call for Action Opening Body Conclusion
  • Story Script Practice Body Language Stage Interaction
  • SpeechPrepared Presentation By Bill Peng, 2013.10.5 Fall 2013 NTUTM SGD