How To Cope Up With Stage Fear In Your Child

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How To Cope Up With Stage Fear In Your Child

Swapna Nair Education and Career Counsellor


Sep 25, 2018 | 3 : 00 PM to 4 : 00 PM

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my child weeps sometimes and his legs tremble how to react

my child weeps sometimes and his legs tremble how to react

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It is normal. so do not worry. 2018-09-25 15:12:26
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It is the most common worry or fear even among adults 2018-09-25 15:12:41
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Do not criticse, tease or nag. 2018-09-25 15:13:02
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Some children are naturally or sensitive. They will need more time and more preparation. Mentally prep them up. Make them understand what they are talking or reciting. Practise at least 27 times at home. Practise in every corner of your house, in front of as many members including pets and especially in front of mirrors. Consistent practise alone helps. Failure is ok- this should be your mantra. Your child should not be afraid to fail. No one is perfect. It is ok to make mistakes. Regular participation will help in overcoming mistakes. Hence participation is most important. Winning is secondary. Hence appreciate your child’s efforts when he/she participates. Cheer them up and motivate. 2018-09-25 15:13:22
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Teach them not to look into the eyes of the audience. They have to look in all directions and especially at the judges. But their gaze should not linger as other children can make faces or distract. Posture- Stand at ease position is the best for nervous children. Stand feet apart and hands at the back. This will prevent them from standing on one feet, hands rubbing against the shorts or shirt etc. If they have to use gestures then guide them accordingly. Modulation- Teach them to adjust the mike and take one step away. If they forget ask them to sweetly smile at the audience and conclude with a Thank you 2018-09-25 15:13:40
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If parents are relaxed about this , the children will also become relaxed. One day before: eat a healthy dinner- no oily or heavy food. Avoid fizzy drinks and junk food. Practise with your child. Don’t make any last minute changes. Applaud and appreciate. Send them to bed early or on time. Tell them not to worry about the outcome and that they will be loved the same by everyone. On the day- Send them off with a nutritious and light breakfast. Give a hug and a hi-fi to motivate. End of the day- celebrate the participation more than the result. Hug your child if he/she wins. Praise the effort and not the child. Say,’ good job, I saw you practising hard.’ Give a bigger hug if they don’t win and tell that you will practise more for the next competition. 2018-09-25 15:14:00
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How to help my child to remember acts and speeches on stage. She forgets everything

How to help my child to remember acts and speeches on stage. She forgets everything

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Mentally prep them up. Make them understand what they are talking or reciting. Practise at least 27 times at home. Practise in every corner of your house, in front of as many members including pets and especially in front of mirrors. Consistent practise alone helps. 2018-09-25 15:14:43
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Failure is ok- this should be your mantra. Your child should not be afraid to fail. No one is perfect. It is ok to make mistakes. Regular participation will help in overcoming mistakes. Hence participation is most important. Winning is secondary. 2018-09-25 15:15:04
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Tell her that it is very important to know that Only they know what she has prepared so if she skips a line or two it is ok. Confidently carry on. 2018-09-25 15:15:37
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Not very much confident in addressing the mass.

Not very much confident in addressing the mass.

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Do not criticse, tease or nag. Public speaking is one of the greatest fears faced by more than a million people in the world. It means 1 out of 7 will have this in varying degrees. Your child’s self-esteem – it lies in your hands. Are you engaging in positive talk? Are you using encouraging and motivating words? What is the atmosphere at home? Are you comparing your child with friends or siblings? Are you threatening? Instead first Health Drink the self-esteem. Some children are naturally or sensitive. They will need more time and more preparation. 2018-09-25 15:16:10
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Practise at least 27 times at home. Practise in every corner of your house, in front of as many members including pets and especially in front of mirrors. Consistent practise alone helps. Failure is ok- this should be your mantra. Your child should not be afraid to fail. 2018-09-25 15:16:31
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Teach them not to look into the eyes of the audience. They have to look in all directions and especially at the judges. But their gaze should not linger as other children can make faces or distract. Posture- Stand at ease position is the best for nervous children. Stand feet apart and hands at the back. This will prevent them from standing on one feet, hands rubbing against the shorts or shirt etc. If they have to use gestures then guide them accordingly. Modulation- Teach them to adjust the mike and take one step away. If they forget ask them to sweetly smile at the audience and conclude with a Thank you. Tell them that it is very important to know that Only they know what they have prepared so if they skip a line or two it is ok. Confidently carry on 2018-09-25 15:16:47

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