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93 Public Speaking Blogs: The Public Speaking Blogosphere said,         
April 4 2008

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Public Speaking Blog Articles: Week in Review [2008-04-05] said,         
April 5 2008

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SpeakerSue Says… » If you speak with an accent, read this! said,         
April 5 2008

[...] are 5 more public speaking tips for non-native [...]

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Tip Diva | Carnival Of Tips - April 5, 2008 said,         
April 7 2008

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Public Speaking Success: How to Speak with Clarity | Overnight Sensation said,         
April 17 2008

[...] English is not your first language. [...]

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My public speaking - please advice - UsingEnglish.com ESL Forum said,         
May 12 2008

[...] that can help you with Public speaking when English is your second language. You can read it at Public Speaking Tips: Five Tips for ESL (English as a Second Language) Speakers | Overnight Sensatio… Good luck with your talk, James [...]

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ELL/ESL/EFL Blog Carnival — Fifth Edition | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... said,         
May 31 2008

[...] James Feudo contributed Public Speaking Tips: Five Tips For ESL Speakers [...]

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kate said,         
June 17 2008

How to overcome the habit of reading from notes?

I tried to consolidate my thoughts in points form and convey the messages in my natural tone, but I messed up the grammars and sentence structures. It seems like the fear is one of the factor that affect my speech delivery.

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Five Tips for ESL (English as a Second Language) Speakers « Gilbert Toastmasters said,         
January 27 2009

[...] Read more at Public Speaking Tips: Five Tips for ESL (English as a Second Language) Speakers | Overnight Sensatio…. [...]

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James Jackson said,         
February 2 2009

These are some really great tips!

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Tim Ackerman said,         
January 24 2010

Great tips!

I really believe that public speaking is something you can acquire or learn to. It is something that you can study and work on it to improve your communication skills.

Practice is the key to it — practice to improve.

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Catherine said,         
January 31 2011

I teach public speaking at the university level, and writing out a speech is typically not recommended unless the speech is going to be memorized, which is only appropriate for special occasion or short messages. In most cases, speeches are delivered in an extemporaneous style because manuscript style speeches (written out) restrict naturalness and enthusiasm, which also means it restricts natural body and hand gestures, as well as facial expressions and eye contact. There are better ways to practice grammar and pronunciation. Writing out the speech will not help your delivery.

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Calida said,         
November 5 2011

Wonderful, thank you for this simple list of tips! I will definitely share this with my class :)

 

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