Public Speech Critique

Public speech critique is a detailed analysis and assessment of a speech.

There are two kinds of speech critique.

The first is the most important to improve and master your pubic speaking skills. The latter is the most often used but provides little benefit to help speakers grow.

A skills critique is another way to evaluate a speaker. By evaluating the speaker, using a skills speech critique, it is possible for speakers to get an analysis allowing mastery of public speaking.

A detailed analysis and assessment of a speech, based on the three pillars of great public speaking are essential to mastery of public speaking.

The Three Pillars of Dynamic Public Speaking

  • Voice
  • Verbalization
  • Vocalizations

The Fourth Pillar, The Heart

    Taking your public speaking to the level of holistic speaking requires speaking from the soul, mind and heart. We simply these calling them simply the heart. Not the organ, rather the innermost us.

Critique Against the Speaker Skills

    Rather than rating the public speech and giving an overall score, evaluating the various speaker skills and providing a detailed analysis and assessment of each, a speaker is allowed the chance to improve specific skill sets.

    Unlike a rating or score in an overall speech critique, there is no score. When providing a skills speech critique, the analysis is focused on if and how the skills were used.

    It is not possible to use all the skills as some will require using either one or the other aspect of a particular skill.

Skills Speech Critique and how to improve public speaking.

Content Speech Critique and how to evaluate public speaking.

Speaking Skills List Review the entire list of skills.

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