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 use the way the presidential candidates delivered their campaign messages as a way to craft our own delivery, including why you must get the attention of your audience.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to use the way the presidential candidates delivered their campaign messages, as a way to craft our own delivery, including why you must know yourself and be authentic.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to use the way the presidential candidates delivered their campaign messages as a way to craft our own delivery, including why you must know your audience.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that speaking mannerisms, like voice grinding, up-talking, grammatical errors and being sloppy with words will cause people you want to influence to disregard you.
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that if you use non-words, like Uh, Ah, and You know repetitively, when you’re speaking of delivering a presentation, you dilute the power of the message you’re trying to deliver.