Cengage Advantage Books: The Speaker’s Compact Handbook (with SpeechBuilderExpress™ and InfoTrac)

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Copyright: 2005-02-01
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
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Using this affordable Thomson Advantage Book's version of THE SPEAKER'S COMPACT HANDBOOK (WITH SPEECHBUILDER EXPRESS AND INFOTRAC) you'll master the skills you need to become an effective public speaker. This textbook's stand-alone chapters make it easier for you to find the information you need. With the InfoTrac College Edition online university library and the online SpeechBuilderExpress speech outlining program to help guide you, have the tools you need to succeed!

Table of Contents

Approaching Public Speaking
Understanding Speaking
Speaking Ethically
Overcoming Fear of Speaking
Tailoring Your Speech to its Context
Analyzing Speech Contexts
Educational Context
Workplace Context
Civic and Political Context
Social and Ceremonial Context
Planning Your Speech
Managing Your Preparation Time
Topic Selection and Analysis
Analyzing Your Audience
Finding and Using Resources
Having a Research Strategy
Finding Print, Internet, and Other Electronic Materials
Interviewing People About Your Topic
Identifying and Recording Evidence
Organizing Your Ideas and Information
Exploring Your Ideas and Potential Points
Choosing Points that Work
Arranging Points
Building Sound Arguments
Getting Your Ideas Across
Developing Informative Strategies
Developing Persuasive Strategies
Presenting Your Reasoning
Using Motivational Appeals
Establishing Credibility
Designing Presentation Aids
Crafting Your Speech
Selecting Your Mode of Delivery
Using Language Effectively
Capturing Attention and Interest
Creating Effective Introductions and Conclusions
Linking Speech Components
Practicing Your Speech
Presenting Your Speech
Achieving Effective Vocal Delivery
Achieving Effective Physical Delivery
Using Your Presentation Aids
Answering Questions
Annotated Sample Outline and Speech
Citation Guidelines
Common Pronunciation Errors and Common Usage Errors
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