Effective face-to-face communication means thinking about audience and purpose. Generally this means using Standard English, listening carefully and being polite and co-operative.
Which two things do you need to consider when planning to speak to a group of
Speaking and listening
Purpose and audience
Discussing and responding
How could you prepare for speaking?
Copy the ideas of other speakers
Learn the whole thing off by heart
Prepare notes and practise
If you were to present about a new product that you had invented on Dragons' Den, what would the purpose of your speech be?
To inform the Dragons of a product
To persuade the Dragons to invest in your product
To entertain the Dragons using your personality
What is the difference between Standard English and informal language?
Standard English is understood by a wide audience - informal language, like slang, could be used by a particular group or individual in certain situations
Informal language, like slang, is understood by a wider group of people
Standard English is less formal
How can you successfully interact and respond to others during a discussion?
Respond, build on ideas and challenge opinions
Listen to everything to make sure there is nothing you have missed
Make sure that you speak as much as possible during the discussion
Which type of questioning is best to develop a discussion?
A mixture of both
What can help you to challenge others' ideas and develop a debate or discussion?
Make sure that you argue with whoever disagrees with your ideas
Being confident so that your voice is heard and others do not spend too long talking
Being positive, polite and listening to both sides of the argument
What is the key aim of a presentation?
Speaking loudly and clearly
Communicating information to a specific audience
Making sure you entertain the audience
Which two things do you need to do when creating a character role-play piece?
Create and sustain a believable character
Making sure you include the plot as much as possible and include your own ideas
Write a script and rehearse it
How can you make a character less ‘one-dimensional’?
Remember words that the character may say
Consider how they have both good and bad sides to their personality