Delivering Your Speech
- Methods of Delivery
Use the link on this page to compare the merits of manuscript, memorized, and extemporaneous speech delivery.
- Assessing Vocal Delivery
The History Channel's rich index of more than 100 speeches and verbal message that changed the world gives you a chance to appreciate the vocal deliveries of historical and contemporary figures.
- Studying Facial Expression
This site provides links to a number of sites with bibliographies and images on research about facial expression.
- Delivery Advice for Academics
Visit this site to see delivery suggestions for academics who give "talks".
- Impromptu Speaking
Get more detailed instruction on how to prepare and present an impromptu speech.
- Extemporaneous Speaking
Get advice on extemporaneous speaking from this Allegheny College site for employees.
- Vocal Variety
This Northern Arizona University site provides advice and exercises for maximizing vocal variety in speech delivery.
- Articulation and Pronunciation
This Rochester University site provides a wealth of information about how sounds are made in human language, including differences in pronunciation and articulation.
- Delivery Styles
This professor's site briefly discusses the relative merits of memorizing, reading a manuscript, or delivering a speech extemporaneously.
- Delivery Dynamics
This Allyn & Bacon site provides a broad range of advice and exercises for improving speech delivery.