Prof. A. MALKI
|Outline | | | | | | | | | | | | | |I. Introduction | | |II. Understanding stage fright | | | |A. What is stage fright? | | | |B. Why do we have stage fright? | | | | |1. Self-confidence and self-image | | | | |2. Introvert or extrovert? | | | | |3. The fear of being judged | | | | |4. Education and environment | | | |C. What are stage fright symptoms? | | | | |1. The ball in the throat | | | | |2. Heart panic | | | | |3. Sweat streams! | | | | |4. The stomach | | | | |5. Like a phantom | | | | |6. Intense reddening | | | | |7. Shaking like a leaf | | | | |8. Difficulty of breathing | | |III. My own approach | | | |A. Analysis of the questionnaire | | | | |1. Individual analysis of the questions | | | | |2. General analysis of the questionnaire | | | |B. Personal experience and observations | | |IV. Conclusion | |
Fear is a natural human reaction to situations involving public speaking. This latter is a source of stress for everyone. Our past speech experiences have made us so acquainted with stage fright that we would like to avoid being exposed to this anxiety, but this is hard to do. We cannot definitively get rid of stage fright, but we can only try to deal...
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