Our Public Speaking Checklist

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February 28, 2013 by Jackie Hoermann

Read the rubric, too, but here are the do’s and don’t’s we came up with today:

Do’s

Confidence

Good Posture

Eye Contact

Openness

Strong Voice

Direction (Organization)

Take a Risk!

Be Adaptable

Hook

Strong and Purposeful Ending

Have a Point! (Thesis)

Context

Create Your Own Style!

Professionalism

Seek Feedback

Don’t’s

Fidget

Speak with Anything in Your Mouth

Cry

Stop Breathing

Lock Your knees

Mumble

Panic

Filler Words

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