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Source: Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University – Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University – Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University.
The first stream of students was trained in the program “Speech Techniques in Public Speaking”. This became possible thanks to the cooperation between GITIS and SPbPU. The program started on January 25 in the online format and ended with face-to-face classes on February 2-3 in the research building “Technopolis Polytech”. The course instructor is Vera Kamyshnikova, Head of the Department of Stage Speech at the Russian Institute of Theatrical Art “GITIS”, Professor, Honored Art Worker of the Russian Federation.
The topic of speech techniques in public speaking is very relevant, especially for university teachers. It is important for them not only to capture the attention of the audience, but also to maintain a lively contact and communicate effectively with the younger generation.
The program “Speech Techniques in Public Speaking” allows us to meet representatives of other speech professions. The program “Speech techniques in public speaking” allows us to meet representatives of other speech professions. This is new territory for us and a test of the necessity of such topics for educational organizations. It does not matter who our listener is – an actor or a scientist, an engineer or a manager. In our program we tried to take into account the peculiarities of the modern audience and share our experience of working on voice and speech, as well as the laws of creating a speech image,” Vera Kamyshnikova emphasized.
Teachers underwent speech training, mastered intonation patterns and voice range features, learned to control gestures, facial expressions and speech, and professionally used speech interaction techniques.
The program aroused great interest among polytechnics, and even had to hold a competitive selection for training. Teachers mastered the techniques of acting, learned how to manage the attention of the audience, quickly recover a “tired” voice, cope with stiffness and insecurity,” said the leading specialist. Center for the Development of Additional Education Viktoria Senchugova, SPbPU.
Dmitry Tikhonov, Vice-Rector for Additional and Pre-University Education at SPbPU, noted that one of the priorities of the university’s policy is the development of teachers’ competencies. Therefore, it is very important to attract the best experts and launch new formats for staff professional development.
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