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Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol, Arabe

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Spécialisation
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Anglais

Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol, Arabe

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Semaine
1
Heures pour terminer
3 heures pour terminer

Week 1: Targeting your presentation

Welcome. This is a big week. Here’s what we’ll be doing. We’ll start with an overview of the course. This course is about developing interesting and informative speeches. The way we’ll work on these skills is through the informative speech assignment. Next, we’ll focus on the key challenge in informative speaking. remaining audience-oriented. This requires us to assess what the audience knows and how our speech can be of the most value. We need to design our goals for the speech. Too often, speakers simply just dump their information on the audience. We need to be precise about what we want our speech to accomplish to protect against being boring. After we think about audience and our goals, we can start planning out our speech. A good outline is the foundation for a good talk. We want to adhere to the principles of simplicity, balance, and order. In this module, we'll work through a case study of a TED talk. Once we have a sense for informative speaking, you’ll perform a short introductory speech. It’s a fun and easy speech that allows you to get to know some of your classmates....
Reading
15 videos (Total 82 min), 5 lectures, 4 quiz
Video15 vidéos
What's this course about?6 min
Informative speech assignment5 min
Your speech should be audience-oriented5 min
What do I know about my audience?6 min
What does my audience know about the topic?7 min
Identifying goals. What do you want the speech to achieve?7 min
Planning goals. Be concrete to be successful.4 min
Revising goals. Be realistic given the time and audience.6 min
Start with an outline that clarifies key themes.5 min
Simplicity. Focus on a few key ideas7 min
Order. Make the speech easy to follow along with.5 min
Balance. Are you spending time in the right sections?3 min
Sample introductory speech2 min
Recording good speech videos (optional)4 min
Reading5 lectures
Week one overview2 min
Informative speech assignment description (Optional reading)10 min
Case study. Juliana Rotich at TED20 min
Week one lesson summaries10 min
Week one assignment check-in10 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Valuable talks4 min
Speech goals5 min
Week 1 quiz10 min
Semaine
2
Heures pour terminer
3 heures pour terminer

Week 2: Designing informative speeches

Last week, we worked on developing the basic outline for of our speech. This week, we’ll take that structure and build a speech around it. We'll begin with discussing ideas clearly. This is the big challenge in informative speaking. With the body of the speech taken care of, we can now turn our attention to writing a full draft. This means thinking about the iterative process of good speech preparation. We also look at how to open and close the speech. Each speech will be arranged differently, but there are some broad genres. We'll talk about the various goals and arrangement models that might work for different types of informative speaking. Having discussed invention and arrangement, we'll watch and evaluate a sample speech. You’ll watch a speech, write up some feedback, and read how others analyzed the speech....
Reading
12 videos (Total 70 min), 8 lectures, 3 quiz
Video12 vidéos
Include clear examples and illustrations5 min
Summarize complex information7 min
Give the audience time to process what you're saying5 min
Refining your speech5 min
Good introductions set you up for an interesting and clear speech6 min
Good conclusions allow you reinforce and end on a strong note.5 min
Briefings and updates4 min
Product and design presentations4 min
Explaining research to a general audience7 min
Teaching talks6 min
Conference talks6 min
Reading8 lectures
Week two overview2 min
Case study. Explaining bee death15 min
Case study: Hans Rosling's magic washing machine10 min
A note on these models2 min
Speech analysis #1 overview10 min
Matt's feedback (Optional)10 min
Week two lesson summaries10 min
Week two assignment check5 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Introductions and conclusions4 min
Week 2 quiz10 min
Semaine
3
Heures pour terminer
2 heures pour terminer

Week 3: Clarity through support and slides

This week is all about slides! They can make or break a speech. We’ll talk about how to design slides so that they support you as a speaker (not replace you). By the end of the week, you should have skills and experience explaining ideas richly and designing and using clear presentation slides. ...
Reading
12 videos (Total 65 min), 3 lectures, 1 quiz
Video12 vidéos
Slides aren't simply your notes5 min
Keep slides simple5 min
Use slides to clarify the speech's arrangement4 min
Using text in slides5 min
Using images in slides3 min
Using video in slides4 min
Presenting with slides5 min
Case study. Slides and text8 min
Michael Alley, Penn State: What's wrong with slides?4 min
Michael Alley, Penn State: How to make slides better5 min
Sara Battersby from Tableau Software6 min
Reading3 lectures
Week three overview2 min
Week three lesson summaries10 min
Week three assignment check-in5 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 3 quiz10 min
Semaine
4
Heures pour terminer
2 heures pour terminer

Week 4: Delivering informative speeches

Now for some delivery work. We start with the concept of ethos. It is that performance of credibility that all great informative speakers have. We'll dive deep into how you can refine your ethos as a speaker. We’ll finish this course by focusing on the unique delivery demands of informative speaking: using notes, mics, and podiums effectively. Interacting with the audience well. By the end of the week, you’ll have some strategies for speaking more smoothly and with greater credibility. Having discussed invention and arrangement, we'll watch and evaluate a sample speech. You’ll watch a speech, write up some feedback, and read how others analyzed the speech....
Reading
11 videos (Total 70 min), 5 lectures, 3 quiz
Video11 vidéos
Arete: Performing your passion6 min
Phronesis. Showing your knowledge5 min
Eunoia. Displaying your goodwill4 min
Presidential ethos analysis9 min
Using podiums5 min
Using microphones6 min
Using notes7 min
Where and how to interact with your audience6 min
Audience getting sleepy? Try a delivery change up4 min
Sample informative speech8 min
Reading5 lectures
Week four overview2 min
Speech analysis #22 min
Matt's feedback (Optional)10 min
Week four lesson summaries10 min
Week four assignment check-in2 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Interacting with your materials4 min
Week 4 quiz10 min
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par JJNov 14th 2017

Excellent lecture structure. The logical progression of the lessons made it easier to understand and grasp the key concepts of the course. I would recommend this course to everyone.

par VTJun 12th 2018

I like this course so much. I like the way Dr. Matt McGarrity encourage and teach everybody to overcome the fear of public speech.

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UW Department of Communication

À propos de University of Washington

Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is one of the oldest state-supported institutions of higher education on the West Coast and is one of the preeminent research universities in the world....

À propos de la Spécialisation Dynamic Public Speaking

Good speaking is your most enduring job skill. This four-course specialization will provide you with the instruction, experience, and practice to develop and deliver compelling presentations. Drawing from the established knowledge in communication, rhetoric, linguistics, and argumentation, each course balances proven ideas with lots of speech practice. The courses in this specializations should help speakers at all levels. If you are nervous about public speaking, this is for you! I have spent an entire career helping nervous novice speakers grow into confident communicators. We slowly work up specific skills that you can practice multiple times before putting together a longer speech....
Dynamic Public Speaking

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