Importance Of Speaking Skills

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As we know speaking skills a very important role in learning. A person who communicates well and has good speaking skills does not necessarily use big words and elaborate jargon. In fact those things can serve to turn a listener off. They feel patronised, inadequate and frustrated if someone is using fancy language. The point of communicating is to convey information, to share with others and to have a two-way exchange. Communicating, to whatever size of audience, requires the speaker to encourage people to listen, engage, take on board what is being said and process that information with a view to doing something with it. People will only listen if they feel that the speaker is talking to them, interested in them, is speaking their language. …show more content…
In fact those things can serve to turn a listener off. They feel patronised, inadequate and frustrated if someone is using fancy language. The point of communicating is to convey information, to share with others and to have a two-way exchange. Communicating, to whatever size of audience, requires the speaker to encourage people to listen, engage, take on board what is being said and process that information with a view to doing something with it. People will only listen if they feel that the speaker is talking to them, interested in them, is speaking their language. Using the type of language they feel comfortable with is the key. - Giving something away is important. Updating people requires them to understand how what is being said will affect them. Giving them insights, an advantage, information is an important part of speaking skills. Establishing what the audience wants to hear is crucial. The skill is in being relevant to what people want to learn more about. - Encouraging people to communicate back is equally important. Good speaking skills are about encouraging people to share, to give information that will enable the relationship to progress. If only one person speaks it is a one-way exchange. This is fine in a presentation situation, where research has been done in advance to establish what is needed to be …show more content…
Relevant Study
Studies that have relevant to this study are: the research that has relevance to do with the practice of Talking Towards The Native Speaker Speech

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