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General Public Speaking

Description

The main objective of the course is to (re)discover the tools for an effective and adapted oral communication. This 2-day workshop is designed to help young scientific researchers develop their communication skills, with the primary focus on presentations before small and large groups.

Working from self-evaluation of their skills and objectives, participants will receive hands-on training in effective techniques in public speaking in academics, including physical preparation (stage presence, voice, non-verbal communication, branding), organization (structure, materials), content (convincing, storytelling, etc.), audience involvement, and the particular problems of presenting in a foreign language. Participants should prepare some their past and current presentations for activities in day 2.

PEDAGOGIC OBJECTIVES:
— To stimulate interaction
— To manage stage fright
— To encourage effective listening
— To develop an individual presentation style
— To use the body language
— To create effective support materials
— To optimize the preparation

PROCESS
— Experimentations to understand the communication basis
— Actors’ techniques to manage the emotions and the verbal/non verbal aspect of public speaking
— Exercises to develop listening, adaptation and attention
— Suggestions to master relationship
— Techniques to manage the group dynamics
— Theory

Coordinators

Ray Horn
E-mail: ray.horn@free.fr

Organization

Dates: Oct 22nd, Oct 29th, Nov 5th 2018
Location: Room 3.11, CRI building
Credits: 21 hours (3 full days)
Validation: Student must attend all three days of the class to validate the hours and meet the FIRE requirement

Registration

Enroll on Google Classroom

  • Log in with you cri-paris.org email address
  • Click the + in the top right corner of the screen and click Join class
  • Enter registration code: kvclyu1