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ACCURATE WAY IN DELIVERING A SPEECH

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Accurate way in delivering a speech

On this great article we are going to be discussing how to deliver a well written speech

Table of content

  1. What is effective delivery.
  2. Ways of delivering effectively.
  3. Accurate tips of on speech delivery.
  4. What it actually implies.
  5. Solving some problem that might araise.

what is effective delivery?

Effective delivery can be defined as what dale Carnegie refers to as a sense of communication. He defines it as when the audience feels there is a message being delivered straight from the mind and heart the rudiments of effective delivery.

Types of speech and their functions

When we speak, we do so with a purpose or goal in mind. In other words,we speak to achieve certain desired results. The types of speech and it functions we choose for a given occasion are determined by the purpose we hope to achieve.

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Types of speech are the channel through you present your speech.
They include lectures,talk,class discussions and feedback,question and answer session,seminars etc. For examples if your purpose is to create awareness of HIV/AIDS, your channel could be in form of a lecture and speaking will function to give information on the subject. other information of speaking will function to give information on the subject.

Other functions of speaking includes making requests, asking questions,explaining and clarifying point, arguing a point of view querying a position on an issue and so on.
There are certain expectations that accompany each type of speech. one is the organization of the speech. For examples in the giving of an oral report, one would expect an introduction of the topics,goals,scope, methodology, theoretical framework,statement of findings, and conclusion. the second expectation is the delivery of your speech.

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Delivery and types of delivery

Delivery concerns how you say what you want to say,effective delivery is always proceeded by adequate preparation. Preparing for delivery implies that you have done the following:

  1. you have organized your speech in a clear format( introduction,body and conclusion).
  2. You have selected an appropriate delivery style that suits your speech settings ( for example academic,social,political or religious) you have practised your delivery. In this section we shall focus on the various types of delivery and how to select the type that best suits your speech. five major types of modes are presented ,namely,impromptus, memorized,reading,extemporaneous and international . we will also take a look at verbal and non verbal techniques that make for effective delivery.
  3. impromptus delivery: it is the type of delivery that is given on a short notice with little or no prior preparation. Examples of impromptus speeches are in class comment, closing remarks, votes of thank or welcome address. Impromptus delivery requires an ability to express in a clear, direct and organized manner.
  4. In ability to do this can result to inappropriate or irrelevant statements,reputation of already stated points and unexpressed points. The following are helpful tips when you do you do have to make impromptus speeches.
  • Keep it short and to the point’s.
  • use an example from personal experience to support your main points.
  • limit yourself to one point.
  • State your central idea or thesis and purpose clearly.

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4. memorized delivery: it involves memorizing and reciting tout speech,which must have been written in advance,from memory. memorized delivery has some kind of limitations.

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A. it does not allow for flexible adjustment of your audience responds.
B. it limits self confidence because your are Dependant on what you have memorized.
C. it does not allow for naturalness and creativity.
D. It does not allow for humor or further explanation and analysis during during delivery. At best memorized delivery can be used to present the introductory part of the speech for the purpose of gaining the audiences attention. It can also be used to present the main point at debates. It is however not the best mode to use except for drama presentation.

5. Reading delivery; for this mode the speaker read from a prepared text. Reading delivery helps speakers who are to public speaking to conquer the fear of forgetting what they want to say and in expressing their ideas well.

6. Interactional delivery: it involves a leader in a group who introduce the topic provoke and direct discussion. Conclusion usually reaches are enriching and well informed because of the consensual.

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7. Extemporaneous or aided delivery; similar to reading and memorized delivewhyaodes, extemporaneous delivery a speech which is given has been prepared in advance. However in different from the two types in that.

1. It is not a word for word delivery
2. it is a prepared outline of the article.

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Meaning and Modes of Educational Philosophy

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Meaning and Modes of Educational Philosophy

The word philosophy is derived from the Greek words philia (Loving) and sophia (Wisdom) and means” the love of wisdom”. This is the most popular Grecian conception of philosophy, but there are conglomerate definitions of philosophy that seem more supplementary rather than contradictory.

• Philosophy is a personal attitude to life and the universe. When a person goes through some unusual experience, we often inquire, ”How does he take it?” Or we often declare, ”He takes it philosophically”. The mature philosophical attitude is the searching and critical attitude, it is the open-minded, tolerant attitude expressed in the willingness to look at all sides of an issue. It does not shrink from facing the difficult and unresolved problems of life.
• Philosophy is a method of reflective thinking and reasoned inquiry. It involves the attempt to think through one’s problems and to face all facts all the facts involved.
• Philosophy is an attempt to gain a view of the world. It seeks to combine the conclusions of the various sciences and long human experience into some kind of consistent worldview.

