Cue Cards - Useful Tool Or A Hindrance To Public Speaking Success?

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One reason for using cue cards is that it takes emphasis off memorisation and puts it on delivery. Young speakers do not necessary have to memorise their speech but they should be at least very familiar with it so that cue cards become only a backup when their memory lapses. Because of cue cards, junior speakers can concentrate more on areas such as delivery, body language and voice projection. These areas of public speaking are much more important than the ability to memorise a speech, thus explaining why cue cards are used.

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