Public Speaking for Kids and Teens
- 31 mins on-demand video
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- Certificate of Completion
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- You will learn elements of Public Speaking, working forward to become the better version of yourself
- Learn to improve your eye contact with audience
- Learn how to build up your confidence on stage
- Learn how to use proper hand gestures during their presentation
- Learn how to manage your fears & anxiety by following a simple rule
- Learn how to improve your body languages
- Basic knowledge of the English Language.
- Students will need to record themselves speaking using a handphone camera or webcam
“There are three things to aim at in public speaking: first, to get into your subject, then to get your subject into yourself, and lastly, to get your subject into the heart of your audience.” – Alexander Gregg
Public speaking has always been that skill that many people are afraid to pursue. What is the reason behind the fear of mastering public speaking skills? Why are so many members of the younger generation these so afraid of speaking in public? We are here to answer your questions!
Our course aims to guide your children on a step by step guide on how to conquer that fear and becomes a better speaker in the future. After all, a good speaker expresses himself well and we all aim to be someone like that. This course will mainly focus on the tips and tricks on how to become a better speaker on stage and in public for children and teenagers. It seems like the trait of speaking professionally in public is more and more desired in the market and people who can express their ideas really well are the benchmark for our students. We aim to help the students reach to a level where they can be confident in their own shoes and elevate their self esteem.
The objectives of our course are mainly the following:
Gain confidence with effective and fluent speaking.
Develop strong eye contact.
Better communicate with others.
Develop impressive critical and creative thinking skills.
Develop impressive leadership skills.
Students of the age of 7 years old until 17 years old are highly recommended for this programme. We aim to help youths in becoming more confident and well-elaborated when expressing themselves to the public.
- Shy and Introverted children who have a hard time speaking in public.
- Talkative children who have a hard time to structure their speech
- Elementary-age school children
In this lecture, the coach will help you to understand the basis of public speaking using a step by step guide to understand the art of speaking in public better. Besides, the coach will also pitch in some of the importance of public speaking and how it affects people, especially the younger generation, positively. Lastly, the video sums up on the many reasons why one needs to polish his speaking and soft skills, in order for him to elevate his confidence as well as self-esteem level.
The lecture begins with the coach asking relatable questions to engage more with the viewers. The lecture then proceeds with the consequences of the usage of eye contact, whether staring at people too long or even avoiding eyes every chance you get. Wrong method of eye contact will result in making your audience uncomfortable and surely affect your presentation negatively. Therefore, the coach proceeds by sharing tips to master the art of keeping great eye contact.
The lecture begins with the coach's description of common behaviours of speakers on the stage. Then, she proceeds with comparing between two types of speakers on the screen. Through out the video, the coach shares amazing tips and tricks on how to overcome one's low confidence. After all, we believe that great speakers are speakers who talk charmingly with fiery confidence. The video sums up the points mentioned at the very end, engaging more with the students.
Your hands are described as the tool of your successful speech based on the lecture given here. In this lecture, the coach aims to equip the students with sufficient tips of the best use of your hands. She shares the different type of hand gestures and also how it impacts the audience differently. As a whole, the lecture aims to provide a better understanding of using your hands as your speaking tool in order to capture the attention of your audience.
In this lecture, the coach aims to teach the students more about body language. She revises some of the body language that is commonly done on stage and how they affect your audience as a whole. Even though this lecture is almost the same as the previous one, it showcases a deeper look into your body as a great tool to capture your audience's eyes. To sum it all up, the coach shares some useful tips that can be used to better yourself as a speaker.
Stage fright is common for speakers who are just starting to polish their public speaking skills. Everyone has experienced it one way or the other. Therefore, this lecture aims to discuss further into the mechanics of stage fright, the reason behind it and the ways to avoid it. The coach will share some of the useful tips on how to avoid being so scared on the stage. After all, conquering your fear of presenting on the stage will definitely make you a better speaker.