How to Identify False Statements in a Speech : Theater Lessons

How to Identify False Statements in a Speech : Theater Lessons

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Identifying false statements in a speech is a great way to get a better understanding of both story and character. Identify false statements in a speech with help from a theater and performing arts professional in this free video clip.

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7 Comments

  1. These situations can be applied on someone who knows you, like a friend, neighborhood. For someone you don't know if they do these stuff can be cause by shyness or lack of confidence, instead of being false statement, they should´ve point that at least

  2. i touch my face constantly. are you suggesting that i am lying constantly too? Exploring different avenues of thought, can appear to be contradictory, but is actually the best way to define truth in a matter. when in rome, do as the romans do? Would that make me a roman?

  3. coughing. touching the face, etc can also be a sign of lack of confidence, paranoia and social discomfort. Contradictory statements are sometimes miss judged, for instance, the listen does not quite understand the context and perceives it to be contradiction. Remember, all people are human, and sometimes fail to state important factors, which would make any other part of the statement seem no factual without any evidence of basis.

  4. LOL at all the people that think the other political party is the one telling all the lies, and that their party only ever speaks 100% truth.

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