Public Speaking: Challenges and Choices

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Bedford/St. Martin's, Jul 15, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 443 pages
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Public Speaking: Challenges and Choices is a dynamic introduction to public speaking that makes a difference: it shows students the value of public speaking skills, builds student confidence, and connects public speaking to the real world. From audience analysis and topic selection to speech organization and delivery techniques, Public Speaking: Challenges and Choices equips today’s students with the basic tools they need to confront the challenges and choices they face at each step of the speechmaking process.

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Rob Stewart is a Microsoft Solutions Specialist for CDW Berbee and has eight years of experience implementing Microsoft s Enterprise Project Management toolset in the private, public, and government sectors. Prior to joining CDW Berbee, he was the Director of Information Technology for a leading software development company based in W. Michigan.

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