Often, children find it difficult to elucidate every word and are sometimes unable to articulate well. This is where voice modulation and tonality prove helpful.
Voice Modulation is when you control or adjust your voice. It’s when you choose to go louder or softer, faster or slower, dramatic or emotional. When your kid learns these basics, they can use their voice and tone to communicate their message better. Without voice modulation, your kid would speak in a continuous, monotonous pitch or tone. We all use voice modulation in our daily conversation as well, but the problem is that when we get up in front of an audience, stage fright dries up our throat and makes it hard for us to effectively use our tone and pitch. You won’t want your kids to feel the same, Right? So what's a better time than now. With PlanetSpark, ensure your child learns the know-hows of voice modulation while speaking publicly.
Kids need to be encouraged to unleash their creative expression leading them to communicate in an effective manner. This will transform their entire personality. The ideal age to build communication skills in kids can vary from 4.5 years and above. It is very important to introduce voice training to children at a young age as this is a crucial life skill to be learned.
The greatest of leaders are also some of the best speakers of our times - their ability to speak clearly, compellingly, and charismatically, to leave the audience in awe. People in power like politicians and notable public speakers have been known to make use of voice modulation and even have dedicated speech coaches just to guide them! With the right practice, you can help your kid master the art of voice modulation. Here is how at Planet Spark, we help students to master the art of voice modulation.
1) The Pitch: While delivering a speech, the pitch of your voice plays an important part. Try to lower your voice slightly because due to microphones shrill voices can cause a bit of annoyance.
2) Speak Slowly: Another thing to be kept in mind is to speak slowly while delivering a speech! Speaking slowly helps get your point across to your audience. So remember to speak slowly and clearly, to be heard well.
3) Stress On Certain Words: To add a bit of impact in your speech, it’s advised to stress on certain powerful words. You can even vary the intensity of your voice to add a powerful impact to your speech and grab the attention of your audience.
The use of voice modulation can mean the difference between a crowd-pleasing speech and a boring speech! But, truth be told, modulation isn’t easy. You need to practice, practice, and practice even more, only then is it possible to truly ace it.
At Planet Spark we recognize this and train children to embrace public speaking in an easy and effortless manner.
To nurture an impact voice, we heavily focus on pronunciation and accent training, equipping children with approaches for powerful voice, and voice-over techniques. It opens doors for children to explore various interesting professions like dubbing, radio jockey, video jockey, voice-over artist, compering, mimicking, anchoring, and more. We are constantly evolving to hone the communication skills of kids via our exciting set events, debate competitions, poetry workshops, a lot more.
“There was no better time than in Pandemic to enrol kids in Public Speaking and Voice Modulation sessions. The ongoing engaging workshops and events have helped to keep social interactions intact, helping kids develop essential life skills.” as stated in Planet spark Reviews.