Philosophy is the logical analysis of language and the clarification of the meaning of worlds and concepts.

Modes of Philosophy

1) Speculative of Philosophy

Speculative philosophy is a way of thinking systematically about everything that exists. The human mind wishes to see things as a whole. It wishes to understand how all the different things that been discovered together from some sort of meaning totality. Speculative philosophy is a search for order and wholeness, applied not to particular items or experiences but to all knowledge and all experience.

2) Prescriptive Philosophy

Prescriptive philosophy seeks to establish standards for assessing values, judging conduct and appraising art. It examines what we mean by good and bad, right and wrong, beautiful and ugly. The prescriptive philosopher seeks to discover and to recommend principles for deciding what actions and qualities are most worth-while and why they should be so.

3) Analytic Philosophy

Analytic philosophy focuses on words and meanings. The analytic philosopher examines such as ‘course’, ‘mind’, ‘academic freedom’, ‘equality of opportunity’ etc., in order to assess the different meanings they carry in different contexts. Analytic philosophy tends to be skeptical, continuous and disinclined to build systems of thought.

Philosophy of Education is the application of the knowledge of philosophy to the solution of educational problems, concept and theories. It examines, for example, concepts as equality, teaching, autonomy, freedom, morality etc., and considers their relevance to educational practice. It examines the role of aims in education as well as schools of philosophy and how they view education. Educational philosophy seeks to comprehend education in its entirety, interpreting it by means of general concepts that will guide our choice of educational ends and policies.

Educational philosophy is speculative when it seeks to establish theories of the nature of man, society and the world. Its speculative aspect on the one hand, deals with the search for values, knowledge and realities while the prescriptive aspect on the other hand is the effort towards getting the desired goals and recommending same to solve the current problems of education. Educational philosophy is analytic when it clarifies both speculative and prescriptive statements.

The Relevance of Philosophy of Education

As teachers, you might face numerous posers from your students. They may declare, ‘Sir, this course is too argumentative, it is nothing short of mudslinging among scholars’. Of course, it may sound tautological, monotonous etc., to many learners but its relevance cannot be over emphasized.
• It encourages critical examination of issues and justification for actions.
• It equips teachers with the ideas required for educational reforms and considers those changes to be based on the analysis of current practices in education in line with the values of the society.
• Educational philosophy tends to provide an insight of what education is and the role education should perform at the various stages of growth and for what category of learners.
• It gives more weight to the validity or soundness of arguments than to the authority of the person arguing a case, thereby disregarding prejudice and personal interests.
• It has an humbling effect, in other words, it compels one to keep an open mind on evidence/findings that may render one’s previous opinion less valuable.

Philosophy as a Rational Activity

Reasoning involves many things. It involves the use of deductive and inductive methods, clarity in the use of language, and regard to evidence. Deductive or inductive reasoning involves arranging certain kinds of statements in such a way that we can infer conclusion from them Deductive reasoning leads to a necessarily true conclusion whereas inductive reasoning leads to a causally true conclusion. Philosophy is a rational activity not in the sense that it gives us information about the world but in the sense that it enables us to scrutinize our belief and see whether or not they are rationally tenable. Philosophy makes us rational human beings.

Summary / Conclusion

Philosophy is a method of reflective thinking and re-saved inquiry. Generally three modes of philosophy are discussed with more explanation on speculative and prescriptive modes. The analytic approach is a combination of the former modes.

A note to keep in mind with regard to the analytic qualities of educational philosophy:
When it seeks to establish theories of the nature of man, society and the world, and in the same vein it seeks to achieve the desired goals, it assumes an analytic mode. Reader should make up the third mode (Analytic).

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Basic listening problems that affect students performance

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Listening problems and how to overcome them.

It no now obvious that most students or candidates often not participate fully in their academic arena and thereby coming back home with a poor performance and most times they don’t really know where they are lacking. On this post we are going to discuss the basic problems facing students in their academics


In a classroom environment,ineffective listening can make the decisive difference between success and failure. Ineffective listening is either a result of breakdown in the listeners concentration, or a or a revelation that he or her has not learnt how to listen well. Therefore the following listening problems that affect a child’s performance in school and how to overcome them are been listed below.

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Distraction (internal or external):

you overcome interns distraction by reorientating yourself manual to think differently. External distractions, on the other Hand are overcome by changing your physical position.

Listeners Bias:

having bias means holding a person or a view about something. For example if you are averse to loudness or noise,listening to a preacher who shouts will be difficult. When you prejudge a speaker as incompetent or uninformed, you will not pay attention to the message. You can overcome this listening problems by concentrating more on the content of the message rather than on the delivery.


