It is never too early or too late to learn to speak clearly and confidently.
Children who can speak clearly and confidently are happy children.
Children who can speak clearly and confidently are more likely to be top of their class because they’re not frightened to speak or ask the teacher questions.
Children who can speak clearly and confidently are willing to join in social events – parties, clubs, sports etc. They don’t need to have a parent with them all the time because they can speak for themselves.
Children who can speak clearly and confidently are successful children. Confident, successful children sleep well at night.
Even in this age of emails, text messaging and social networking the spoken word is still the most effective way of communicating and to succeed in the world today, children and adults need to be able to communicate with confidence. The way we talk influences the way other people think of us and consequently how they react to us.
Articulation is the art of speaking and involves the study of the muscles we use for speech. Good articulation will lead to clear communication.
Correct breathing is essential for good speech. Every sound we make needs breath.
Inflection, Pause, Pace, Pitch, Power, Resonance, Facial Expression are all required to achieve the best for succinct and comprehensible conversation.
You need to build up clarity, eye contact and volume, and learn to breathe at the right times, otherwise you can’t be understood. The beginning and end of words are crucial. If you lose the end of the word, you don’t complete the thought.
Elocution is not about snobbery, class or attempting to sound like Hyacinth Bucket! Regional accents are quite acceptable as long as the individual is understandable.
Knowing how to speak with clear diction and how to enunciate well makes one much more responsive to different situations and people from all walks of life.
My mission is to help children speak with clear diction and to teach them the rules of rhetoric. Elocution lessons can brighten an individual’s future and help eliminating class barriers. Teaching people how to speak with a more neutral accent and lose bad language habits, including slang will lead to a well rounded character. Very often it only takes a few minor corrections to fine tune one’s speech.
Knowing how to speak with clear diction and how to enunciate well makes one much more responsive to different situations and people from all walks of life. It gives added flexibility and boasts one’s confidence, as one feels more
like an equal in conversations, allows one to steer conversations and also opens the door to any career and project’s a professional imagine.
The way one speaks directly affects the way one writes, for example, if your child says the word ‘what’ without pronouncing the ‘t’, s/he may also think that the spelling is exactly as it sounds ‘wha’.
The lessons adopt a fun approach towards learning and I incorporate various different methods towards teaching, for example games, activities, cooperative learning, and role play, instead of just lecturing.
Success in elocution demands serious practices and careful guidance of responsible and expert Speech and Language Therapists.
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