Diane DiResta

Teaching students how to speak in public

How can we prepare students to become public speakers? Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to discuss her ideas and experience in teaching young people to become public speakers.

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Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to compare the commencement speeches of Denzel Washington and Michelle Obama as examples of how to deliver a speech and how not to.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to be a better public speaker, including what we can learn from recent commencement speakers.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to explain that when speaking in public, you should focus on the moment instead of what will be said about you in the future.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the things you can do to overcome your fear of public speaking, including using a pressure point in your finger.
Engage your audience with metaphors and compelling ideas. Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of compelling language and metaphors when you want to have your message remembered.