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  • Hello, I'm Ray!

    哈囉我是阿滴!

  • Today I'm going to share my tips for public speaking!

    今天我要來跟大家分享我演講的秘訣!

  • It's been a while since we've done an English Corner video,

    那我們今天這一集是久違的 English Corner 喔

  • so in a moment we'll start with the English portion of the video.

    所以待會會是全英文的影片

  • Remember, if you want to watch this video with English subtitles,

    記得如果要看英文字幕的話

  • click the YouTube "CC" button,

    要點 YouTube 的 CC

  • and if you want to watch it with dual English-Chinese subtitles, click the link below to watch it on VoiceTube!

    或者是可以到更多連結去到 VoiceTube 看中英文字幕

  • Yeah, I know.

    對,我知道

  • It’s been quite some time since I did a video completely in English.

    我已經好一陣子沒有做全英文的影片了

  • Last time I remember it was the video about swear words?

    我記得上次的是那個關於髒話的影片?

  • Which was likewhat?

    大概是⋯什麼時候?

  • Five years ago?

    五年前?

  • But anyway I’m back now.

    但不論如何,我回來了

  • I feel like it’s necessary for us

    我覺得我們應該

  • to put out at least one video completely in English per month

    每個月至少發布一部全英文的影片

  • so that you guys can practice your English listening

    讓你們可以練習英文聽力

  • or to see if you've improved.

    或是檢測自己是否有進步

  • So as you can see in the title today,

    所以呢,你可以從今天的標題得知,

  • were talking about giving speeches.

    我們要來討論發表演講。

  • I’ve always thought highly of public speaking.

    我對於公開演說的評價一直都很高

  • And I remember back in the days in high school

    而且我記得在我高中的時候

  • I attended this leadership program in the U.S.

    我在美國參加了一個領袖計劃

  • and I experienced the best speech of my life.

    並且體驗到了我這一生中聽過最棒的演講

  • He was a motivational speaker who was talking about

    那位講者是一位勵志演說家,

  • how we shouldmap out our lives and find our passion.”

    講的是我們該「如何規劃自己的人生並找到熱情所在」

  • Though it’s a pretty generic topic, I know,

    儘管這是個很普遍的主題,我知道

  • but the presentation he put up is pure gold.

    但他演講的技巧無懈可擊

  • He’s vibrant,

    他很有活力,

  • he’s thoughtful,

    他很深思熟慮,

  • he’s inspirational.

    他很有啟發性

  • All those things.

    這一切

  • That’s why when I came back to Taiwan from the camp,

    這也是為什麼當我結束那個領袖營回到台灣後,

  • I decided to join the debate club.

    我便決定要加入辯論社

  • There was no public speaking club,

    那時沒有什麼公共演說社,

  • so I thought, "Oh,

    所以我想「噢,

  • maybe in the debate club I could learn how to speak."

    或許我可以在辯論社中學習如何演說」

  • Fast forward to three years later.

    時間快轉到三年後,

  • I didn’t get to do much public speaking at all,

    我沒有得到什麼公開演說的機會,

  • I spent most of the time studying and researching for a debate,

    我花了大部分的時間在為辯論研究、搜集資料,

  • and when it’s finally my chance to speak,

    並且當我好不容易有機會開口時,

  • I always get interrupted.

    我總是被打斷

  • But I didn’t give up.

    但我並沒有放棄

  • In college, I signed up for a lot of public speaking courses

    上了大學,我選修了很多公共演講的課

  • and I continued to train myself to speak.

    並且我也持續訓練自己的口說

  • I’m always the one volunteering for reports,

    我總是主動要上台報告,

  • and I even got first place in a schoolwide English Speech Contest,

    而且我甚至在校際英語演講比賽中得到了第一名,

  • beating international students.

    打敗了許多國際學生

  • Wait, do I sound like I’m bragging?

    等等,我聽起來像在自誇嗎?

  • So long story short,

    長話短說,

  • I’ve put a lot of work into becoming a good speaker.

    我花了多心力去成為一個好的講者

  • It’s partly the reason why I can be a good YouTuber,

    我能成為一個好的 Youtuber 一部分也是因為這個,

  • because I can express myself logically

    因為我可以有邏輯地闡述我的想法

  • and make you care about what I have to say.

    並讓你在乎我想說些什麼

  • Having said that,

    話說回來,

  • I enjoy going to speeches.

    我很享受參加演講

  • I have in fact went to over eighty speeches

    事實上,我已經參加過八十場以上的演講

  • ever since the start of my YouTube career.

    從我開始我的 Youtuber 職涯後算起

  • Some were in schools,

    有些是在學校,

  • some were in companies,

    有些是在公司,

  • some were for YouTube itself.

    有些則是為了 YouTube 本身

  • I have to say,

    我必須說

  • giving a good speech gives you such a great sense of achievement,

    發表一場好的演講帶來的成就感之大,

  • much more than anything else I’ve ever done.

    遠大於我所做過的任何其他事情

  • Especially when you go off the cuff

    尤其是在你臨時起意

  • and come up with ways to interact with your audience

    想到一些跟觀眾互動的方法

  • and make them laugh.

    並且成功逗他們笑的時候

  • Yeah, that’s some quality freestyling right there.

    對,那是需要一點自由發揮的技巧

  • And though I no longer go to a lot of speeches anymore,

    並且儘管我不再參加很多演講

  • we have 3 videos every week,

    我們仍每週發布三部影片

  • that’s a lot of work, you know.

    那是很龐大的工作量,你知道

  • I still wanted to share with you 3 tips

    我另外想再跟你們分享三個訣竅

  • that will make your speech stand out.

    讓你的演講可以令人眼睛為之一亮

  • The Hook

    「鉤子」

  • With this first tip,

    藉由第一個訣竅,

  • you will learn how to captivate your audience from the first minute.

