The Elements Of Public Speaking

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Description : The Elements of Public Speaking, Seventh Edition provides a comprehensive survey of public speaking and uses integrated coverage of new technology, ethics, culture and gender, and critical thinking. The new edition also includes explanation of the use of presentation software programs to create complete slide shows.


Elements Of Public Speaking

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The Essential Elements Of Public Speaking

Author by : Joseph A. DeVito
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Description : The Essential Elements of Public Speakingis a concise exploration of the ins and outs of public speaking and makes a clear link between theory and practice–all in only twelve chapters. Listening; speech criticism; selecting speech topics, purposes, and theses; audience analysis; using supporting materials and visual aids; organizing, wording, and delivering speeches; informing and persuading audiences; special occasion speeches; and speaking in small groups. Introductory public speaking.


The Elements Of Public Speaking

Author by : Joseph A. DeVito
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Description : Elements of Public Speaking, 7e, provides a highly engaging and comprehensive survey of public speaking in a flexible format adaptable to a variety of classrooms. The major themes of the new edition are its integrated coverage of new technology, inclusion of ethics, emphasis on listening, expanded coverage of culture and gender, and continued coverage of critical thinking.


Elements Of Public Speaking

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Description : It is the purpose of this textbook to present a cleare statement of the elements of speaking via accurately expressed theory and a method of practice.


The Elements Of Speechwriting And Public Speaking

Author by : Jeff Scott Cook
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Description : Tells how to assess an audience, select a topic, compose a speech, develop the skill of persuasion, handle nervousness, work with AV equipment and make use of body language, as well as analyzing sample speeches


Elements Of Public Speaking

Author by : Brenner
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Elements Of Public Speaking

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The Elements Of Great Public Speaking

Author by : J. Lyman Macinnis
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Description : Great speakers aren't just born; they prepare and they practice. THE ELEMENTS OF GREAT PUBLIC SPEAKING takes the fear out of taking the podium, distilling essential techniques and tricks for just about any speaking occasion. Experienced businesspeople, nervous students, best men, and eulogists alike can benefit from the author's simple, direct, and tested advice on everything from body language and word choice to responding to the audience and overcoming stage fright. Because there's no such thing as a boring topic—just boring speakers—ELEMENTS shows how to look, sound, and act like someone worth listening to.Reviews“The go-to guide for anyone about to stand up and say something. . . A practical guide to thumb through before every speech, whether it's your first or 500th.” —USA Today


Elements Of Public Speech

Author by : George L. Marinoff
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Elements Of Public Speaking

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Elements Of Speech Communication

Author by : David M. Jabusch
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Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : Since its inception, The Elements of Speech Communication has been predicated on several beliefs about teaching and learning in communication. Good communication pedagogy combines insights gained from scholarship of all types as well as personal experience. Communication competence cannot be achieved by precept, it is a combination of understanding, sensitivity, skills, and ethical responsibility, and it is developed by a combination of theory, practice, and analysis. People understand and practice communication in many ways, and since the first edition of the book, the field of communication has expanded immensely its offering of useful concepts and ideas. This new edition has been affected by the growing literature in the field and by authors' expanding awareness of possibilities. Many of features that have always given The Elements of Speech Communication its character have been retained, so that the 'feel' of the book is about the same. Every chapter begins with a story or provocative allusion. Relevant photographs add interest and give pause for thought. And, of course, the image shifts, which have been unique to this book from its inception, still challenge students to look at the subject in new ways. To make the text easier the authors have added a complete glossary. A Collegiate Press book


Elements Of Public Speaking

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Elements Of Public Speaking

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Successful Public Speaking

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Icebreaker

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Description : The latest edition of Icebreaker—a practical, hands-on guide to public speaking for those with little or no experience—demonstrates a sequence of nine steps in the speech process: select a general topic, focus your topic, consider your specific purpose, organize your speech, research your topic, create presentation aids, create speech notes, practice, and deliver your speech. A distinctive series of opening questions reflectively introduce a particular public speaking/oral communication element. From the start, the questions cue readers to focus on key concepts and to watch for answers that lie ahead. “Strengthen Your Skills” exercises help readers practice essential components of public speaking. Discussion questions prompt readers to consider practical and personal applications as well as to gauge comprehension. Icebreaker provides a valuable framework for future speakers to become confident and competent.


Elements Of Public Speech

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Essential Elements Of Public Speaking Value Package Includes Myspeechlab With E Book Student Access

Author by : Joseph A. DeVito
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Publisher by : Allyn & Bacon
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Description : A brief, skills-focused, and highly interactive presentation of public speaking that emphasizes the newest research methods and critical listening and thinking. The Essential Elements of Public Speaking is a concise exploration of the ins and outs of public speaking. Emphasizing many of the same aspects that made DeVito's Elements of Public Speaking so popular, the new The Essential Elements of Public Speaking makes a clear link between theory and practice and offers an unparalleled interactive component -- all in only twelve chapters.


