Style and Delivery

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6 Feb 2013
This YouTube playlist contains all of the panel speeches given during the second major public event to be held at City and Islington Sixth form College, a...
13 Sep 2011
While a student is speaking, ring a bell every time the student uses a filler phrase or himself or herself. Alternatively, you can squirt water at the student...
13 Sep 2011
Have successive members of the class stand before the class and recite one or more tongue twisters or pronunciation exercises. Encourage students to focus on...
13 Sep 2011
Find a short passage of text in print (an advertisement, an editorial in a newspaper, etc.) which is either positive or neutral toward a particular subject....
13 Sep 2011
Select one or two paragraphs from a book or magazine. Have students rewrite the passage for a speech incorporating elements of oral style. Students should be...
13 Sep 2011
Prepare a number of possible topics. These can include literary quotations, or they can more simple like: what is your favorite book?, or what is the worst...
13 Sep 2011
Have students take turns presenting short arguments to the class with varying body language and tone. For example, ask Student A to present his or her argument...
13 Sep 2011
There are a couple ways. One method is to encourage students to read aloud selections from poetry that require emphasis and feeling. Students are encouraged...
13 Sep 2011
There are several methods. Horse noises: have students force air between their closed lips in order to make a horse-like noise as their lips vibrate together,...
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