Neutral Position
Clarity
Gestures
Annotation
Cadence

100

In neutral position, a speaker's feet should be where?

Shoulder-width apart

100

The these to practice clarity

Tongue Twisters


100

Avoid these two offensive gestures

fist or pointed finger

100

What is annotation?

the practice of marking notes in your speech to improve your delivery.

100

What is monotone?

speed

200

In neutral position, knees should be

slightly bent (or bent)

200

To make sure your words and sentences are projected at full volume, breathe from here:

the diaphragm or stomach

200

When not gesturing, where should hands be?

neutral position



200

How do we mark emphasis?

underline

200

How can a speaker show competence or knowledge of a subject?

T

300

The key to good posture is found not in the shoulders, but where?

in the core

300

Focus on these parts to clarify your vowels

lips and jaw

300

Never put your hands in these 3 places

in your pockets, behind your back, or between your body and the audience

300

How do we mark pauses?

slash

300

How can you use volume to emphasize ideas?


up or down


400

In neutral position, hands should be both of these two things:

Relaxed and visible


400

Focus on these parts to clarify your consonants:

teeth and tongue

400

Keep gestures in which zone of your body to make them more powerful?

between the elbows and the head

400

How do we mark gestures?

circle

400

What is upspeak? and why is it bad?

monotone

500

Remember these two things in your face when in neutral position

Eye contact and a smile


500

Why is it important to keep your chin upright?

To keep your airway open

500

How can you show openness with your gestures

palms upward

500

What do we mark in the margin?

motivations

500

What is fixed-pitch pattern?

upspeak