Tutu is one of the most outstanding inspirational speakers I’ve ever heard. He has such great presence and just has such a way with the crowd that makes them want to keep listening to him. In his speech, to one young world, he makes you rethink how everybody sees young people today. Not in the bad way that everybody sees us as but in the great ways that nobody sees us as. Well in his speech he uses effective orientation skill which makes this speech outstanding.
Credibility was the first effective orientation skill that Tutu has that I noticed right off the bat. Credibility is having personal experiences, has knowledge or is an expert on a particular subject. Tutu used it when he was talking about one of the experiences he had when went to the came up to him and asked him if he was there when the school opened.
Tutu also uses effective gestures. One of the effective gestures is complementing. Complementing is when gestures add meaning to the verbal message. For example when Tutu talks about drugs, he grabs his head and starts making sounds.
Another effective orientation skill is which is an effective gesture is emphasis. Emphasis is emphasis to what you say by using appropriate gesture. For instance, when he was talking about war he used his hands to get his point across saying that us young people aren’t the ones starting wars.
Repetition is also another form of effective gesture. Repetition is when you use gestures to help you repeat your verbal message. Tutu would always used his hands to point or signal the crowd to remind use about the main point he’s talking about which was how wonderful young people are.
Tutu used effective humor many times in his speech. Humor is knowing when to use it at appropriate times, to make people laugh and smile every once in a while so that they’re entertained. For example, when he talks about...