You are on page 1of 25

Principles

of
Speech Delivery
TONGUE TWISTER

Part 1:

 Form a group of six.


 Pick three two-line tongue twisters.

 Recite it fast and repeatedly while maintaining


precision and clarity in spoken words.
Group 1 Susie Shine
 I saw Susie sitting in a shoe shine shop

 Where she shines, she sits, and where she sits, she
shines

Group 2 Woodchuck
 How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if the
woodchuck could chuck wood?
 He would chuck, he would, as much as he could.

Group 3 Peter Piper


 If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

 Where’s the peck of pickled peppers that Peter Piper


picked?
Group 4 She Sells
 She sells sea shells by the seashore

 And the shells she sells by the seashore are sea shells
for sure.

Group 5 Bleeding Boys


 Brave, bleeding boys battle bald, biting babies

 Biting babies ride battle toys while bumbling boys


brave bald biting babies.

Group 6 Cheese Trees


 Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew

 While these fleas flew, freezy breeze blew


Part 2:
Each group should take turns in saying
“What is this?” while varying the intensity of
voice and with the following emotions:
 a. anger
 b. fear
 c. excitement
 d. disgust
 e. loneliness
 f. surprise

Part 3:
Present your group’s part 1 and part 2
activities in class as if you were contestants in a
talent show.
SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES:
 useproper articulation and modulation
in delivering a speech;

 exhibit
good stage presence,
appropriate facial expression, gestures,
and movements; and

 establishrapport with the audience


while delivering a speech.
 ARTICULATION
• pronunciation
• enunciation
 MODULATION
• 3P’s
 STAGE PRESENCE
 FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, GESTURES,
AND MOVEMENTS
 RAPPORT WITH THE AUDIENCE
• Maintain eye contact
• Speak naturally
• Relate with the audience
SAY IT LIKE YOU MEAN IT!
Recite each of the following tongue twisters fast and
repeatedly while maintaining precision and clarity in the
spoken words.

 a. Thirdy’s thirty-third birthday is on the third


Thursday of this month.

 b. Whiny William woke Willa to watch Willy Wonka.

 c. Shelly shared six shiny shillings to Sasha and Shara.


SAY IT LIKE YOU MEAN IT!
Say the following statements aloud by using the right
pitch of voice based on the situations:

 a. A student announces to her parents:


“I won first prize in the spelling bee!”

 b. A mother relays some bad news to her son:


“Last night, as all of us were asleep, Wowie
breathed his last. He’s probably happy in dog
heaven now.”
SAY IT LIKE YOU MEAN IT!

Say “Why did you do this?” Vary the intensity of your


voice. Say it with each of the following emotions:

 a. anger

 b. genuine confusion

 c. hurt
PICTURE ANALYSIS
GROUP 1
GROUP 2
GROUP 3
GROUP 4
GROUP 5
GROUP 6
PICK AND SAY
 Part 1:
Take an item in your bag or wallet, and write a
short speech about it. You may share the origin of the
item’s name, narrate the story of how you acquired it, or
discuss its importance.

 Part 2:
Recite your speech in front of the class. As you
deliver your speech, try to relate with your audience by
maintaining eye contact and speaking naturally. Also,
take the following into account: proper articulation and
modulation, stage presence, facial expressions, gestures,
and movements.
3-2-1
3 things you learned from this lesson

2 interesting things you found out

1 question you still have


Principles of Speech Delivery

 ARTICULATION
 MODULATION
 STAGE PRESENCE
 FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, GESTURES, AND
MOVEMENTS
 RAPPORT WITH THE AUDIENCE
PUBLIC SPEAKING FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
Goal: Your task is to write and deliver a speech about the role of regular
exercise or physical activity in improving cardiovascular health.

Role: You are a young cardiologist. You have been tasked by the Philippine
Heart association to write and deliver a speech to a local community. The
prevalence of heart disease in this community is the highest in the country.

Audience: Persuade the local community members about the importance of


regular exercise and physical activity in improving heart health and reducing
the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Situation: the challenge involves coming up with a speech about the


importance of physical activities and regular exercise in improving heart
health and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Make it as interesting
and as unique as possible. You need to persuade your audience to engage in
physical activities or regular exercise by informing them of the negative effects
sedentary lifestyle and the many benefits of getting involved in disorders.
Explain how people who engage in regular physical activities combined with
health diet have a reduced risk developing heart diseases.
Product/Performance and Purpose: You will write and deliver a
combination of informative and persuasive speech using the following
guidelines:
 Make a description of the local community as having the highest prevalence
of heart disease in the whole country.
 Explain how a sedentary lifestyle leads to many cardiovascular disorders.
 Include a detailed description and explanation of how physical activity or
regular exercise can improve heart health.
 Write a detailed description and explanation of how cardiovascular disorders
can be prevented by exercising regularly and engaging in other physical
activities.
 Edit your first draft for content, organization, style, language and grammar.
 Your edited speech must contain in a minimum of 500 words.
 Consider the following when you deliver the speech:
 Proper articulation and modulation
 Stage presence
 Facial expression, gestures and movements
 Rapport with the audience
 Print your finished product (first draft edited speech) on short bond paper,
Arial font size 12, double spacing.
Standard and Criteria for the Success: Your project will be graded using the
rubric below.
Criteria Beginning (1-3) Developing Accomplished Score
(4-6 points) (7-9 points)

Content The speech lacks The speech The speech


many pertinent lacks one or two includes all the
points about the pertinent points pertinent
topic. about the topic. points about
the topic.

Organization The ideas in the The ideas in the The ideas in


speech are not speech are the speech are
logically logically logically
organized; organized, but organized;
some transitions are
transitional
transitions are clear and
devices are not
unclear or properly used.
used or unclear.
inappropriate.

Language There were There were four There were


(spelling, mechanics, eight or more to seven only zero to
grammar, and usage) language errors. language three language
errors. errors.

Punctuality The first draft The first draft The first draft
and edited and edited and edited
speech were speech were speech were
submitted more submitted a day
than day late. late.
Submitted more Submitted a Submitted
than a day late. day late. ahead of or on
time.
Evident purpose and The purpose, The purpose, The purpose,
research in speech content topic, and main topic, and main topic, and main
ideas are not ideas are clear, ideas are clear
clear. but there is a lack and supported
of detailed by detailed and
information. accurate
information.
Speech delivery The speech was The speaker The speaker
uninteresting and showed good demonstrated
not presented delivery but good stage
well. needs to improve presence,
in some areas. confidence, facial
expressions,
gestures,
movements,
proper word
articulation, and
appropriate voice
modulation.
Rapport with audience The speaker The speaker was The speaker was
failed to engage effective in effective in
and sustain the engaging and engaging and
interest of the sustaining the sustaining the
audience; no eye interest of the interest of the
contact. audience in some audience and
parts of the maintained eye
speech. contact all
throughout the
speech.
Total Score:
THANK YOU!

Prepared by:

Mary Joy S. Garma