Emotional reaction:

if you allow reaction to what you hear or debar you from hearing more, than your emotions have constituted a listening block. for example, the masses viewed the president comment on the fuel price hike as offensive and adjustably so far. He was he been reported to have said the following: No going back the way we successfully fought against the selfishness of asuu( Academic Staff Union Of

Universities) we must successfullu fight against this selfishness. However if there had been no room for both parties to listen to each other.the problem would not have been resolved. The goal should be to respond not react.

Incorrect interpretation techniques:

you can make certain assumptions base on previous acquired knowledge and experience. However when you allow such assumption to stop you from receiving more information,which may be contrary to what you already know, it becomes a listening problem. as a result you now miss out on information that can be of importance to the overall understanding of the topic.b
Effective listening is one that interpret the. message in the light of the speakers intentions.

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Rehearsing:

rather than concentrating on what the teacher is saying you are preoccupied with what you will say in response. Although you are giving the appropriate non verbal response such as nodding to show agreement or an interested look, your mind is thinking about your next comment.

Day dreaming:

it a normal phenomenon that an average person thinks four times faster than he or she can speak, the listener tends to have enough time to digest the message with extra thinking time left over.
Another cause of day dreaming is that attention span is intermittent in that it stops and start at intervals. You mat be there physically, you body appearances and facial expressions seems to show that you are participating, but you are not there mentally. To overcome this

This habit, it is important that you prepare yourself mentally for the listening activities. Begin to view listening as an active process( not a passive one) that requires you full presence.

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Tiredness:

listening is a mental activity that requires mental alertness. If you are mentally from studying of physically tired, concentration will be difficult. Ensure that you are well rested before lectures and other listening situations.


Incorrect note taking:

you have not taking notes correctly when you try to write everything you hear the speaker saying. By so doing the chance of missing important points are high. At the same time,notes that do not reflect the speakers central idea, main points and general conclusion are incorrect. When you do not take notes correctly what you have misinformation . the antidote to this problem is to develop your note taking skills.

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How To Read In Passing Your Exams

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Complete act of reading 

Reading is a way of building up what has what has been put down in written form.

The written symbols are used to form words or sentences,which are are in turn expected to be represent certain information or intension. Reading is thus a form of communication during which the content,challenges and claims made by a writer are gone over by the reader who tries to capture the substance of written materials. In certain instances the activities may involve reading aloud while most others situation may involve silent reading.

Some of the principal factors that influences ones level of understanding during reading are been listed below.

  1. Use of ones past experience
  2. Connection of the different points being made.
  3. Structure of the sentence.
  4. Vocabulary selection.
  5. Identification of the style of the text.

Increase Reading speed

The speed at which a text is read questions accurately answered on it called reading speed. Reading speed will depend on the level of difficulty of the text and the purpose for which one is reading. When we read a text and very closely and carefully we engaged in intensive reading .this involves examining all the particular details of the text intensive reading. the reader reaction after the  intensive reading may involve weighing the points mentioned or the argument material that often required to make an evaluative judgment.

Material that often require intensive reading increases include editorials,letters,memoranda,examination questions,reports and very important passages and text book.

Spread reading

Under this kind of reading questions the reader makes a very great use of expanded eye span or sweep of the eyes with the aim of going over the reading material at a greet speed. The material being read may be a novel or a news paper.

The reader may only slow down when a particular point of interest is made. Speed reading may be employed to obtain the gist or the main substance in a text. It may also be used when the reader is scanning for a particular piece of information.

As earlier mentioned,the strand of speed reading most relevant for certain activities. Example include those listed below:

  • Going through a novel.
  • Going through references.
  • Reading a newspaper.
  • Watching the last part of a film on the screen
  • Reading notice along the traffic.

Some of the equipment used for training speed reading include the tachistoscope,the flashcards, reproduced paragraphs,whole chapters and other standardized text.

In the absence of these materials the students can organize themselves to engage in peen or within class competition. Stating the objective before reading is very important, using before questions is also important.

Reading for literal understanding

You may go through a text to identify a point or points stated outwardly or directly by the writer when we read what has been stated directly, we are involved in lateral comprehension through this is usually a basic or elementary level of reading,it can sometimes be very cchallenging depending on the writer language used.

Some Literal comprehension questions you may encounter

Below are some literal comprehension questions you may encounter:

  1. Which university is Fr. James and alumus of?
  2. Who ordained Fr. James daman
  3. What order does fr.James DA man to?
  4. When was fr. James daman born

Most literal comprehension questions are usually direct consequently answers to them are Al’s expected to be direct. The answers must not be more detailed than the required. The student may use some of the words is to be preferred.

This is because the response expression in ones word Will reflect accurately the degree or level of ones understanding.

Sometimes the information In a text may modified or transformed through the use of an expression or an unfamiliar word.

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