Substitution: they can substitute for a verbal message’ Complementing: they may add to or complement a verbal message. * Accenting: they may accent or underline a verbal message. Pounding the table, for example, can underline a * Emphasis on sincerity, passion, and commitment message * Conveys nervousness (if exists) * Movements keep the audience’s attention * Body Language Categories * Facial Expressions – the key to the meaning behind the message * Eye contact (60% first meeting, Public speaker) * Gestures -? reinforce verbal messages or convey a specific thought or emotion.Hands and arms (avoid fidgeting with jewelry and other nervous mannerism to revert distracting the audience) – Be natural * Conventional gestures – symbols for words such as raised hand for stop (cultural differences number 2? ) * Descriptive gestures – describe the idea you are communicating (e.
G. Holding the hands apart to show length) * Emotional gestures – suggest feelings (e. G. Shaking a clenched fist to show anger and determination or shrugging the shoulders to show indifference) * Whole Body Movement – posture, stance, and movement – Be relaxed * Use video recording or a mirror to practice your body language or askTM friends to Judge It * Sometimes there are limitations (e.
G. You are obliged to use the lectern and alike) * Consider cultural Issues Of you are addressing an audience In a different country or a different ethnic background) * I suggest that from now on we consider evaluating body language of our speakers at every speech (although we already do it to some extent) Using Body Language in a Speech By parish My TM & Public Speaking Background (Member since 2009 – Public speeches in four countries since 1995 including Iran, United Arab Emirates, Canada (Toronto,Chatham, Vancouver), and the United Kingdom) * The importance of body * Repetition: they can repeat the message the person is making verbally. Contact (60% first meeting.
Public speaker) * Gestures – reinforce verbal messages or convey a specific thought or emotion. Hands and arms (avoid fidgeting with Jewelry and other nervous mannerism to TM friends to Judge it * Sometimes there are limitations (e. G. You are obliged to use the lectern and alike) * Consider cultural issues (if you are addressing an audience in a different country or a different ethnic background)
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