Workbook for Public Speaking

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Jun 1, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 344 pages
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Workbook for Public Speaking is full of activities and assignments to help your students become better public speakers. Each unit in the workbook coincides with a particular public speaking topic and provides helpful information and exercises. Workbook for Public Speaking may be used as a primary or supplementary tool for your public speaking course.

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Contents

Introduction to a LearnerCentered
2
Pre
9
Creating Communication Models
17
Managing Anxiety and Developing
31
Student Essay 1
37
Behaviors and Attitudes That Make You Look
43
The Process of Preparing a Speech
49
Understanding Ethical
55
A Method of Organization
151
Scrambled Outline Exercise
157
Preparing Introductions
171
Introduction and Conclusion for Persuasive Speech
177
Using Language
185
Using Colorful and Vivid Language
191
Preparing Informative
193
Informative Outline 4
235

What is Plagiarism?
61
Determining Appropriate Ethical Speech Topics
67
Selecting Topics
87
Understanding the Similarities and Differences
93
Persuasive
99
Problematic Development of Ideas and Supporting
106
Drunk Driving Speech for Analysis of Supporting
112
Logical Appeals and Sound Reasoning
118
An Exercise
127
An Exercise
133
An Exercise
139
Using Presentational Aids 215
143
Organizing and Outlining
145
Comparison of Two Persuasive Formats
242
Persuasive
248
Persuasive Outline 4
255
An Exercise
261
A Ceremonial Speech
271
SelfEvaluation
282
Demonstration or Visual
289
Informative Speech
295
Statement of Reasons Method
303
Persuasive Speech
309
Outside Speech Critique Assignment
315
Methods of Presentation 198
329
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