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Speaking Skill

Your voice can reveal as much about your personal history as your appearance. The sound of a voice and the content of speech can provide clues to an individual's emotional state and a dialect indicates their geographic roots. The voice is unique to the person to whom it belongs. For instance, if self-esteem is low, it may be reflected by hesitancy in the voice, a shy person may have a quiet or low voice, but someone who is confident in oneself will have command of his voice and clarity of speech.

Effective communication skills are fundamental to success in many aspects of life. Many jobs require strong communication skills. People with improved communication skill usually enjoy better interpersonal relationships with friends and family.

Improve our communication skill has many benefits. Let's consider what our experts teach you in the class.

Aspects of Effective Speaking Skill-

  • Accents

    Finding your voice.
    The effect of breath on voice and speech.
    Vocal production.
    Regional and ethnic accents are positive; they are part of individual personality.
    It is important to get used to the sound of your own voice. Most people are more relaxed in a private situation, particularly at home, where there are no pressures to conform to any other social rules and expectations.
    This is not the case in public situations when there are all sorts of influences exerted upon the way people speak.

  • Effect of Breath on Voice and Speech

    The voice is responsive to emotions and sometimes gets 'blocked', which can prevent or hinder the expression of a range of feelings. However, it is possible to use physical exercise to help produce a more flexible voice, in the same way that people who use vocal sounds professionally take lessons, to ensure that their voices are kept in a versatile condition and ready to vocalise a range of sounds.

  • Vocal Production

    Good and effective speaker is one who speaks spontaneously according to the situation and mood because he possesses core elements of vocal production. The following are core elements of vocal production need to be understood for anyone wishing to become an effective speaker:

    Volume - to be heard.
    Clarity - to be understood.
    Variety - to add interest.
    Pace - to make understand clearly.
    Pitch - to make the talk interesting and effective.
    Pause - to gain attention before an important message.

    Before any important speaking situation, whether it is an appointment, meeting or talk, it is beneficial to have a voice warm up as we avail in Vidya Coaching.

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