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How to introduce oneself and topic in debate?

Asked by priya, 13 Oct '08 12:37 am
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First explain briefly the relevance of the topic of discussion followed by what aspects of the topic you are going to present. Then you give a brief introduction of yourself with emphasis on your expertise in the topic and the relevant portion you plan to explain.
Answered by Arakuzha Ramachandran, 13 Oct '08 07:56 am

 
  
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Your question is very important because it is difficult for many persons to stand up and speak in a gathering of more than one or even to a stranger. This really relates to the communication skill. This skill has two parts one is qualitative which states how to improve and how to be effective. But that is second stage. First stage is when you have this question. The reason for such question is inbuilt hesitation. Hesitation of being disapproved. Hesitation of making mistake and being subject to criticism. The best way to get over it is to make a begining by what Tiku has told here. Try to find out how to introduce yourself in writing, The practice it in front of a mirror in a natural way of talking and not addressing. Please do not try to memorise because you know about yourself just make it connecting with events. Like born where, on which date, from whom (parents), schooling, college, society etc. Then experiment with this practice with those who are near and dear to you so that you ...more
Answered by sudipta, 13 Oct '08 01:40 am

 
  
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Stand up...........smile at evryone.........tell ur point of supporting the debate......n then SHOOOOOOOOOOOOT!
Answered by - t i k u -, 13 Oct '08 12:39 am

 
  
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