    你會學到如何從最一開始就成功吸引到觀眾

  • Interested?

    有興趣了嗎?

  • That’s exactly how a hook works.

    這就是「鉤子」發揮作用的方式

  • Instead of saying flat out,

    與其平淡地說出

  • “I’m gonna talk about this this and that.”

    「我接下來要講的是關於這個跟那個」

  • Try to produce a hook.

    試著製造出一個「鉤子」

  • Put your point behind problems people want to solve

    將你要陳述的要點放在人們會想解決的問題

  • or answers people wish to seek.

    或是人們想尋找的解答後面

  • So use that as an effective hook.

    所以好好應用這個有效的「鉤子」

  • Make people care about the point youre trying to make.

    讓人們去在乎你想闡述的要點

  • That way people get hooked to what you have to say,

    這樣一來,人們就會被你所要說的事情「勾住」

  • and stay attentive until you give them the takeaway.

    並且在你給出結論前都會保持專注

  • The Interaction

    「互動」

  • What a lot of speakers tend to forget

    很多講者常常忘記的

  • is that they need to interact with their audience.

    是他們必須跟台下的觀眾互動

  • A good speech is not like a good lecture.

    一場好的演講不同於好的學術性演說

  • You are not there to spew knowledge onto the listeners.

    你站在台上不是為了灌輸知識給觀眾

  • You are there to make a presentation,

    你是要做一個發表,

  • guide the thought process

    引導思考的過程,

  • and inspire questions and solutions.

    並且啟發各種問題和解決方法

  • So throughout the speech,

    所以在演講的過程中

  • you should plan ways to interact with your audience.

    你必須規劃和觀眾互動的方法

  • It can be through polling,

    可以藉由調查,

  • you can ask a key question.

    你可以問一個關鍵的問題

  • It can be anything to get your audience to take a break from just listening

    也可以是任何能夠讓你的觀眾們在聆聽的過程中暫喘一口氣

  • and interact with you.

    並與你互動的事物

  • Do this and you will find your audience

    做這個,你會發現你的觀眾

  • to be more attentive and focused.

    會更專注且集中

  • The Surprise

    「驚喜」

  • This is the secret guiding principle

    當我在設計我的演講時

  • when I’m designing my speeches.

    會有這條特殊的指導原則

  • I try to give my audience surprises.

    我試著給我的觀眾驚喜

  • I find that things out of the ordinary

    我發現那些異於平常

  • or not to be expected creates a comedy effect.

    或是出乎意料的事物可以創造喜劇性的效果

  • When you poise yourself obviously to say one thing

    當你擺出準備好要講某件事的姿態

  • but then, in the next moment,

    但是卻在下一刻

  • turn entirely to something else.

    完全改變話題的方向

  • That creates surprise.

    這就會帶來驚喜

  • I can even quote Aristotle on this:

    我甚至可以在這裡引用亞里斯多德的名言:

  • The secret to humor is surprise.”

    「幽默的秘密在於驚喜」

  • So next time try creating a surprise for your audience,

    所以下次試著為你的觀眾製造一些驚喜,

  • you will be pleasantly surprised.

    你也會為了他們的反應而感到驚喜

  • So that’s what I’ve got in store for you today.

    所以這就是我今天為你們所準備的

  • My secrets to a good speech.

    發表一場好演講的秘訣

  • Hopefully you can take those up your sleeves

    希望你們能夠將這些秘訣謹記在心

  • and use it when the time comes.

    並在機會來臨的時候好好使用它們

  • Wait, are you still watching?

    等等,你還在看?

  • Okay, good.

    Okay 很好

  • For those of you who want to brush up on your English presentation skills,

    想要提升自己的英文表達能力的人

  • I’ve got something else for you.

    我幫你們準備了別的東西

  • It’s my new course on YOTTA! Woah! Yay!

    那就是我在 YOTTA 上新開的課程!哇!耶!

  • Yeah so long story short,

    長話短說,

  • I recently launched a YOTTA course that’s all about

    我最近在 YOTTA 上面新增了課程

  • taking you through the preparation of an English presentation.

    會帶你一覽英語演說的準備過程

  • So if youre interested,

    所以如果你有興趣的話,

  • go ahead and click on this link to check it out

    點開這個連結看看

  • and I’ll also put the link in the description box.

    而我也會把連結放在資訊欄

  • The whole course is about an hour long,

    整個課程大概一個小時長

  • so I’ll really go in depth into, like,

    所以我會講得很深入,像是

  • the principles, the tips,

    演講的原則、訣竅,

  • and actual things you can say in a presentation.

    還有你可以在實際在演講中講到的東西

  • All that good stuff.

    都是這些好東西

  • It’s great, it’s nice, it’s fantastic, it’s huge.

    這課程很棒、很好、很精彩、很給力

  • I don't know what else I can say about it.

    我不知道我還可以怎麼形容它

  • Just go check it out.

    就去一探究竟吧

  • Yeah, so the reason I finally made another English Corner

    對,所以我之所以會做新的 English Corner 單元

  • is to sell my own product.

    是為了推銷我的產品

  • If you liked the video, please give it a like

    喜歡這個影片的話請幫我按個讚

  • and share it with classmates that you think would benefit from these tips!

    然後分享給你那些可能會需要英文簡報的同學們

  • Remember that I put out new videos every Monday and Thursday

    記得我們每個禮拜晚上一、四的九點

  • at 9:00 pm!

    準時發佈新影片

  • Thanks for watching as always,

    謝謝收看

  • and I’ll catch you guys next time.

    我們下次見

  • See ya~~~

    掰掰~~

Hello, I'm Ray!

哈囉我是阿滴!

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