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Level 1 Course Structure

Voice Projection & Modulation

Projecting your voice correctly can hold the attention of the audience and boost confidence as a speaker. Voice Modulation is when you control or adjust your voice.

Phonemes

A phoneme is defined as the smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference in meaning. Phonemes require readers to notice how letters represent sounds and a way to approach sounding out and reading new words.

Monophthong & Diphthong

A monophthong is where there is one vowel sound in a syllable, and a diphthong is where there are two vowel sounds in a syllable. They give meaning to words and create patterns that assist our ability to read correctly.

Syllables

A syllable is a part of a word that contains a single vowel sound and that is pronounced as a unit. They greatly affect the rhythm of the language and its stress patterns.

Word Stress & Silent Letters

Word stress determines which vowels in a word will be pronounced with a clear vowel. A silent letter is an informal term for a letter of the alphabet that is usually left unpronounced. Thanks to silent letters, you can know the difference between two, to, and too!

Key Events & Sequences

Key events are occurrences or instances that are very critical/important in a character's life. sequencing allows students to make sense of how events unfold in their reading. The beginning, the middle and the end.

Compare & Contrast

Compare & Contrast improves comprehension by highlighting important details, the ability to sort, classify and ability to evaluate

Cause & Effect

Understanding the cause/effect text structure is essential in learning. It helps us to identify what happens and why it happens. Cause happens first and tells us why it happened. Effect happens after cause and tells us what happened.

Conflict & Resolution

Through Conflict & Resolution, students learn about challenges, the cause of it and possible solutions for it. This learning is essential and can be replicated in real lives.

Summary vs Point of View

Summarizing helps students to learn the technique of taking out the most important ideas from a text. Point of view can be used to express the feelings, thoughts, motivations, and experiences, which is very critical to your learning.

Performance Preparation

A thorough revisit of the song preparation for your upcoming certification ceremony.

Final Performance

A culminating performance by you in front of your friends and family showcasing your talent.
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Voice Projection & Modulation

Projecting your voice correctly can hold the attention of the audience and boost confidence as a speaker. Voice Modulation is when you control or adjust your voice.
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Revision and Practice Materials

Revision and Practice Materials

Watch the syllabus videos to practice the techniques taught in the online Public Speaking class.

Syllabus Videos
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Practice Videos
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FAQs

Here are a few questions frequently asked to us. Please reach out to us for further queries.

What is Public Speaking?

Public Speaking is an oratory skill that helps you develop communication skills, creativity and personality development. We focus on the below tools in order to develop Communication skills and personality development.Communication Skills:Pronunciation Spoken English Grammer Voice and Accent Training Forming of phrases Articulation Voice modulation Projection Clarity of Speech Personality Development:Building confidence Ability to express Developing motor skills Body gesture Face, voice and body coordination

How does Public Speaking help students?

All our Public Speaking classes are practically (we do not give theory to kids, we explain theory through activities) driven activity based and performance oriented classes. Learning through activities is essential for a child because the games or activities develop the kid's motor skills While the teaching happens in the first half of the class, inculcating the teaching into a performance happens in the second half of the class. Each technique learned is quickly implemented in the performance that the child needs to give towards the end of the level.The performance ranges from poems, monologues, literature texts, historical speeches, newspaper articles and improvisational dialogues.

What are the 4 purposes of Public Speaking?

It helps your child to be in such a position where they can captivate the audience helps your child in nurturing, using the foundational skills and also helps thema acquire future skills or 21st century skills Public Speaking builds child's self confidence and to make himself or herself understood Making your child stand out among the crowd

What do you learn in Public Speaking?

Our public speaking classes integrate public speaking and performance. The course is designed to help students improve their communication and creative skills by exposing them to a variety of forms such as poetry, prose, and play excerpts in a variety of styles. Students at Kafqa Academy are prepared for Trinity College London Speech & Drama exams. Join Kafqa Academy’s Public Speaking courses online and enhance your performing skills.

What is the importance of Public Speaking knowledge?

We help uplift student’s communication skills and personality development while covering from the basics of phonetics, to tech driven courses such as pod casting and youtubing.

What is the role of Public Speaking in society?

People with public speaking skills can influence the world through positions of public leadership in society, such as those in commercial organisations, the volunteer sector, groups, and clubs. Personal development and self-esteem can also benefit from public speaking. It enables us to make connections, influence decisions, and inspire change. Without communication skills, it would be nearly impossible to advance in the workplace and in life.

How can Public Speaking help you in life?

Effective public speaking skills can aid in career advancement because they demonstrate creativity, critical thinking abilities, leadership abilities, poise, and professionalism, all of which are highly valued in today's job market. Speaking at events and conferences is an excellent way to establish credibility

How does Speech become a form of art?

That is the essence of our approach to public speaking training: finding your own voice, with authority and authenticity, in order to become the best verbal artist you can be.