Many students face the problem of public speaking in negative light. Nerves and over-excitement prevail over their abilities and talents. They are no longer interested in receiving such experience because of the first unsuccessful attempt. However, writing a public speech especially for the student audience is a complicated task to do. It is necessary to take into account the interests of students, to explain why this information will be useful and keep them listening from the start and until the finish. How to do it? We can help!
Talking to the Heart
A key element of success in such a format is a direct, almost intimate bond with the people. Chances to convince the audience will increase significantly when you demonstrate your own connection to the topic of the speech, fill it with your own individual sense, enthusiasm and passion. The most successful performances are those that allow others to experience real emotions, author’s dreams and aspirations. In addition, the speech should inspire. Melt the ice with the stories from your own life or with something you have ever heard or read. Keep a performance like a conversation.
Submit Ideas Correctly
No matter how fresh and unique your ideas are if after the presentation the audience cannot remember what you told. Title is the key thesis that the audience has to remember. Conclude your idea in short to give your speech a clear look, and ease the perception of the information. Break your presentation into several stages, select the most important messages which underpin the overall topic. Make your lecture or speech as much detailed as possible and use multisensory presentation elements: photos, videos, interesting prompts and more.
Invent a Bicycle!
Our brain likes everything new. Strange, unusual and unexpected element in the presentation captivates audience and makes them see an idea in a brand new light. Teach the audience a new kind of vision: your own vision. Share a completely new information in the original form while going beyond trivial examples. Also, do not treat yourself and your topic too strictly! Especially, when your audience consists of young people. Make them laugh! Humor destroys the protective barrier, making the audience more sensitive to your message. You don’t need to be a comedian: jokes or funny quotes can be prepared in advance.
You cannot grasp the immensity. But if you know the art of communication – people will start to trust you and eventually become your friends that you can rely on. Only then the world around you change and experience of talking publicly become intriguing!