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Writing Workshop and Speaking Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator Writing Workshop and Speaking Concentration Look at the picture for a few seconds in the four core issues and then close you r eyes. Writing Workshop and Speaking Did you see the image? Now, concentrate. Be aware during the workshop. Because if it is conscious and a ware, you see. If you see learning 1. Ask another participant in what you have. 2. Discover, express or make known to any one thing. 3. Chat, deal with any verbal or written. 4. Correspondence or passage from one thing to another. 5. Union established between certain things. 6. Each resource that connects things. Writing Workshop and Speaking Communication CONCEPT The word communication comes from the Latin communis common meaning. Also in Cas tilian the radical "common" is shared by the words communication and community. In short, it is "community" because "it puts something in common" through "commu nication." Writing Workshop and Speaking Human Communication Can be defined as the exchange of information between people. Until recently the most common definition was: to communicate something to someone. Today has been incorporated as a central element in the concept of communication, the idea of understanding. Communication ACTION It is the sharing of a message. Communication PROCESS It is the process by which performs the exchange of ideas, thoughts, opinions an d general information Writing Workshop and Speaking Content and Forms Written Communication: Writing Verbal Communication: Public Presentation

Writing Workshop and Speaking Reading It is the main source and the most accessible, of human knowledge. Need a method ology to facilitate analysis and understanding and interpretation of information . to successfully achieve the highest level of writing Stages of Reading physical process that takes place when the word is received by the eye and then transmitted by the optic nerve to the brain. refers to link all parts of the inf ormation contained in a text to understand it. 1. Assimilation: the 2. Understanding: the Stages of Reading 3. Extraintegración: it is stage in which all knowledge is used prior to reading and includes the selection , analysis, critique and evaluation of information. basic storage of information we read. get the information you need from what we have stored. 4. Retention is 5. Memory is the ability Stages of Reading 5. Communication: is the use that is given to understanding the communication of information writt en and oral thus including the important role of thinking. Writing Workshop and Speaking Drafting Writing Workshop and Speaking Drafting Dictionary of the Real Academia de la Lengua write is: "put in writing something happened, agreed in advance." Then: Writing is a creative process whereby a doc ument embodied in what we have thought and imagined. Writing Workshop and Speaking Differences between Composition: is an act more aesthetic, more creative. In this field stars the words are poeti c and literary field. Editors: Has a more utilitarian. Words are vehicles of thought are committed to reality. Writing Workshop and Speaking Communication Editors: Taught to speak in a clear and accurate, conform to certain established guidelin

es. Types of texts I: Expressive Writing Workshop and Speaking II: Information-referential III: Informational-journalistic IV: Creative V: Info rmational-argumentative I: Expressive Journal Autobiography Charter Travelogue Trivia Report Writing Wor kshop E-mail and Speaking II: Informativoreferenciales Note Outline Agenda Review Summary Report III: Information Note Informativoperiodísticos Chronicle Feature Interview Colum n Writing Workshop and Speaking IV: Creative Poetry Fairy Tale Joke Proverb V: InformativosGuión Argumentative E ssay Fiction Editorial Comment Monograph Thesis Scientific article Stages of Writing Collection of Pre-Writing Generating ideas ideas ideas Documentation Organizatio n of the Paragraph Style Writing Questions linguistic Score Editorial Review Written Post-final Pre-Writing Gathering Ideas List generation or brainstorming ideas The cluster associative ideas Levels Anal ogies Number Opposed Flow writing Relations Review Causes vs. consequences repro cessing Extension Precedence Sequence Types Generalization Exemplification Anecd otes Pre-Writing Techniques of organizing ideas Layout Concept Maps Maps Maps mental conceptual semantic networks Other commonly used Schedules Organizational Charts Flowcharts specialized engineering drawing s mapping various systemic models, etc.). Writing Workshop and Speaking Drafting 1.Párrafos: They constitute the structural basis of the text 2. Types of Writing : Comparison-Contrast Sequence Enumeration Concept development 3. Introduction P roblem-solution 4. Cause-effect conclusions 5. Score 6. Vocabulary Writing Workshop and Speaking Post-Writing Review Order of Elimination of superfluous words forms (active, passive) repetit ions of sounds Avoid Asymmetries final Written Conventions Notes Quotes Charts, tables, references Consistency Importance of having an external reader Writing Workshop and Speaking

