By Dan O'Hair, Rob Stewart, Hannah Rubenstein
A Speaker's Guidebook is the simplest source for public talking within the lecture room, at the activity, and locally. Praised for connecting with scholars who use it (and preserve it!) yr after yr, this tabbed, comb-bound textual content covers all of the issues generally taught within the introductory path and is the easiest-to-use public conversing textual content to be had. In each version, together with this one, hundreds and hundreds of teachers have helped with the ebook specialize in overcoming the elemental demanding situations of the general public talking lecture room.
Print and electronic instruments converge during this variation to assist scholars with each element of the speech development method. a brand new, wonderful number of speech movies, observed by way of questions, version speech ideas whereas the adaptive quizzing software, LearningCurve, creates a personalised studying adventure adjusted to every person.
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Extra resources for A Speaker's Guidebook: Text and Reference (6th Edition)
Indd xlviii LearningCurve adaptive quizzing e-readings 21/10/14 5:01 PM Contents xlix Be Dynamic 399 Make Your Goal Clear 399 c CHECKLIST: Delivering a Successful Speech of Inspiration 400 Close with a Dramatic Ending 400 c ETHICALLY SPEAKING: Tailor Your Message to the Audience and Occasion 400 c SAMPLE VISUALLY ANNOTATED SPEECH: “Love the Process”: A Soccer Star’s Philosophy of Life, Yael Averbuch 401 SPEAKING BEYOND THE SPEECH CLASSROOM SPEAKER’S REFERENCE CHAPTER 28 411 Preparing Online Presentations 418 Apply Your Knowledge of Face-to-Face Speaking 418 Plan for the Unique Demands of Online Delivery 418 Review the Equipment 418 Focus on Vocal Variety 420 Focus on a Conversational Style of Speaking 420 Practice the Presentation 420 Provide Superior Visual Aids 420 Real-Time or Recorded?
Indd xxvii 21/10/14 5:01 PM xxviii Preface Sewell Coulter, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga; Karen D. Covey, New River Community College; Michal Dale, Southwest Missouri State; William F. Ferreira, Houston Community College, Southwest; Eric Fife, College of Charleston; William Fustield, University of Pittsburgh; Kathleen M. Galvin, Northwestern University; Kelby Halone, Clemson University; William J. Jordan, North Carolina State University; Ruth Ann Kinzey, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Lt.
Indd 1 21/10/14 2:37 PM GE T TING STARTED WITH CONFIDENCE (1–34) GET TING STARTED WITH CONFIDENCE SPEAKER’S REFERENCE CHAPTER 1 Becoming a Public Speaker 7 Why Study Public Speaking? indd 2 21/10/14 2:37 PM LearningCurve can help you review! com/speakersguide SPEAKER’S REFERENCE SPEAKER’S REFERENCE GETTING STARTED WITH CONFIDENCE CHAPTER 1 Becoming a Public Speaker Recognize the Many Benefits of Public Speaking • Gain real-life skills that lead to greater confidence and satisfaction. (p. 8) • Advance your professional goals.
A Speaker's Guidebook: Text and Reference (6th Edition) by Dan O'Hair, Rob Stewart, Hannah Rubenstein