Public Speaking Training Program

Regardless of whether you are a man or woman, if you already have good English but would like to improve your speaking abilities then our Public Speaking program may be what you are looking for. The instructors are Americans with many years of experience in the field of teaching and public speaking. They have also logged many years of experience teaching and training people to be teachers and speakers.

Our material covers basic theories of speaking, such as identifying various types speeches and the importance of the voice and how it affects speech. Then we systematically work through each phase of the speech making process, from analysis of the occasion and audience, to deciding on a type and topic, to preparation and practice, to delivery and follow up. Each class meeting, including the first one, will include a speaking assignment and there will be numerous outside assignments. Instructors will provide written analysis and evaluation for every speaking assignment to help assure students of weekly progress.

The ETHOS Public Speaking Program is composed of twelve (12) lessons with 24 Hours total in-class study time, which works out to 2 hours per class, 3 times per week, for 4 weeks.

Remove “stage fright”, increase the strength of your voice, learn how to analyze an audience situation, and create lessons that will accomplish what is needed.

Outline of lesson topics PUBLIC SPEAKING:

  • Lesson 1: Introduction to the course and “Stage Fright”
  • Lesson 2: The OUTLINE
  • Lesson 3: Improving your pronunciation and articulation
  • Lesson 4: The “10 Commandments” of Public Speaking
  • Lesson 5: Taking AIM
  • Lesson 6: Earning the Right to Speak!
  • Lesson 7: The Introduction & Conclusion
  • Lesson 8: The DELIVERY
  • Lesson 9: Managing Voice Projection
  • Lesson 10: Persuasion!
  • Lesson 11: PASSION!!
  • Lesson 12: Putting It All Together…

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ETHOS: Public Speaking Course by Barry D. Murrell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

SUGGESTED SCHEDULE: This course is designed for a three-times-a-week schedule and we require at least four (4) students enrolled in order to have a class, but we will allow no more than six (6) students per batch.