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Going from Stress to Success Package Gwinnett Technical College

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9781269327206

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1269327208
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8/13/2013
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Pearson Learning Solutions
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Have you wondered how to help your students work through the stressful moments of presenting a speech so that they may truly understand success? Students often enter the public speaking classroom with much reluctance because, let’s face it, they have developed a fear of public speaking.  Going from Stress to Success, written by Penny Joyner Waddell is a clear, informative, and practical approach for teaching students in the fundamentals of speech communications class.  Developed as a workbook,  Going from Stress to Success also includes MySpeechLab which provides everything that instructors and students need to find success to the public speaking classroom.  Whether your course is delivered face-to-face, web-enhanced, hybrid, or online, Going from Stress to Success coupled with MySpeechLab, will help your students to feel confident as they make presentations.  In addition to basic public speaking content, students will also learn how to:

  • Overcome the fear of public speaking
  • Conduct an audience analysis
  • Understand audience and speaker responsibilities
  • Determine the purpose of the speech
  • Construct an effective outline
  • Create useful notes for the speech
  • Create effective visual aids and handouts
  • Conduct research to support the speech
  • Cite sources in the outline and written drafts
  • Verbally cite sources of research within the speech presentation
  • Conduct interviews as a source of research
  • Understand verbal and non-verbal communication skills
  • Deliver the following types of speeches:
      • Introduction Speech
      • Informative Speech
      • Demonstration Speech
      • Persuasion Speech
      • Special Occasion Speech (Ceremonial, Work Related, and Social Event)
      • Group Presentations

Table of Contents

 

1 The Fundamentals of Speech ..................................... 1

Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking ............................................... 4

Audience Analysis ................................................................................... 9

Audience Responsibilities ..................................................................... 15

Listening Skills ........................................................................................ 16

Peer Evaluations ...................................................................................... 21

 

2 Organizing a Speech ............................................................. 25

Goals and Strategies .............................................................................. 29

Constructing an Outline ........................................................................ 45

Why Do You Need an Outline? .............................................................. 45

What Are the Parts of an Outline? ......................................................... 46

How Can You Create an Effective Outline? ......................................... 48

What Can You Use to Link Your Speech Parts Together? .................. 58

What Are the Different Types of Outlines? ........................................... 61

Creating Useful Notes (Delivery Outline) for Your Speech ................. 73

Peer Editing Guidelines ......................................................................... 75

Creating Visual Aids and Handouts ..................................................... 77

 

3 Conducting Research ........................................................... 83

Research Criteria .................................................................................... 86

Methods of Research ............................................................................. 88

Using Interviews as a Source of Research ........................................... 89

Using the Internet .................................................................................. 96

Plagiarism ................................................................................................ 98

Verbally Citing Research ..................................................................... 100

MLA Documentation ........................................................................... 105

 

4 Delivering a Speech ............................................................. 153

Methods of Delivery ............................................................................. 156

Verbal Skills and Non-verbal Skills ..................................................... 159

Rehearsal ............................................................................................... 170

Delivery ................................................................................................. 171

 

5 Types of Speeches .................................................................. 177

Understanding Types of Speeches ..................................................... 180

Introduction Speech ............................................................................. 182

Central Idea Speech ............................................................................. 205

Demonstration Speech......................................................................... 229

Persuasion Speech ............................................................................... 255

Special Occasion Speech ..................................................................... 275

Group Presentation .............................................................................. 296

Glossary .............................................................................................. 329

Photo Credits ................................................................................ 333

 



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