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CHAPTER PAOK I Speech in Everyday Life
Six Basic Principles
Developing Confidence and Poise
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Abraham Lincoln Absent-minded professors Alfred Lord Tennyson Alfred Noyes aloud appeal argument arouse interest audience behavior bodily action body breath Carl Sandburg cause chapter character climax communicate Conclusion conversation covert action cues discussion Edwin Markham effective emotional establish contact Exercises expression extemporaneous speech eyes fact fear force free verse gestures give habits hand hearers hold attention human impulse inflections larynx listen logical Louis Untermeyer means melody memorize ment mental attitude method mind move movements muscles nature negative suggestion outline pauses person persuasive phrases physical platform Poetry posture prepare principles proposition public speaking radio reason reveal rhythm selection sentence situation social speaker spontaneity stage fright stand supraliminal talk teachers thought tion tones topics usually utterance Vachel Lindsay vocal voice walk Walt Whitman Wilbert Snow win response wish words writing