Guidelines for Effective Oral Presentation
Guidelines for good oral communication are given in the diagram below.
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Rules for effective oral communication are followed:
- Clear and proper words
- Clarity and precision
- Primer tone
- Right register
- Correct pitch
Principles of effective oral communication are.
1. Clear and proper words
For effective oral communication, the words should be clearly and properly pronounced. Poor voice control and poor communication act as a barrier to communication.
2. Clarity and precision
For effective oral communication, the person who speaks must have a good vocabulary at his disposal and should be able to convey his message without any confusion of meaning.
For effective oral communication, the speaker should use only the number of words necessary to convey his meaning. Over-communication should be avoided. The speaker should use limited words to convey his message.
4. Primer tone
For effective oral communication not only words, but also the feeling with which you say them affect the person who is listening. A proper tone, volume and voice are necessary.
5. Right register
For effective oral communication use of a right register is essential. By Right Register, we mean using the correct style and vocabulary to suit the situation and the listener.
6. Correct pitch
For effective oral communication correct pitch is necessary. Pitch means the way in which your voice moves up and down. To hold the attention of your listeners, pitch must change from time to time.