Paragraph 1.Párrafos: They constitute the structural basis of the text 2. Statement: finit e sequence of words The essential qualities of the paragraph are as follows: Unit: development of a single idea. Coherence: logical relationship between sentences and between parag raphs. Emphasis: order of statements. Style: selection of vocabulary. Writing Workshop and Speaking Organisational Structure Writing Workshop and Speaking Failure to fill Writing Workshop and Speaking Let us return to the Workshop Writing Workshop and Speaking Preparation of Synthesis Synthesis is the process by which they integrate the parts, properties and relat ionships of a set to form a meaningful whole. Writing Workshop and Speaking Preparation of Synthesis The schema: the structure, the skeleton of the subject (titles, headings, key wo rds underlined) expressed at the chart. Allows content to express briefly (keywo rd that synthesizes whole idea), ranking them (the place they occupy in the pape r determines the importance of ideas left, most important, right child) and rela tionships (logical sequence of ideas). Writing Workshop and Speaking Preparation of Synthesis The pattern arises from the structural emphasis. We should try to be brief in or der to cover everything with a single glance, therefore it will only keywords. Writing Workshop and Speaking Preparation of Synthesis Writing Workshop and Speaking Summary Summing up, fill in your own words the scheme. Go from idea to idea, from basic to detail. The summary is like the juice of the subject. Is to express with few, precise words what most important, consistent and orderly. Therefore, write you r way (to interpret its own words) has always been emphasized and outlined. Writing Workshop and Speaking Foreword Documents The first thing you should tell the reader what the book in question, their cour age, their novelty, original ideas it brings. It is not necessary to follow the order of the author, most effective is to follow the order of interest: the most important to the most interesting. What will the seek - information technology,

is attracting the attention of the reader. For this, nothing more useful to fol low the system down, leaving the ending is of less interest. Writing Workshop and Speaking Foreword Documents The seven key questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. What? Who? How? When? Where? Why? Why? White Space Writing Workshop and Speaking Practice Tell me a story Writing Workshop and Speaking Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator Writing Workshop and Speaking Practice: Story Development of a synthesis, a summary and a prologue. Writing Workshop and Speaking Consolidation Activity Development of a synthesis, a summary and a prologue. Writing Workshop and Speaking Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator Writing Workshop and Speaking Evaluation Read the letter and evaluate them: Writing Workshop and Speaking Report Report is the written form is intended to convey accurate information about a sp ecific issue Writing Workshop and Speaking Report a) Presentation: • This is the survey and identify the parties involved: Client Company and executing it. b) Objectives: • You must clearly specify the objectiv es that motivated the implementation of the report.€c) Methodology: • It provide s a general form of research that includes the main methodological characteristi cs. Also shown is the process used to obtain the information. Writing Workshop and Speaking Report

d) Results: • the bulk of the report. Its development should be logical. We pres ent the results obtained in each stage. e) Conclusions: • Analysis of results an d has performed his own experience, identifies the main conclusions. Input with appropriate recommendations and suggestions. f) Attachments: • Include instrumen ts or materials used in the process of gathering information, questionnaires, le tters, The Successful Presenter For you "produce public speaking ... Anguish Enthusiasm Indifference Writing Workshop and Speaking Verbal Communication Advantages 1. It is easier to perform than 2 is art. It allows immediate verific ation of the possible reactions of the three broadcast receiver. In some cases i t is more persuasive message or because information is accompanied by modulation of voice, gestures and expressions so understandable to 4. It's faster for comm unication through sound, and allows individual oral language. mutual clarificati on of doubts and opinions between the communicating parties Writing Workshop and Speaking Effective Presentations Writing Workshop and Speaking Submission Process Stage 1: Planning Stage 2: Implementation Phase 3: Evaluation Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 1: Planning In planning is necessary to establish four elements: analysis of the situation, structure, message and visual aids. Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 1: Planning Planning Analysis Situation For a successful presentation is to be analyzed the four elements that define th e situation: the subject, purpose, audience analysis and the exhibitor. Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 1: Planning Planning Item refers to a specific aspect of a subject. It is that of what is going to ta lk the matter that is the presentation. Gathering Information Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 1: Planning Planning Objective is the purpose of the presentation is why it is done, what is to be ac hieved with the audience.