Essential Elements Of Public Speaking Books A La Carte Edition

Author by : Joseph A. DeVito
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Publisher by : Pearson
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Description : Covers the essentials of public speaking This popular public speaking text is a concise, yet comprehensive exploration of the basic principles of public speaking, focusing on the essentials that a beginning student needs to know to prepare and deliver a speech. Research methods, critical thinking, and ethics are all emphasized and presented in unique ways. Briefer than many mainstream public speaking texts, The Essential Elements of Public Speaking helps students master key skills as quickly and efficiently as possible. Note; This is the standalone book. "


Confidence In Public Speaking

Author by : Paul Edward Nelson
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The Kama Sutra Of Public Speaking

Author by : Radislav Gandapas
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Description : Does public speaking fill you with dread? Does a room full of expectant people looking up at you on stage turn your stomach? I was once like you, even as a child, I had nightmares about having to recite poems at family parties but, to the great surprise of my friends, I am now the leading public speaker in Russia. I am not one of those glossy personalities born with the gift of effortlessly enchanting an audience; I had to learn how to do it the hard way - studying the best in the business, trying out different approaches and, of course, growing from my mistakes along the way. In this book, I share what I have learnt. In each chapter, I cover the fundamental elements of successful public speaking. Just as the Kama Sutra teaches how to improve relationships between a man and woman, I want to teach you how to improve your relationship with your audience - how to charm them, how to get them on side, how to deal with difficult questions, how to enjoy your time together and of course, how to ensure everyone leaves smiling. My real-world examples cover a range of common public speaking situations and problems, so whether your boss has asked you to give a presentation or your friend has asked you to speak at his wedding, this book will teach you how to build a good repertoire with your audience and how to actually enjoy it.


Public Speaking

Author by : Michael Osborn
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Publisher by : Houghton Mifflin College Division
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Description : With expanded coverage of persuasion, new end-of-chapter exercises, fully integrated technology, and new up-front material designed to get students ready to present right away, the Seventh Edition of Public Speaking is more interactive and student-focused than ever. Centered around three core objectives--preparing students for civic life, respecting the diversity of the audience, and sensitizing students to the ethical impact of their words--the text continues to offer both practical advice for public speaking and an understanding of why such advice works.The Seventh Edition introduces two models of oral communication--the Mechanical Model and the Identification Model--designed to help students better understand the elements that influence oral communication. The Mechanical Model addresses the physical and technical constraints that shape communication, while the Identification Model points out the ethical consequences of oral communication. These concepts are brought to life through examples from real, student, and professional speeches; new Discussion and Application exercises at the end of each chapter; and a variety of boxed features throughout the text. While the trusted content and distinctive features of the text have been maintained, Public Speaking, 7/e, continues to evolve and adapt to changing times and the needs of its student audience.New! Integrated Technology icons in the margins provide instructors with a turnkey solution to technology by pointing students to interactive exercises and resources on the newly updated VideoLab CD-ROM and revamped Online SpeechStudio in Eduspace.New! Stairway to Speech Success Model in Chapter 3, Your First Speech, lays outthe speech development process from start to finish to help students get started on preparing their first presentation. Osborn, Public Speaking, 7/e, is one of the only books to have a full chapter dedicated to the first speech. A student' s first speech can often be one of the most challenging assignments for both the student and instructor since students have to present before learning how to develop and deliver a speech. This chapter helps to facilitate this first assignment.New! Discussion and Application Exercises at the end of each chapter allow students to practice skills in small group settings or on their own. These varied activities can be used in-class to promote discussion or assigned as homework.New! Chapter on Communication Anxiety (Chapter 2) addresses this important subject when your students need it most--as they are preparing to give their first presentation. This chapter flows well into Chapter 3, Your First Speech.New! PowerPoint Tutorial at the end of Chapter 11 offers instructions (including screenshots) on how to operate PowerPoint and how to use PowerPoint as an element of a presentation.Enhanced coverage of Persuasion--Chapters 15 and 16 have been restructured to provide a clearer, more ethically defensible discussion of persuasion. In addition to expanded coverage on ethics and forms of proof, the concept of argumentative persuasion has been developed to emphasize the ethical importance of reasoning in areas such as the formation of public policy. Also, a new section on Listening to Persuasive Speeches addresses both how to be a thoughtful, active listener, and how--as a speaker--to anticipate and respond to questions from listeners. Chapter 16also introduces the Toulmin model of proofs to help students grasp how to make reasoning work productively in persuasive efforts.Updated InterConnections.LearnMore boxes connect students with sources of additional information on the Internet. These boxes have been updated and added throughout the text.Updated Ethics Alert! boxes highlight ethical concerns or issues as they arise in the context of content, rather than confining the subject to a chapter on its own. The authors believe that isolating ethics in a separate chapter diminishes the importance of ethics in public address. These boxes have been updated and added throughout the text.Annotated Sample Student Speeches illustrate how the theories and principles discussed apply in real life. The Seventh Edition uses more real-life examples of student speeches than any other text on the market.Updated Speaker' s Notes provide students with useful suggestions for improving their presentations, and reinforce key principles and concepts.


Public Speaking

Author by : Charles S. Mudd
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Publisher by : Waveland PressInc
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Description : This book's goal is to prepare students for the demands of the speaking situations they will face throughout life.


Public Speaking And The New Oratory

Author by : Fiona Rossette-Crake
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book provides a research-led guide to public speaking in English, using the foundations of applied linguistics research to analyse elements of spoken presentation, including content, form, persona and audience interaction. The author also introduces and analyses case studies of what she calls 'the New Oratory', examining such modern speaking formats as the three-minute-thesis presentation, the investor pitch and TED talks, making this book a cutting-edge exploration of how public speaking is conducted in an increasingly digitalised world. It provides essential advice for non-native English speakers and speakers of English as a Second Language (ESL) whose work or study requires them to present in English, but will also be of interest to students and scholars of applied linguistics and business communication.


The Art Of Public Speaking

Author by : Stephen E Lucas
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Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Companies
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Description : The leading text in public speaking, The Art of Public Speaking is successful because it works well for both students and instructors. Instructors rely on its careful explanations, its reinforcing examples, and its attention to the basics that help their tentative students become competent speakers. Instructors have also come to rely on the most comprehensive package of support materials available with any text on public speaking. For students, the book brings the art of public speaking to life by providing a steady stream of vivid and illustrative examples and by patiently teaching the theory and practice of rhetoric by well-chosen examples.