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Amplifying is a brief yet fun and powerful workshop designed for those who want to amplify their speaking skills! Its core content includes ideas, both basic and advanced, on how to be more persuasive and how to do better – content, style and strategy wise. The workshop tries to dig out answers to the very questions of why speaking is necessary, why we are hesitant or afraid, and why do we deliver ineffective speeches as we introspect to discover and attempt to strengthen the speaker within us. Sessions such as on vocal variation are designed to help measure frequency of the speeches. For the benefit of the participants, feedback shall be provided as far as possible.
Day 01: Introduction to Speaking and its Components
There are different components in good speaking. They are contents, style, presentation, word selection, time management and other techniques. We will be discussiong on the effective techniques of speaking and communication.
Day 02: Modes of Persuasion: Ethos, Logos and Pathos
Persuasion is clearly a sort of demonstration, since people are most fully persuaded when we consider a thing to have been demonstrated. Ancient rhetorical theory identified three main modes of persuasion: a speaker could prove his points or render his arguments plausible by means of logos (that is, reasoning, analysis and argument), ethos (that is, the characters of the individuals involved in the trial, especially that of the defendant and the speaker), or pathos (that is, strong emotions roused by the speaker in his audience).
Day 03: Developing Competency in Speaking
Lessons on developing competence to show presentation confidence, ways to Structure your topic’s message to speak with conviction, how to send clear messages to your audiences to demonstrate expertise, Sending signals with our body language and voice and also ways to Engage their listeners to hold their attention and influence like an expert.
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