Writing Workshop and Speaking Audience Analysis Ask yourself eight simple questions: Who is my audience? How familiar with the s ubject? What do I say? What do they expect from me? What material should I study to develop the theme? How long do I have? What will be the auditorium of what I say? What visual tools I use? Writing Workshop and Speaking Exhibitors Intellectual Knowledge Physical posture, voice Will Presentation in public pract ice Writing Workshop and Speaking Corporate Structure Is to arrange your content in such a way that allows the public to more easily u nderstand and remember the central idea. If we think in the overall presentation , this structure should include three parts: introduction, body and conclusions. Writing Workshop and Speaking Corporate Structure In the body, it is recommended no more than three sections, they must keep a log ical, easy to understand. For example: Past - Present - Future Situation - Probl em - Cause Solution - Development - Effect World - Continent - Country Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 2: Realization Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 2: Realization Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Verbal communication includes what we pass th rough the content of language and words. Nonverbal communication refers to all t hat we communicate without using words. Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 2: Realization Promote Public Participation In planning the presentation, we choose the form an d amount of participation we expect the audience Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 3: Evaluation Some things you should include the following: a. Objectives: extent to which sta ted objectives were achieved b. Content: The amount of information in accordance with the time available, material interest to the audience, use of sound argume nts and reasons. Writing Workshop and Speaking Stage 3: Evaluation c. Structure: The degree to which the organization of the information provided u nderstanding, the impact of the introduction, the effectiveness of the completio n d. Visual aids: quantity and quality of support e. Action: Management of verba

l and nonverbal communication in the time of completion Writing Workshop and Speaking Effective Presentations WHAT TO DO Speak clearly and property Talk Use simple examples Catch your audience, use a g ood introduction Keep eye contact with the públicoVaríe tone of voice when you w ant to emphasize a point. Make changes in intonation DO NOT Avoid or irreverent expressions that may hurt sensibilities not stay still or st atic or not talk too fast or too slow, word by word. Use it as a guide and expla in Writing Workshop and Speaking Effective Presentations WHAT TO DO Use a good voice volume, but do not shout Move naturally, approach the auditoriu m Maintain a relaxed posture Demonstrate energy and enthusiasm DO NOT Use them to reinforce the words Do not give back to the audience by reading the material designed not worry too much about the nervousness. Usually the audience does not notice. Avoid fidgeting or do things that would distract the public, s uch as moving a pen Presentation Structure Start / Introduction / Opening: • Report • Thank you for coming • Report what yo u say and tries to demonstrate or report Intermediate / main body • Brief description of all problems • Detailed descript ion of each problem • Summary at the end of each problem • List signals that ide ntify the following issue • Summarize all the problems Presentation Structure Offer solutions: • Describe each solution solutions • Detail • Summary • Identif y signals Final / findings identify solutions • Make summaries • Have all feasib le solutions Please consider the advantages: • Describe the advantages Rest ten seconds Writing Workshop and Speaking Arrangements for Speaking Writing Workshop and Speaking Arrangements for Speaking a. B. The oral report The conference c. The speech group dynamics techniques wit h selective participation: Symposium (Symposium) Panel Panel, public debate, pub lic interview, group interview. Writing Workshop and Speaking Arrangements for Speaking Group dynamics techniques with mass participation: Forum (forum): Phillips 6-6: Commission: Sociodrama Seminar

Writing Workshop and Speaking The oral report This is a presentation intended to present it clearly and in detail the facts su rrounding an issue, with the ultimate aim of drawing conclusions or making a dec ision. . In general, complying with the following schedule: • Brief introduction to motivate the interest of auditorium. • Exhibition organized the events, with examples and facts. • Conclu sions and objective deductions, or proposals to be considered. Writing Workshop and Speaking Consolidation Activity Writing Workshop and Speaking Consolidation Activity Product Presentation Each workshop participant will choose a product Writing Workshop and Speaking Consolidation Activity 1. Name of product 2. Product Features 3. Benefits to consumers in April. Benefi ts for the Company in May. Promotion 6. Value 7. Slogan Writing Workshop and Speaking Consolidation Activity 1. Introduce yourself 2. Thank to the public in March. Report on what he said in April. Try to call attention to public interest. 5. Say what you have to say 6. Summarize and conclude with strength and conviction in July. Thank the audience Writing Workshop and Speaking Consolidation Activity FAQ Writing Workshop and Speaking Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator Writing Workshop and Speaking Techniques to Improve Diction Writing Workshop and Speaking Techniques Intellectual syllabication: Knowledge Physical Read some text, posture, voice, s yllable by syllable syllables ", ie with-us-enVoluntad tranches-in-the-ta-llerPr esentación in public practice Writing Workshop and Speaking Techniques Intellectual Reading word for word knowledge of any text Physics: can be from st art to posture, voice, purpose or end to beginning, Will efforts by pronouncing

