Public Speaking Made Easy
With Public Speaking Made Easy, Judith Rolls has written a book that combines the theoretical with the practical! Students not only learn the ?how to? elements of public speaking, but they also learn strategies to make themselves effective public speakers, addressing questions such as: Why develop public speaking skills? Why learn about your audience before the speech? Why is language style so important? Public Speaking Made Easy uses many examples and actual student quotations that make the subject ?come alive.? It is presented in a clear, succinct, down-to-earth manner - cutting to the quick to help ease student apprehensiveness about the topic. And since it?s packaged with InfoTrac College Edition, students can access 20 years? worth of full-text articles (more than 10 million!) from nearly 4,000 scholarly and popular sources, including Canadian Speeches!
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Four Basic Public Speaking Rules
Fear of Speaking in Public Is Normal
Chapter at a Glance 22 Questions for Thought and Discussion 23
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