We can all become better speakers! I spent years as a speech therapist and happy to offer these classes! Private swell classroom code: 00UJ5T0C0O
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:51
How do you feel about talking ..about your voice ? What does it feel like to speak? To hear your own voice?
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 5:00
Glottal Fry, what is it? Why are we hearing so much of it and how to get rid of it !
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:39
Prosody, or changes in vocal pitch when we speak , is a great add on to a tired or boring voice ! Learn why !
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:57
it all goes back to the breath and how a good supportive breath helps slow us down. Also masks muffle us !
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:46
Today we consider the use of fillers in conversational speech, slowing down, & preparing for a conversation w/ n
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:49
Today - habits like speaking loudly, or too quickly or not taking a breath when needed - where did we learn them?
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:52
Opening your mouth more when you speak gives you more resonance in the Oral cavity and can give you more volume !
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:50
When you ID a voice you are drawn to , see if you can name what you like about it. Also, what’s up with resonance?
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:36
if you find yourself rushing when you speak or swallowing your words at the end of a phrase- try breathing more!
@SpeakingSchool · 2yr ago · 4:56
Think of the breath as the gasoline for the voice. Understanding the breath is integral to a strong and supple voice
Oswald (the cartoon)
@SnehaMazumdar10 · 3mo ago · 1:13
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