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Body Language and Vocal Variety

Quiz by Nadir Ahmad

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  • Q1
    is the degree of highness or lowness of a tone
  • Q2
    lets your audience know what you are feeling and what they should be feeling, too.
    Your voice
  • Q3
    pitch, pauses, pace, projection, and pronunciation.
    the five "Ps" of vocal variety
  • Q4
    is a temporary stop in action or speech. It is a powerful way to give emphasis to important concepts
    A pause
  • Q5
    Present your speech as if you are speaking to a class of young students
    the best ways of practicing your pacing
  • Q6
    is about the volume of your voice and how it relates to your topic, your audience, and your environment
  • Q7
    By changing the tune and tone of your voice you signal to your audience that a new idea is coming.
  • Q8
    posture, gestures and movement, facial expression, eye contact, and dress
    the five areas to keep in mind when it comes to non-verbal communication
  • Q9
    bring energy to your presentation and highlight or magnify key concepts/to help your audience understand what you are saying
    two purposes of gestures and movements
  • Q10
    use open handed gestures, avoid closed handed gestures as much as possible and avoid crossing the midline of your body with your arms/or one arm half hug
    two guidelines you want to keep in mind when gesturing
  • Q11
    pointing, pizza pie, bent elbow, robot stance/or the gym teacher-hands on hips
    gestures to avoid
  • Q12
    3 to 6 seconds
    Approximately how long should your eye contact be
  • Q13
    the genuine smile
    What is the most effective, all purpose facial expression?
  • Q14
    that you respect them and yourself
    What message does how you dress send to your audience?
  • Q15
    Body language 55%; Vocal qualities 38%; and Words 7%
    Audiences base their judgment of the quality of a speaker on the following

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