each word in public presentation, practice Record Vocal We are on the premises of Bank Training Institute in Surco, where a team of stud ents is preparing to cross a road five feet, barefoot on hot coals. Thousands of spectators accompanying the brave in this unique adventure. For American TV inf orms "...", later studies We are in the facilities of Banking Training in Surco€where a team of students is preparing to cross a road five feet, barefoot on hot coals. Thousands of onlookers accompany brave in this unique adventure. For American TV later studies informs "------", Writing Workshop and Speaking Types of Public Management Auditorium Assistants 1. Know your audience 2. Get them to know you before you speak 3. Meet important people attending 4. Meet some of your audience before the talk in May. Get also the name of others Writing Workshop and Speaking Capturing the listener's attention One or more 1.Revele 2.Formule surprising facts: a rhetorical question (to think only answer) 3.Cuente a joke or humorous story related to the topic 4.Haga a de tailed account of a real or hypothetical event reference 5.Click to a specific o ccasion or reason for presentation 6.Cite a renowned expert Writing Workshop and Speaking Writing Workshop and Speaking Strategies rightly addressing the Four Types of Hearing 1. I Want 2. Think it is fair in March. It could not be indifferent 4. I do not want TYPES OF HEARING ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION MATERIAL "I want" (Friendly, predisposed to like it and its subject Any employer-try something new, ask for audience participation Warm, friendly, frank, good dose of eye contact, smiles, gestures and vocal vari ety Humor, examples, personal experiences TYPES OF HEARING

ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION MATERIAL "I think it is fair" (to be Present both sides of the issue; patterns considered pros and cons rational solu tion sedate me: already have decided, problems. but they think they are time Pro vide objective) answer questions from the audience Controlled, gentle, nothing "flashy", safely, gesture means Facts, statistics, expert opinion, comparison and contrast. Avoid humor, persona l stories and illustrations TYPES OF HEARING ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION MATERIAL It could not be indifferent (short attention span, against their will present " Brief: No more than three points: avoid thematic patterns or pros and cons, whic h are achievements in the opinion of the hearing Dynamic and entertaining, circle, grand gestures Humor, cartoons, animated illustrations, quotations, striking, startling statist ics TYPES OF HEARING ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION MATERIAL "I do not want" (S Opportunities seeking to terminate the presenter or ridicule, emotional) Pattern not controversial, and thematic, chronological or geographical Calm and controlled. Speak slowly and mildly Objective data and expert opinion. Avoid anecdotes and jokes Gone are the tables ufff If the information is intended to convey a genuine interest not awake, nor awake n in others. Writing Workshop and Speaking

Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator Writing Workshop and Speaking Super Tip # 001 Talk, do not read. Four major systems in Human Communication 1 - distance 2 - Body System 3 - System Para-verbal 4 - The Language System: Writing Workshop and Speaking Nonverbal Communication Writing Workshop and Speaking Nonverbal Communication Body Language in supporting and supplementing Writing Workshop and Speaking Nonverbal Communication Mirada Eye contact must be established before the hearing Deal gaze around the group be fore we start talking and throughout the development of my communication This me ans: look at all, at least once to perceive the reaction of each. Writing Workshop and Speaking Look Writing Workshop and Speaking Position The present way of being and must agree with what we mean by "should be" dignifi ed (respect to the group and our role)-Variable-natural (naturalness opens the d oors of communication, calm and relax spirits) Writing Workshop and Speaking Positions to Avoid Positions to Avoid Writing Workshop and Speaking Stances Writing Workshop and Speaking Proxemics Research field that studies the gap between humans Distance: The distance create s a different dimension when we communicate, this varies according to social gro ups and cultures, you know it is not the same as speaking face to face, to be co mmunicating a message in front of all the company, Writing Workshop and Speaking Proxemics We identify four dimensions. _ Intimate distance, personal distance that allows physical contact such as gree

tings.€_ Social distance, between 1 and 2 meters preventing physical contact. Di stance _ public next, which allows you to listen in a group of people _ public D istance distance, as in a lecture to an audience. What you should know You shoul d use and develop their skills differently and taking into account these additio nal dimensions. Writing Workshop and Speaking Distances Writing Workshop and Speaking Identification of Areas for Improvement Writing Workshop and Speaking Question Session Comments, Suggestions Writing Workshop and Speaking Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator cj.delarosav @ gmail.com ramasharaka@hotmail.com Motivational Marketing Consultant Communicator Writing Workshop and Speaking Free Books www.esnips.com / web / SeminarioMotivacion Also in the google search engine: typ e the name of the exhibitor and unload material. Thank you very much!